Price "TBD" on this one, but another further down the page carries a bargaintastic £624,000 price tag. I can never remember why I don't usually look at this section of the mag in any detail....
So this one incorporates "a mechanical g-force sensor..which features a scale denoting whether the g-level is safe or "critical".
1. Is this for the ambulance crews then? "I have no idea what happened to this dude...ah - hang on Bill - looks like cause of death was critical g-loading. Case closed. Now.... lets slip this off his wrist, just for a moment....".
2. Would some sort of scale reading in between "safe" and "critical" be of more use to the wearer? Like "almost critical", or "ooh - almost a goner there!".
3. As it sits on your wrist (probably in your safe/vault most of the time actually), how do you stop it simply measuring the maximum G your hand is subjected to during sawing?
Otherwise, I'm sure it is a very useful feature.
Updated February 6, 2013 at 11:26 AM