The Speedmaster is the only thing we took to the Moon that had no modification whatsoever Ė it was right off the shelf. Whatís interesting about my first one is that itís beat up, itís never been cleaned, itís never been repaired and to this day I can take that watch and wind it and it keeps time as well as the day I got it. And Iíve walked in space with it for two and a half hours and worn it on the Moon for over three days.
Wow, that's kinda cool, but a $100k for a phone? Looking at how my phones hold up after a little time, not to sure about this one.
Phones are horribly outdated after three years so I wouldn't be willing to spend anymore than I have to for a decent smart phone.
I've always wondered if they could toss a rotor in there to keep it charged up while I'm walking around.
(Although, I suppose you could strap your phone to some part of your body that gets a little more motion...)
Last edited by lysanderxiii; January 2nd, 2013 at 18:36.
familiaritas parit contemptum; raritate admiratione wins.- Lucius Apuleius
est necessry, accurate ad secundo? - Lysander magna
iustum est horologium - Obscurus Genius
if i m the kind of guy who will buy a mechanical phone for for a 100 grand.....
i wouldnt be in WUS.
I like my money right where I can see it: strapped to my wrist.
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