How the Apple Watch Ejects Water in Slow Mo – The Slow Mo Guys

How the Apple Watch Ejects Water in Slow Mo – The Slow Mo Guys

Gav goes for a swim and shows off the interesting method in which you can get out of the water and immediately hear your sound alerts on the Apple Watch.
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How the Apple Watch Ejects Water in Slow Mo – The Slow Mo Guys

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68 Responses

  1. The Slow Mo Guys says:

    For those wondering, Dan cannot currently enter the US because of Covid. But he does say hi.

  2. Donskoy Cat says:

    The water coming out looks so beautiful. It could be a phone wallpaper.

  3. Bongo Cat says:

    dives into tub and starts swimming

    me: o..oh….

  4. Rihan Ali Shaikh says:

    Me : *thinking of going to sleep*
    YouTube recommendations :

  5. 570RM says:

    Gav just speaking normally and by himself is surprisingly relaxing

  6. GreatFlamin Zeus says:

    “Oh, I should have done that first!”

  7. John Cusick says:

    that probe lens with camera looks like the motion detector from Alien

  8. MrMoustacheNinja says:

    This was really fascinating. Also love the dan standee and you really dove into a tub 🤣🤣💀👏🏻

  9. Lol I am a robot says:

    I have no idea what this was in my recommend but I am not disappointed

  10. Kinipshun says:

    Apple: “we made a water resistant watch that can remove water from itself” also apple: “we refuse to service a wet watch”

    • Kellison James says:

      Will Mungas you won’t find Apple claim that it’s waterproof anywhere on the Apple website for that very reason. It is water resistant up to 50 meters. The problem is over time electronics become less and less water resistant. If you are concerned about coverage they sell AppleCare for 79$ for 2 years or $3.99 a month for as long as you keep paying monthly. That covers any kind of damage. If an apple watch were to get water damage it would be impossible for Apple to tell how long it had been under water and whether it was used beyond 50 meters. All Apple would be able to see is that it had water damage. This could open them up to massive amounts of fraud at the Genius Bar. People could use it to intentionally damage their watch in order to get a free replacement device. I worked for Fossil and we weren’t allowed to say those watches were waterproof either even though they were rated for 50 meters.

    • Lil Dinkles says:

      TheJosiahTurner he’s talking about like the 5000 macs

    • Jasun Smith says:

      @Kellison James 50 meters or 164 feet is deeper than most divers with proper gear will go. This watch should never fail as a result of water intrusion for nearly all of its users if its claiming this depth.

    • Dhruva Kashyap says:

      Kinipshun afaik no tech brand that I’ve heard of covers water damage on phones

  11. Dennen Yee says:

    I love how he could have just dunked his arm in water, but nope, he’s goes above and beyond

  12. Katie Hough says:

    1:01 one of the best moments of physical comedy I’ve ever witnessed

    Very glad you didn’t break your neck doing it

  13. Mith Khan says:

    You look like the lead character of “Cloudy with a chance of meatball”

  14. Dylan says:

    Gavatar: The last SloMo bender

  15. Mossy says:

    me: sees the 8k option and turns it on
    my computer: sweats nervously

  16. Wafflechubbz says:

    Can everyone just accept how the sounds are really ambient and nice?

  17. Steven Little says:

    When he said “go for a swim” I thought he was just going to throw the watch in water but no

  18. Chase D. H. says:

    Netflix: Are you still watching
    Someone’s Daughter: 2:26

  19. Chef Boyardee says:

    1:02 Thats just about the most commitment I’ve seen in a while.

  20. HatashiLuvsU says:

    I literally SHOUTED when he dove into that tub, oh my god. What a mad lad.

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