I drove in a parking garage today, and the stupid bitch who drove a big SUV decided to turn the wrong way down the midway straight into my road and I had to slam my horn (while I slammed my brakes) To avoid an impact. The clock was on my arm with which I threw my horn, and during a heated exchange with his dumpy girlfriend hanging out of the passenger side, I received a warning on my watch that it had "detected a fall". My time asked me to press one of two icons, "I'm ok" or "Send a SOS." I pushed "I'm fine" and it asked me again if I was fine, and I pressed "I have the good" icon a second time. This technology works. It is fantastic. I understood why I received this message because the impact of my hand on the horn was quite significant, as if I were falling off a bike and putting my hand on the pavement. My Apple Watch now seems to be well worth the money for security, in case I fall and need emergency services. My only question is this: If I can't hit the "I'm ok" or "SOS" icon, there is a time limit that the clock will detect no pressure, and call emergency services anyway, instead of I not pressing a icon?