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Introducing, The Death Watch

October 10th, 2013 by in Tech with 88 Views

Yes, it is exactly what it sounds like. We may hate to admit it but death is inevitable to humans. Scientists are now claiming that they have come up with an invention capable of unraveling the mystery surrounding the date of death. If their word is anything to go by, with this invention, you will no longer need to worry about when you will die but instead know and prepare for your appointment with death. But how is this possible? As claimed, a newly developed watch can predict your death to the nearest second! This watch is called the Tikker watch.

How It Works.

Those who have used this watch before also call it the death watch. In order for it to accurately predict your death date, the watch spends time asking you a host of questions regarding your medical history. Among the questions asked is whether you drink, smoke or use any other type of drugs. You are also asked if there are instances of diseases such as cancer, diabetes in your family. You will also have to reveal how much exercise you perform and your weight before the watch gives a score. while computing results. The watch then gets your current age and subtracts it from from the results to get your death date.

Tikker Watch 3

The watch the begins counting years, months, weeks, hours, minutes and seconds that you have left by subtracting each second towards that final zero point of death. Tikker Watch also gives you your local time depending on your country. When you have your death date calculated and you wear this watch, you will realize just how much every second and minute really counts.

Who Created The Death Watch

People have invented great machines and discovered many secrets hidden in nature but none has ever thought of calculating the exact date when death occurs. Therefore, who is this who came up with the death watch? Tikker watch was created by Fredrik Colting. Colting thought of inventing such a watch after his grandfather passed away. Whereas you call this watch the ‘death watch’ this Swedish inventor calls it the happiness watch because he believes the watch gives you a chance to make the best of your life and treasure your remaining time.

Tikker Watch 1

How Much Does This Watch Cost?

Perhaps you are now longing to buy the watch and know the day you will die. Hold your horses because the watch is not yet availed to the public. As per the inventor, the watch will be shipped as from April 2014 and will be sold for $59.  The watch comes in black and white colors and it is upon you to choose which color suits your taste. Check out this watch on the stores as from April 2014 and let us know whether you actually died on the day it predicted!

  • MD Golam Rabbani

    Funny post no doubt. But it has a scientific value. It may change people life. I will buy a death watch for me. I personally want to give my thanks to Fredrik Colting. If we can buy it only for $59 then it will be great.

  • Geofrey Bett

    I am yet to believe on the accuracy of this Watch.I think its almost impossible to predict death since there are some unavoidable circumstance such as accidents etc.
    Definitely i am anxiously waiting to seeing this watch and proving its accuracy

    • shtulu

      It estimates your death by natural causes only. Accidents, muggings, tsunamis and bad drivers are unpredictable.

  • Kristen Trott

    People are fascinated by the idea of death. People go to fortune tellers, physics, read horoscopes and believe in the “rapture.” What happened to the world ending on December 21, 2012? What happened to Y2K? It didn’t happen. People just need to understand that everyone will die, why rush it? Why try to predict it? We’ve been unsuccessful in the past so just live you life.

    • shtulu

      Hey, if you KNEW you’d die next year you could spend your last year traveling, maxing your credit cards, partying, and so on. Beats working as an office drone till you go kaput.

      • http://www.interesting6.com/ Michael Six

        I don’t know when I am going to die, but I still max out my credit cards… whoops!

  • liz soliven

    No way. No one can tell! what if you’ve met an accident? does someone got time to see their death watch? lol