OOPS: BBC Reporters Breaks Unbreakable Phone on Television

This is an example of the perils of televised challenges. This BBC reporter at the CES convention responds to a challenge from a CEO to break the unbreakable phone and proceeds to do so.

The CEO promised that it could be dropped from ten stories or used to hammer a nail.

The water thing is still pretty impressive, particularly for those of us accused of “water damage.” (here.

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8 thoughts on “OOPS: BBC Reporters Breaks Unbreakable Phone on Television”

  1. I seem to remember that unbreakable objects are useful for breaking other things…

  2. The waterproofing idea could be very helpful. A few years ago I was helping a friend move. It had to be the hottest day on record. My friends phone rang, he answered it, and his sweat managed to short out the phone.

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