sorry, but your expensive watch analogy sucks..downunder wrote:Thanks for the time and effort in comparing the two.
Im not disturbed by this. Its fun device either one you purchase. If interested in exact science of measurements I would suggest to get a surveying equipment or talk to NASA:)
Oh, and don't buy expensive watches coz they can run late Who would have thought. Continue the line .....
most vintage watches are ~99.98% accurate for the tasks they are designed for:
so if you want to measure a rather short race with your grandpa's watch the biggest source of error will come from your reaction times..
best expectation for Woo is currently 90-95% consistency (with most people arguing that it's much less), and Xensr seems to fall around 70-80%.. so on my scale of things - they are expensive, but far from watches..