18 DEADLY Tech Fails that need to be BANNED.

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  • Mrwhosetheboss
    Mrwhosetheboss  2 महीने पहले +2622

    Yooo, long time no see! Just so you're updated, I've spent the last week in North Carolina, and I've filmed no less than 3 BIG videos that are all dropping this July 🔥
    For more Tech Fails: inclips.net/video/IErvIekMD3U/वीडियो.html

    • Langston Foster
      Langston Foster 17 दिन पहले +1

      Amazing Content!, I love it, By th way, Did you see mr beast?

    • Celebrations Co
      Celebrations Co महीने पहले

      ok

    • Kacper Kubiczek
      Kacper Kubiczek महीने पहले

      Dogebread!

    • No Name
      No Name महीने पहले

      Opera it was recently puted in a antitrust case...

    • BALKAN TUBERS
      BALKAN TUBERS महीने पहले

      Yoo

  • Bryan Price
    Bryan Price 2 महीने पहले +1471

    I had one of those pacemakers. I kept asking about getting it updated, and my cardiologist kept telling me that I didn't need to update it. Evidently the update could stop your heart from beating for a certain amount of time, and they were worried about that with me, since I was (and still am) totally dependent on a machine to keep my heart pumping. It got replaced with a different model pacemaker because the battery was almost gone, so my tech is now updated, finally. :/

    • Luke Games
      Luke Games 8 घंटे पहले

      @MysticAxolotl W

    • Truddie
      Truddie 10 दिन पहले

      @Eclop even better question: why not?

    • CatanaTV
      CatanaTV 14 दिन पहले

      @Bumble Jellybottom ….

    • Idontknow WhoIam
      Idontknow WhoIam 15 दिन पहले

      That sounds like a terrifying experience. It's not just like the fear of any medical procedure of it going bad, it's the fear that random people can hack it and literally kill you out of nowhere that makes it much more terrying than usual cases of medical issues.

    • flamespin20 shorts
      flamespin20 shorts 17 दिन पहले

      @Bumble Jellybottom idk my brother wrote that

  • Pranav Nigam
    Pranav Nigam 2 महीने पहले +600

    Arun: "This product destroyed the entirety of Earth"
    Also Arun: "6 out of 10 fail"

    • Samart7 Prekrashorver
      Samart7 Prekrashorver 6 दिन पहले

      @Kryptic bruh rockstar got sued and banned a lot in countries. That was a massive hit for reputation. How could that not be a fail. Even if rockstar never considered it as a mistake.

    • SleepyOtter 8806
      SleepyOtter 8806 15 दिन पहले

      You see why this fail rating is rigged now?

    • Kryptic
      Kryptic 27 दिन पहले +1

      @BigYoshiYT I know

    • BigYoshiYT
      BigYoshiYT महीने पहले +2

      @Kryptic true but some countries outright banned it because of the gore

    • Kisfoci Kispénz
      Kisfoci Kispénz महीने पहले

      Selfie sticks: 7 out of 10 fail

  • JoeeeeD
    JoeeeeD 2 महीने पहले +77

    Great to see you including a wider variety of stuff in these videos beyond just electronic devices, especially the pharmaceutical industry. If you're going to include banned medications then the top of the list in your next video should be Thalidomide. What it did was absolutely tragic, it was banned decades ago yet people are still suffering and living with severe disabilities to this day. Thousands of families destroyed and lives lost too.

    • Gork Skoal
      Gork Skoal महीने पहले +1

      An easy tie for that Lithium and ketamine for acute depression. Lithium can cause all kinds of awful problems including brain damage. It was based incomplete science, and families desperate to provide reliefe to people suffering from depression.
      The other one that's just as criminal is the massive, massive failure of the diabetese medication and the abject failure of any goverment to keep a private company from raping patience, all because fairly well wide spread condition.

    • Gork Skoal
      Gork Skoal महीने पहले

      YES!!

    • Eduardo Carranza
      Eduardo Carranza महीने पहले

      Oh wow.. Worse than my autism and I thought I had it worse, just glad I'm alive I should be thankful for even being here this day.

    • rued siuu
      rued siuu 2 महीने पहले +4

      I had one of those pacemakers. I kept asking about getting it updated, and my cardiologist kept telling me that I didn't need to update it. Evidently the update could stop your h

  • Kihaka
    Kihaka 2 महीने पहले +22

    There was also another problem with the fit-bit, when some of the straps would irritate your skin and leave a rash and still the company hasn't dealt with it yet.

  • TBUK
    TBUK महीने पहले +7

    10:35
    This is a common misconception. While part of the reason was the battery being too thin, the main issue was a manufacturing defect in the corner of most of the batteries at launch, which was a tiny dent in the top (left?) corner. This would cause the battery to eventually short out, as the dent caused both terminals to eventually touch each other. Most people's phones were exploding while fast charging, which was likely due to the increased power going through the battery, and lithium-ion batteries do not take well to being shorted out like that.
    Edit: Normally defects of that scale would be perfectly fine, and would never cause issues, but they made the battery too thin, meaning it shorted it out easier. Just wanted to clarify that.

  • Dev Wave
    Dev Wave 2 महीने पहले +934

    Samsung: tries to never mention the explosive galaxy, hoping everyone forgets about it
    Arun: releases a video annually mentioning the phone

  • Emmanuel Cox
    Emmanuel Cox 2 महीने पहले +10

    I now know I like this guy. I at first thought I had some type of prejudicial dislike of him maybe because he was too smooth and that goes against my grain but I love this guy because he does seem to care about things and many of them seem not to be regarding how much money he can make off of a ad for a person it seems as his reviews are sincere and these seem not to have to do with what I've seen only from him which is technology I really love the fact that this guy cares about people's safety and he brings up some safety issues which people should be concerned about if they have children especially with the toys and the baby monitors yeah this guy is getting a big a+ from me.

  • Connect it the fan collector
    Connect it the fan collector दिन पहले

    He should do a fail on the SMC fan recalls. Where these fans would burst into flames, even some homes were destroyed because of these fans. What didn’t help was the flammable plastic used on the motor housings

  • the j  🏳️‍🌈⃠
    the j  🏳️‍🌈⃠ 3 दिन पहले

    The Ionic one is really scary. I own a Versa 2 and I'm really hoping for it to not overheat any time soon. Just the thought of your smartwatch putting you in danger just by overheating and having it STRAPPED TO YOUR WRIST terrifies me.

  • gamer661
    gamer661 16 घंटे पहले

    Arun: "This product killed 150 people"
    Also Arun: "8/10 Fail"

  • nkr dinla
    nkr dinla 2 महीने पहले +11

    The treadmill tech reminds me how big of a responsibility a product creator takes upon before thinking to release the product in the market.

    • Bost
      Bost महीने पहले

      @rued siuu What? Did you copy that other guy's comment?

    • rued siuu
      rued siuu 2 महीने पहले +1

      replaced with a different model pacemaker because the battery was almost gone, so my tech is now updated, finally. :/

  • Sugarluxe
    Sugarluxe महीने पहले +5

    To this day my favorite banned iPhone app was the secret tethering app that looked like a basic calculator that allowed you to tether other devices to your internet without going through your carrier and didn't require a jailbreak. My second favorite was the secret app store disguised as a coloring book app that let you download the premium paid apps for free again, without a jailbreak.

    • Sugarluxe
      Sugarluxe 22 दिन पहले

      @Randomodude Dang, I don't remember the coloring book one but the calculator one was called FlashArmyKnife. I had them when I had an iPhone 5S which was my last iPhone before going to Samsung. Imo 5 was the best model

    • Randomodude
      Randomodude 22 दिन पहले

      can you tell the names please?

  • Metal Custard
    Metal Custard महीने पहले +2

    Also with the Boeing case the ceo simply tried to brush it off with pilot error, saying their training wasn’t good enough, and eventually resigning but taking a huge amount of money out of it. Plus Boeing WAS known for their incredible quality, but with wanting to keep up with airbus they rushed orders just leaving mistakes as if they weren’t there leading to even more backlash.

  • Sim z
    Sim z 2 महीने पहले +1

    It's crazy that car manufacturers barely need to test these scenarios. That's scary... I mostly blame the lack of tech-savvy law makers... It's embarrassing how little our government knows about technology...

  • Gaming Moments
    Gaming Moments 2 महीने पहले +827

    So nice to see Arun filming outside more often now. Also the quality of the videos are just getting better.

    • Monkey Robots Inc.
      Monkey Robots Inc. 2 दिन पहले +1

      What's it to you?

    • alpha
      alpha 2 महीने पहले

      9 replys only?

    • Jaime Reyes
      Jaime Reyes 2 महीने पहले

      True

    • TB-TRASH GAMER
      TB-TRASH GAMER 2 महीने पहले +1

      bro i didnrt know u were a tech fan

    • YeeJay
      YeeJay 2 महीने पहले

      @RayRae 559 ay you too huh? Lol

  • cimbakahn
    cimbakahn 14 घंटे पहले

    My thoughts: What a shame! I have always wanted a Tata Nano. Thank goodness i have never had problems with a heating blanket. I remember those lawn darts. You really need to be a very intelligent teenager or an adult to play with those things, because if your not paying attention you can injure yourself or someone else very drastically. They are definitely not for kids.

  • Average Joe
    Average Joe महीने पहले +1

    the face recognition app should be 10/10. just because only government can use it just makes it the deadliest tech danger/fail.

  • Fprodz
    Fprodz दिन पहले

    Just wanted to say that the Tata Nanos mostly caught on fire, because people put a lot of electronics onto the altenators and thats why they caught on fire.

  • Abom Was Here
    Abom Was Here महीने पहले +1

    Imagine being a selfie stick producer and learning your product is being banned in certain places because of the user's stupidity🤦‍♂️

  • May42o
    May42o 2 महीने पहले +3338

    Arun: "This product killed over a hundred people"
    Also Arun: "7 out of 10"

    • Shereen Hussian
      Shereen Hussian 11 दिन पहले

      It severely, SEVERELY injured 100 people and killed one. Still though, should've been higher

    • Weza Joujou
      Weza Joujou 11 दिन पहले

      Ok know it all 🙄

    • SlowMania TrickShots
      SlowMania TrickShots महीने पहले

      @TobyIsAwesome this comment gave me brain damage

    • Top 10 best stuff
      Top 10 best stuff महीने पहले

      @#Best Dad Of The Year 100/10

  • MetaCake
    MetaCake 14 दिन पहले

    I would like you to provide a little more information for the 737, they were both owned by airlines that had very much sub par training histories and mantnece records (Ethiopain Airlines & Lion Air) furthermore, the exact error was called "runaway trim" (trim on a plane is just making the elevator (the rearmost wing) hold a specific angle so the plane will keep its pitch and by result altitude) the 737 max had an auto-trim (seems self explanatory but it trims the airplane automatically so the pilot does not have to) and that had an error when one of the aditude indicators would fail it would be unable to tell the difference between the errored one and any of the others onboard and it would attempt to trim the airplane down to compensate; though a fatail flaw in the system, there is a switch to turn off the auto-trim located directly below the massive manual trim wheel, which mind you is beside the left seat pilots leg (there is another by the right seat as well but not the shutoff for the auto-trim)(left seat is the pilot in command or the guy that should have the most flight time and know the airplane completely in and out). So, to basically the crashes were NOT completely the fault of Boeing but the knowledge of the pilots not knowing their aircraft, yes the error should not have happened in the first place, but the first two reported incidents happened to be by completely inexperienced pilots of that specific plane, which turned out to be very unfortunate for the people in the plane and Boeing.

  • Unicorn Forever
    Unicorn Forever महीने पहले +3

    I've had 2 different Fitbits over the past 5+ years but I've never had a problem with overheating. With my newest one, the Fitbit Sense, I did however have to get a different band than the default one because my skin didn't like it. Also, and this very well could just be a me issue (where my skin or how I'm wearing it is the problem and not the device), the actual device seems to cause a bit of irritation on my skin. Almost like it's drying it out. This could be just me and I do have slight eczema, but this is something I've had to deal with.

    • Rayhan Rizvi
      Rayhan Rizvi 15 दिन पहले

      I can relate. I used to have a versa lite for years until I got my Apple Watch and it was fine, I liked it.

  • Aiden_ Heafield
    Aiden_ Heafield 13 दिन पहले

    For those unaware, the failure of the 737 MAX was due to one faulty sensor controlling an attitude control system called MCAS: Manoeuvring Characteristics Augmentation System. It was designed to pitch the aircraft down when the pitch reading was too high, as a result of extra lift from the new engine placement and lengthened nose of the 737 airframe. So, you know what happens when that sensor flags the pitch as too high continuously….
    Also, pilots were not trained on how to deactivate the MCAS. The crew of the second crash did manage to turn it off, but the dive was unrecoverable, they couldn’t do anything until it was too late…. Thankfully, this isn’t the case anymore.

  • Gio Prox
    Gio Prox महीने पहले +2

    I used to have a fitbit ionic myself, an i have never even felt it get hot at all, it's always been cool to the touch, even under the sun, so it struck me that they had serious overheating issues

  • Coco Loco
    Coco Loco 2 महीने पहले +441

    I remember seeing the Nano all over the place. The problems you mentioned weren't it's only downsides tho, it wasn't the strongest from what I know. This one time, I was going back home from school in the school bus. This nano came in like a snail, rammed into us, our bus drove away and what I saw behind was the car with a dent so big. Like the whole front was curved inward lmao and the lady driving was just flabbergasted

    • Rajneesh Suvarna
      Rajneesh Suvarna 2 महीने पहले

      That dent was big because the Nano has its boot in the front, so its just empty space crumbling. What you missed is that the woman was flabbergasted and not injured.
      Fires in motor vehicles ICE or electric are not unheard of. To quote s study
      "From 2012 - 2021, there has been approximately one Tesla vehicle fire for every 210 million miles traveled. By comparison, data from the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) and U.S. Department of Transportation shows that in the United States there is a vehicle fire for every 19 million miles travelled."
      By that yardstick, 10 fires in Nanos is not cataclysmic. To put things in perspective the Pontiac Fiero had a fire in one of every 400 cars sold.
      The $200,000-plus price tag Lamborghinis Gallardo has had fires reported from all over the world. Certainly more than the Nano and on much lesser numbers sold

    • Coco Loco
      Coco Loco 2 महीने पहले

      @Dog it's not a competition lmao, all cars should generally be safe. From what I know, relatively all Teslas are safe. The ones that caught fire were recalled and replaced and others have a high rating on safety, unlike nano. Not against nano either since it sounds like a better alternative to a bike or a scootie, that is if they fixed the fire thing.

    • Dog
      Dog 2 महीने पहले +1

      10 fires is nothing compared to tesla fires , also taking ur family of 4 is safer on a nano than on a single scooter on bad roads?. Of course u cant expect everything does a bike have AC? Nanos are quite common even now after 10 years in rural areas, owners kids wouldve probably fallen down the hill if they rode to school over a pothole. I am totally greatfull that there is a product that could cater to the needs of some people and save so many lives

    • El Ultimo
      El Ultimo 2 महीने पहले +1

      My question is whether the Nano is potentially more dangerous in an accident than a scooter or Lambretta. The US is "Safety-mad" with mandated car designs, yet still allows motorcycles & scooters.

    • aiden arts
      aiden arts 2 महीने पहले

      Bus is rambrom

  • SPoD
    SPoD महीने पहले +1

    The reason why the 737 max behaved the way it did was because of the better engines.
    See thing is: They were bigger, and didn’t fit at the normal mounting position, so Boeing mounted them higher up.
    Well, that created extra lift, so Boeing created MCAS (Maneuvering Characters Augmentation System) to counteract it, but failed to tell pilots of A) what it did, and B) a rundown of how it works.
    So when pilots tried to control it like a normal plane, by turning it off, the plane shot up and threw itself into an aerodynamic stall, one so bad it was irrecoverable from.
    What really ties this saga together is that Boeing knew the MCAS system was too rushed to function correctly. Several whistleblowers attempted to tell this to the public, but were promptly silenced.

  • ItsFud
    ItsFud 2 महीने पहले +1

    The main cause of the 737 MAX crashes was the MCAS. MCAS stands for Maneuvering Characteristics Augmentation System. Basically if the plane pitches up too much relative to it’s airspeed, MCAS will automatically bring the nose down. Fail number one was that Boeing made it to only work from one angle of attack sensor, so if that one failed there wouldn’t be a backup. Fail number two was that new planes from companies like Airbus and Bombardier were coming out and Boeing needed to get the MAX flying quickly to compete. If a new system was on the plane then all pilots flying it would have to do extra training which would massively delay the launch of the MAX.

  • Casey
    Casey महीने पहले +1

    love ur vids like these, entertaining but "somewhat educational", and u obviously put in effort

  • asmr zonza
    asmr zonza महीने पहले

    About the Boeing: there was a flaw in the coding so basically they used this software to like see if the nose was too high up of the plane to correct it, but the problem was it was only tested in military planes like hornet, so the plane corrected the angle too much and made it dive straight to the ground since the system thought the plane was in danger

  • Sidd
    Sidd 2 महीने पहले +663

    The treadmill tech reminds me how big of a responsibility a product creator takes upon before thinking to release the product in the market.

    • MrSHURIKENCHO
      MrSHURIKENCHO 2 महीने पहले

      Really? It reminds me of how stupid people are. So if a kid goes into the oven and dies they should recall all ovens?

    • wallywallendo
      wallywallendo 2 महीने पहले

      Still bad design, like if your company has some fault you need to change

    • hadhami benaun
      hadhami benaun 2 महीने पहले +1

      yeah love it

    • Netts
      Netts 2 महीने पहले +1

      @Ronin R Did you not watch the video?

    • nor hafiz abd rahim
      nor hafiz abd rahim 2 महीने पहले +5

      It is more like stupid parenting. My job is to deliver and service treadmill, and I always told the owner to keep the safety key away for this exact reason.
      You cant really blame the manufacturers as most modern treadmill has a hydraulic mechanism and wheels to assist folding and moving around. Some models only needs as little as 5lbs of force to fold it. That makes even kids can lift it, even while the treadmill was on.

  • Stevie-Ray
    Stevie-Ray 2 महीने पहले +1

    The problem with fitting touchscreens is going through different menus to adjust or turn something on, which is far more distracting than using a mobile-phone in your vehicle! (Not just a problem limited to Tesla vehicles!)

    • Paul Davidson
      Paul Davidson 27 दिन पहले

      Funny how it's actually not a distraction

  • BagOfNoob
    BagOfNoob महीने पहले

    at one point in time, a bunch of hyundais and kias had engine fires, meaning that they had to recall all of the ones that had that issue. luckily, the manufacturers of hundai and kia cars have came back from that incident very well, because the kia seltos has a good kelly blue book rating

  • nkr dinla
    nkr dinla 2 महीने पहले

    Arun will never let any tech fail be forgotten by history hahah, cant wait for videos in july :)

    • nkr dinla
      nkr dinla महीने पहले

      for rigid lenses just to be able to properly see anything with my right eye.

  • Tinotenda Katemauswa
    Tinotenda Katemauswa 2 महीने पहले

    definitely diving into your videos. Thank you so much for taking the ti to teach us that are green in the field. Have a great day

  • Edward Cullen
    Edward Cullen 2 महीने पहले +463

    Man, I seriously love this series and the fact that you buy these failed products, steps thing up a notch.

    • DragonSteel
      DragonSteel 2 महीने पहले

      Cool just don't tell him fly the jet

    • Aim_bot873
      Aim_bot873 2 महीने पहले

      @Edward Cullen I agree. "decoding what he said is beyond science"

    • Aim_bot873
      Aim_bot873 2 महीने पहले

      I agree. "decoding what he said is beyond science"

    • Edward Cullen
      Edward Cullen 2 महीने पहले

      @Aim_bot873 Yeah. My 69 braincells died trying to decode that sh*t

    • Instagram User
      Instagram User 2 महीने पहले

      I'm better than Mrwhotheboss, My content is better!

  • Marc Henning
    Marc Henning महीने पहले

    My company bought 10 of those Samsungs. On the day we got them a staff member dropped one and the screen broke, the cost to replace it was exorbitant so it got thrown in a drawer. When the recall happened we tried to send it back as well but they wouldn't take it back. So a damaged note lives on in the cupboard never even got charged once.

  • F16ツ Gaming-PUBG MOBILE
    F16ツ Gaming-PUBG MOBILE 26 दिन पहले

    Hey Mike, thanks for the video. I am considering purchasing soft softs for the first ti. Do you have the personal version or the

    • ok
      ok 24 दिन पहले

      Mike?

  • Hi
    Hi महीने पहले

    I love how the selfie stick is more dangerous than a blowing up phone

  • Odiss
    Odiss 15 दिन पहले

    The 737 Max had a good start, as project, with several redundant sensors and a "release" mechanism that would give back the controls of the aircraft to the pilot if commanded (by the pilot) to do so, specially on critical situations, but later problems - and a "hurry" in the project in order to it available asap just ruined the entire project at that time. The redundant sensors, for example, were later on removed (cheaper, maybe), and the same engineers that were working on the project at Boeing's facilities were also "lent" to the FAA, due the lacking of technical workforce at the moment, to act as FAA's sort of inspectors of the project, so a huge conflict of interest and a high pressure on Boeing's engineers, by their bosses, in order to "pass" FAA's tests with "flying" colors.... Then, unfortunately, we had what we had.

  • shohmyoh
    shohmyoh 2 महीने पहले +640

    Both Manhunt games created a bunch of controversy. I think the main reson for Manhunt 2 getting banned and censored was because you were supposed to swing your arms with the Wiimote in a way that was similar to killing someone. I did see some news report and the host looked shocked beyond belief. But then again most NEWS programs show videogames as the most dangerous device in your home.

    • Diablo
      Diablo 16 दिन पहले

      lol I have the completely uncensored version, those dumb news outlets can’t stop me

    • Frogsarelife
      Frogsarelife 26 दिन पहले

      @DENNIS CURTIN almost every rockstar game ever made is rockstar doing that lol, even bully was banned in some countries, which Is about bullying lol

    • Nick Barnett
      Nick Barnett 27 दिन पहले

      @The name's Fidel I think it got banned because some kid in Australia killed someone with an hammer, I written a review saying you can’t blame the game, I played it but didn’t rush out to brutally murder someone 🤷🏽‍♂️ that person is clearly wired up wrong. Like saying ban all gory films because it gives people ideas, load of bollocks. 👍🏼

    • Jay Hovah
      Jay Hovah महीने पहले

      @Kiloneie its decent... But the original on pc is my favorite

    • Gork Skoal
      Gork Skoal महीने पहले +1

      Bingo! My parrents drilled into my head at early age. a good solid notion: it's fine, possibly fun, to be a jerk in a game and leave that where your the jerk. Never ever do in real life. never. Just never. The rule at my house was a hard line: "The only time to cross this line, is pick up a sharp , or loud thing, and to very hurt someone. Their is never that time." (fuck me the fact I can remember that ryme rule---many years latter. I guess it worked But it also meant I could play on a Wii. and kept the good shit to video games where I can be an insuferable asshole.

  • Wolfire
    Wolfire महीने पहले

    I've never commented about a sponsor before but when I got opera, it was a small unknown browser. Now I see a lot of people and famous youtubers with it and it is amazing.

  • 75ur15
    75ur15 2 महीने पहले +1

    @10:30
    Some thoughts, I was given to understand the problem was a defect inside the battery from one factory each go around (2 different defects in 2 different factories was the story every tech person talked about). And I've seen every other phone battery just as crammed into a phone in every other instance mostly without issue.....second, technically it didn't explode, the battery expanded a small amount and caught fire.....not goof but not boom either. (Read battery thermal expansion)

    • luvly ketamine
      luvly ketamine महीने पहले +1

      naw they just rushed the phone and it wasn’t properly tested under quality control, and also wasn’t made properly

  • Jalex The Ink Toon
    Jalex The Ink Toon 2 महीने पहले +2

    Wow, I didn’t expect Tesla to be on this list. 😯 I really like seeing Teslas on the road.

  • Flair258
    Flair258 महीने पहले +1

    The "throw your phone" one could easily break the phone screen, land your phone somewhere it shouldn't be, break something including damaging your skull it it goes high enough, etc

  • Abellia
    Abellia 2 महीने पहले +204

    For the last one - there's a little more about it.
    The problem is that Boeing wanted to rush the plane out and touted the MAX as a direct replacement to the 737, with no additional training needed. However, because of the engine being placed right on the wing instead of under the wing, the thrust would naturally make the 737 MAX nose up more than the 737, so they used software to adjust the flaps automatically, bringing the nose down to emanate the 737. The issue of the crashes was caused by that software misenterpeting incoming data, and automatically taking the plane down regardless of how hard the pilots tried to pitch up.
    All because a competitor was releasing a plane they thought would outcompete the Boeing 737. It's even more of a tragedy than is presented here.
    EDIT: not the flaps, the trim was being adjusted

    • yassen alyasiri
      yassen alyasiri 2 महीने पहले

      Nothing new just ordinary behavior of greedy big corporations.

    • AbhikamaP
      AbhikamaP 2 महीने पहले +2

      @derbagger22 even if they knew the MCAS still bring the airplane down, the black box from Ethiopian airlines shown that the pilots knows how to turn off the MCAS, they did all the steps required written by Boeing itself, still the plane goes down

    • Pranav Kumar
      Pranav Kumar 2 महीने पहले +1

      So,like the HICAS is my late S13 Silva( 4 wheel steering) it made me Reverse hard into my neighbors truck, at low speed things HICAS system turns the opposite direction and at high speed it turns the same direction . This was a car from the 80's! Most people removed the HICAS. It resulted in a Wright off. Moral of the story is : don't over complicate things, I now just drive the new yaris.

    • derbagger22
      derbagger22 2 महीने पहले +2

      The worst part about it was they sold an upgrade to the MCAS that involved more sensors, but wasn't provided for every plane. So when the sensors failed, that was it. The pilots needed to know how to override MCAS and most didn't know it was even there...

  • AS Eukaryotic
    AS Eukaryotic 2 महीने पहले +4

    "This fail allowed people to hack your literal heartbeat!"
    Fail 6/10

    • swizzleen.
      swizzleen. 11 दिन पहले

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      ︎fard “this device come very close to wiping out the entire existence of humanity forever!”
      Arun: 7/10 fail

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      "This device destroyed the entire planet!"
      Also Arun: 5/10 fail

  • Cpt_Katsuragi
    Cpt_Katsuragi 10 दिन पहले

    When the first 737 Max crashed, my cousin, who is a flight attendant, said that it was a huge blow to Boeing and aviation in general. When the second went down, and people started to realize that there was a pattern, everyone at the airline started to freak out. They had just received their first five Max's (five out of 20 they had already bought), and had already flown in one of them. It was prohibited shortly after. Now, after the software correction and proper training, they started using them again, and flies on them regularly, when he's not on a 737-800 or an Embraer.

  • Activesky35
    Activesky35 14 दिन पहले

    Arun: “... but the higher the chances of a concussion when it does come back.”😂

  • TBUK
    TBUK महीने पहले +1

    That poor (Pixel 5a?) that you threw 5.5m into the air. I'm amazed it was perfectly fine, I would expect it to break!

  • rued siuu
    rued siuu 2 महीने पहले +181

    Man, I seriously love this series and the fact that you buy these failed products, steps thing up a notch.

  • toadster123
    toadster123 2 महीने पहले

    It’s crazy with the invo spa blanket last night I was thinking about how good of an idea it would be to choose where ur blanket would heat up and how hot lol

  • Dessalli Dev
    Dessalli Dev 18 दिन पहले

    Hands down tNice tutorials is one of the best tutorials I've seen on any subject, ever! Clear, concise and incredibly informative and easy to follow.

  • Benjamin Rangel
    Benjamin Rangel 2 महीने पहले

    So nice to see Arun filming outside more often now. Also the quality of the videos are just getting better.

  • Julian's 3D Animations
    Julian's 3D Animations 21 दिन पहले +1

    I'm so glad I wear glasses. No one can poke my eyes out with lawn darts. I think the worst was the pacemaker not the plane.

  • Esa Huotari
    Esa Huotari 2 महीने पहले +280

    Arun will never let any tech fail be forgotten by history hahah, cant wait for videos in july :)

  • Pranav Nigam
    Pranav Nigam 2 महीने पहले

    I totally expected that Arun was going to try to make the Note 7 explode lmao

  • Vlogmations
    Vlogmations 11 दिन पहले

    The irony to this: The more healthy the tech, the less safe it is 😂

  • Shadowmaster67
    Shadowmaster67 11 दिन पहले

    I had an Electric Blanket and I remember getting burned WAY to many times, thank god that it was taken off sale 😮‍💨

  • ItsYell0w0range
    ItsYell0w0range महीने पहले

    Arun: *"These fails will keep you up at night"*
    Me watching this at 3am: *huh*

  • tasdourian
    tasdourian 2 महीने पहले +195

    Still loving how you are spending more time on each product in these roundups. Way more fun to watch, thanks!

  • Morticia Heisenberg
    Morticia Heisenberg 2 महीने पहले

    We absolutely loved the Note 7. My phone never got hot and the battery lasted forever, even with heavy use.

  • john roblox playz
    john roblox playz 2 महीने पहले

    As an aviation enthusiasts i find not surprising that the 737 max is deadly

  • Cryptothermia
    Cryptothermia महीने पहले

    Fun Fact about my experience with selfie sticks: My family was on vacation in the summer of 2014. We were at Myrtle Beach, South Carolina and one day we wanted to take a family selfie out in the ocean. My mom pressed a button she believed would take a picture but hit the button that automatically closed the stick. Thus, on my first vacation, my mom's selfie stick dropped her phone in the ocean, breaking it and forcing her to buy a new one while on vacation.

  • OatmealTheeCat
    OatmealTheeCat महीने पहले

    Arun: This phone destroyed the entire universe
    Also Arun: 1/10 fail

  • NAHOM AlphaGeek
    NAHOM AlphaGeek 2 महीने पहले

    Couldn't stop laughing at the electric blanket 😂

  • polycarbonated
    polycarbonated महीने पहले +1

    Nearly every racecar has the "infamous" detaching steering wheel just how easy it comes off and getting used to it

  • Harnish Patel
    Harnish Patel 26 दिन पहले

    incredible possibilities to those who master it. I am almost done with my first track, but there is so much more to discover and learn. TNice tutorials

  • Dtr146
    Dtr146 2 महीने पहले +1

    To my knowledge. There is only two Galaxy Note 7s that have remained with the original firmware from release. They were put into airplane mode and turned off. If they were to be turned on and connected to ANY internet connection. Samsung's servers would break the device.

  • Kasper Jensen
    Kasper Jensen 2 महीने पहले +445

    The Abbott Pacemaker sounds like part of the game "Watchdogs", where you literally have to hack the big bad's pacemaker to kill him... Kinda scary that that actually was a real possibility at some point...

    • Armorpiercerkุ้ง
      Armorpiercerkุ้ง 2 महीने पहले

      @caav56 Profiler specifically hack anything connected to ctOS system, so the pacemaker is definitely internet connected

    • caav56
      caav56 2 महीने पहले

      @Armorpiercerkุ้ง IIRC, in Watchdogs, it isn't. Aiden uses normal RF link to "update" it to force a heart attack.
      Maybe same applies to Hacknet, when you less connect directly to pacemaker and more to the computed that controls the pacemaker.

    • Debarup Chattopadhyay
      Debarup Chattopadhyay 2 महीने पहले

      Dormant lucky quinn

    • hadhami benaun
      hadhami benaun 2 महीने पहले

      yes love ittt

  • daydream605
    daydream605 महीने पहले

    Opera web browser... Used it before chrome, Firefox and always before internet explorer.
    Was also on Android in the early days and introduced tabs for web pages, something the HTC desire sucked at.

  • cpDragon812
    cpDragon812 महीने पहले

    It's nice to see Arun to talk about the case of the MAX, as an aviator i like documentaries, so i appreciate it.

  • cynic5581
    cynic5581 2 महीने पहले +1

    Ahh lawn darts, the adult version of cornhole. I still find it hard not to find cornhole boring af ever since playing lawn darts when I was much younger. Cornhole should be “Lawn Darts by Nerf!”
    The dart wasn’t sharp btw. A lawn dart was about as sharp as your fingertip. They were just heavy. You throw them underhand in a high arch so they hit the ground near vertical. Add alcohol and people not paying attention does have good results…much like when doing that when driving! Can’t ban alcohol though so we keep treating the symptoms.

  • Blake Wolf
    Blake Wolf दिन पहले

    I still have my note 7, none of mine ever blew up or overheated, I was lucky I guess.

  • Sean Rosairo
    Sean Rosairo 2 महीने पहले +277

    For the 737 Max, I think a big reason why it was sped through FAA approval since both the update to the Airbus A320 neo and more importantly, the Airbus A220 which was originally designed, engineered and manufactured by the Canadian company Bombardier as the "Bombardier CS series". These were much more fuel efficient than the Boeing 737 and US airlines such as Delta made huge orders for this advanced aircraft. There seemed to be some backroom deals done by Boeing and the FAA where they first banned the aircraft not for any safety reasons, but because they said the Canadian government helped with investment (Which apparently the US government never does for Boeing and their numerous defence contracts /s). Eventually Airbus partnered with Bombardier and assembles some parts of the plane in their Alabama plant. It's a very well designed plane, and rather than innovate and compete, Boeing tried to weasel their dangerous plane onto the market.
    Airbus saw the value and innovations of the plane and partnered with, and then bought up Bombardier's passenger plane division. (Makes it cheaper to produce now since Airbus has way more buying power than Bombardier)

    • Liam Farrell
      Liam Farrell महीने पहले

      @akbar khan yes, I believe it was on Netflix, and I do agree it was very interesting and informative

    • akbar khan
      akbar khan महीने पहले

      @A Wild Thing yes but airbus didn't do it on purpose.

    • akbar khan
      akbar khan महीने पहले +1

      @Liam Farrell I assume you watched the documentary on netflix? I find it also to be factual.

    • Supreme Bad Racing
      Supreme Bad Racing महीने पहले +1

      The Airbus A320neo was marketed as being almost identical to the A320ceo and it was close enough pilots didn't need to retrain (correct if I'm wrong). At the same time, Boeing was aware the 737 MAX had different handling characteristics due to the placement of the LEAP 1B higher up the wing. But to compete with Airbus, they had to advertise the plane as identical. No additional simulator training was necessary and they only gave an iPad training session I think. MCAS was not mentioned

    • Sean Rosairo
      Sean Rosairo 2 महीने पहले

      @Patfre Those were the old Boeing designs. Ones where engineers called the shots instead of the modern beancounter Boeing

  • Cunicularium
    Cunicularium 18 दिन पहले

    I literally forgot what actual baby monitors were and for some reason thought when he said "baby monitor" it was gonna be a a baby sized monitor 🤣 and was like wait a minute this ain't one of his "Smallest Tech in The World" vids 😂

  • Thomas Reese
    Thomas Reese महीने पहले

    The Tesla 'recall' was simply an automatic over-the-air software update. None of the core car functions are controlled by the screen, so in the rare instance that it freezes, the car is still perfectly drivable

  • PachaJosh
    PachaJosh महीने पहले

    I love airbus way more and I'm glad that the boeing jet made it on the list. I've watched and read so much about it

  • Christopher Finn
    Christopher Finn महीने पहले +1

    It’s so funny how with Theranos it was supposed to be just one drop of blood but when you watch them pull the blood out it looks like at least 30 or 40 drops.

  • JBest9
    JBest9 2 महीने पहले +83

    Ok for the peloton one they actually fixed it. About half a year ago after they started noticing the safety issues, they added a code you had to know in order to even get the treadmill to work. But yeah I could definitely see the treadmill leading to many safety problems still
    Edit: also they made a new model of the treadmill that is still being sold

    • JamesTK
      JamesTK 2 महीने पहले +1

      Even that is a joke since without a subscription the treadmill is a literal boat anchor

  • BOTH FZ LLC
    BOTH FZ LLC 2 महीने पहले +1

    Great - However, we think the Purdue Pharma incident that went on for decades, which finally settled for $12Bln a few months ago - should be the number one "purported" painkiller fail. - "OxyContin"

  • Vaxxed Nezuko
    Vaxxed Nezuko 7 घंटे पहले

    "what's another thing that doesn't mix well with fire hazards?"
    Fire?

  • Nope
    Nope महीने पहले

    Opera is one of the only things I tried out and liked out of sponsorship on youtube(specifically the gx variants)

  • ClannerA01
    ClannerA01 2 महीने पहले

    2:30 is there a better built version of this? Because that looks awesome!

  • DELAS ALAS, Zevastian C.
    DELAS ALAS, Zevastian C. 2 महीने पहले +33

    This is such a good video, Arun. The amount of research, locations, and editing that this video needed is enormous. Thank you for doing this 👌❤️

    • rued siuu
      rued siuu 2 महीने पहले

      I had one of those pacemakers. I kept asking about getting it updated, and my cardiologist kept telling me that I didn't need to update it. Evidently the update could stop your h

  • TrenchV Studios
    TrenchV Studios 2 महीने पहले

    It’s funny how he’s reviewing the products and talking about how they explode and whatnot while casually holding said products in his hand.

  • Norse Viking Æsir
    Norse Viking Æsir महीने पहले

    I've had the same lawn darts for 20 years and we use them all the time. We've never had a single injury.

  • I’M HIDING
    I’M HIDING 2 महीने पहले +2

    Arun: *EXPLODING BABIES*
    Also Arun: 5/10

  • MA45
    MA45 महीने पहले +1

    No wonder apple banned the first app, if a iPhone got trown in the air like 1m it would break in a million pieces.

  • VidHoard
    VidHoard 2 महीने पहले +61

    Such a good video. So detailed for each item, a good slow pace that doesn't bore but also doesn't go too fast... just everything. I'm so glad you heard us and changed a couple things about your videos! I missed these awesome videos.

  • Da very big Boyd
    Da very big Boyd 19 दिन पहले +1

    For the 3rd one I had that for a while until I put it in my back yard and forgot about but every time I used it it worked perfectly

    • Telegram me👉mrarunmaini
      Telegram me👉mrarunmaini  4 दिन पहले

      Thanks for watching and comment. You can message me on the platform above I have a surprise giveaway package for you ❤️❤️🎁

  • Velda Artanti Widyadana
    Velda Artanti Widyadana 2 महीने पहले

    I remember getting a galaxy Note 7 when I was a kid. Ofcourse it was just for games, and I had to share it with my cousin(from my uncle, not the aunt that gave me the phone) and my sister(we all stayed in my grandma's house since my parents are both working, and my cousin needed to socialize more).
    It was my aunt's old phone, and no, it didn't explode. It was just really slow and it couldn't even handle one button push per second. So, they fixed it and we downloaded a bunch of memory consuming games, cause we're kids and we didn't know better. One or two years passed and the phone was as hot as a frying pan every time we tried to play the now low memory games we had installed. Yes just baby bus and the phone became a frying pan. The battery was so bloated that the phone couldn't even fit the casing. Then my grandma got her own phone. And so, we played with her phone instead and put that phone in the cabinet.

  • NtGm 889
    NtGm 889 2 महीने पहले

    This is a great video, but I do not understand the rating system at all.
    "Steering wheel was easy to detach. 3/10"
    "Explosive fire hazard right next to a baby. 5/10"

  • melmanhattan
    melmanhattan महीने पहले

    My family always played lawn darts (still do at reunions) I remember playing with them as a kid and don’t remember any of our family ever getting hurt…. I love them lol

  • rajveer singh
    rajveer singh 2 महीने पहले +99

    The smile Arun had while declaring "Now is when things get fatal". He is the one who would support the terminators, for the tech of it.

    • Bost
      Bost महीने पहले +3

      For real lol.
      "But NOW, is when things get FATAL. 😃😃"

    • rued siuu
      rued siuu 2 महीने पहले

      replaced with a different model pacemaker because the battery was almost gone, so my tech is now updated, finally. :/

  • Rui Latas
    Rui Latas 25 दिन पहले +2

    Gotta say manhunt 2 is a cult classic, and no worse than some games around like" the postal" franchise ones, anyway, good video could have chosen something better to fill that space tho...

  • Boogie Knee
    Boogie Knee 2 महीने पहले

    I was always under the impression that you turn OFF electric blankets once the occupant is IN the bed.
    Selfie stick is just an extension* of the umbrella scenario.
    *pun was a bit obvious

  • Ifedayo Jenyo
    Ifedayo Jenyo 4 दिन पहले

    I really want to make something clear here. I don't know why, but people don't research and find out why the Galaxy Note 7 blew up. I heard from Marques Brownlee (MKBHD) that the faulty battery wasn't Samsung's fault but the company that manufactured it's (the Note 7's) batteries. It turned out that the battery wasn't manufactured properly by the supplier, not Samsung, and that's why all those Note 7's blew up.

  • Mounir Al Abiad
    Mounir Al Abiad 2 महीने पहले

    I’ve been using opera for the past 2 years and it is honestly great

  • Kamal
    Kamal 2 महीने पहले +100

    Hey Aaron, can you sometime compile a list of all the sponsors you've partnered with so far.
    I've seen your video where you mentioned how you decide to partner with a product and I find them actually useful.
    But it's hard to keep a track of all so if you squeeze all of them at one place, that'd be great.

    • S P
      S P 2 महीने पहले +1

      It should be ARUN

    • Mx. Menacing
      Mx. Menacing 2 महीने पहले +1

      Why would he do that?

    • M M
      M M 2 महीने पहले +6

      subtitles spell it like Aaron that why he probably got aruns name wrong

    • Chonky Boi
      Chonky Boi 2 महीने पहले +19

      arun*