There are many watches on the market that claim to have good fall detection based on acceleration detection. Unfortunately, the reality is different, because it is very difficult to detect a fall. Here are a few examples:
The watch wearer becomes dizzy and slowly slides to the ground; she is still partly propping herself up on a chair
Someone trips over the edge of the carpet and falls to the floor.
The watch wearer slaps the table with his hand.
It is very difficult to detect these falls well. All JAMES B and R models have a fall sensor, but it only works to a limited extent. It can happen that the camber sensor triggers too often or does not trigger because the "impact" was too low. You are welcome to switch the fall sensor on or off via the APP.
The JAMES S model offers a completely different option due to the built-in inactivity sensor. This means that the watch reports an alarm when it reaches a certain time (e.g. 15 minutes - 8 levels are adjustable) is not moved.
At JAMES we are working on better fall detection, but we know from experience that the best safety is achieved when the watch is worn. In the majority of emergency situations (no matter whether it is a fall, fear, imminent danger, etc.). help is just a push of a button away!