Hope There Is A Test Button
Hope there is a test button to, well, test one’s sister because it really isn’t of much use when push comes to shove.
the Lord Almighty will come with thunder and earthquake and great noise, with windstorm and tempest and flames of a devouring fire. (Isaiah 29:6)
enumclaw.com : opinion that counts
(gizmodo.com)—A few concerning questions come to mind after watching the demo video, though. Namely, what happens to someone who isn’t lying perfectly on the mattress when the bed’s “safety” features are activated? When you wake up to an earthquake in progress there’s little chance you’re going to be calm, cool, and collected, and suddenly being sucked into a steel coffin isn’t going to help that. Especially if it closes on a leg you have sticking out.
And how does one move this bed once it’s been installed? If you thought carrying a sofa bed up a couple of flights of stairs was a nightmare, this thing looks like you’ll actually need a crane and permission to remove your building’s roof to get it into your bedroom. It’s doubtful there will be an Ikea version—or at least an Ikea version that doesn’t require welding and an acetylene torch to assemble, instead of just a wrench.