Well, you would really need two of those in perfect sync at start time to 
do the time-dilation measurement. If you want to implement the second one 
you will need a method to compensate for the communication delay when you 
do the measurement in real time. And a really good back support.
However I can volunteer for the first one if someone provides the 
wristwatch and the plane tickets. And I get to keep the wristwacth as a 
memento :D

On Tuesday, January 14, 2020 at 3:45:34 AM UTC-3, gregebert wrote:
> Definitely a must-have if you want to measure your time-dilation on a long 
> airplane flight, or perhaps when climbing a very tall mountain ?

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