I have two Apple watches - one is an aluminum one that I wear to work, the other is a gold sport that I wear when I get home. This morning, when taking off the gold watch and turning it off, I accidentally pulled the slider for the SOS. It IMMEDIATELY attempted to call emergency services. No confirmation, nothing. When I attempted to cancel the call, the watch froze and wouldn't let me cancel. Luckily, the watch had already disconnected from my phone and the call failed because I was already wearing my other watch. I was freaking out at the prospect of having to explain to the 911 dispatcher that I was fine and my stupid watch made the call. WHY did Apple elect to put the "power off" slider and the "SOS" slider right next to each other? I feel as if it's a recipe for a flood of accidental 911 calls. If it can happen to me, it could happen to anyone. Be careful when powering off your watch, because an ever-so-slight deflection of the finger can make an unwanted call to 911. Hopefully they fix this in an update. Anyone else had this issue?