Thinnest watch in the world, anyone? If your complaint about wristwatches is that they’re too bulky, then we’ve got some good news. The CST-01 is a minimalist’s dream come true, featuring a flexible piece of stainless steel with all the electronic components, eInk screen, and other parts layered on top. You can get a full month of use out of a single charge, which only takes about 10 minutes to pull off anyway. It comes with a handy dandy charger, so no extra parts are needed once you open the box.
Central Standard Timing promises that the CST-01 is “as thin as a credit card” and “weighs less than five pennies.” Best of all, the watch will last 15 years before you ever need to replace the energy source. I’m not even sure I’ve got that long left!
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