CST-01: The World’s Thinnest Watch
As thin as a credit card (0.8mm), the CST-01 concept watch has an e-ink display which charges in 10 minutes and runs for a month.
Central Standard Timing of Chicago Illinois is seeking funds to advance its working prototype of the CST-01, dubbed “The World’s Thinnest Watch” to production.
As thin as a credit card (0.8mm), the CST-01 has an e-ink display which charges in 10 minutes and runs for a month.
In order to make the watch as thin and minimal as possible, there are no buttons or knobs on the watch itself. Charging and setting the time is done on the base station.
The CST-01 is assembled by laminating thin, flexible components into a 0.5mm pocket etched into a single piece of flexible stainless steel.
It is powered by a THINERGY® Micro-Energy Cell (MEC), a revolutionary, solid-state, rechargeable, thin-film micro-energy source from Infinite Power Solutions, Inc.