E-Ink Watch Is Less Than 1MM Thick
This stainless steal timepiece is the next step in the future of wearable technology.
How thin is the thinnest watch in the world? Just 0.80mm. Or at least it will be once Chicago based company, Central Standard Timing, funds and finishes the manufacturing stage of their debut product: the CST-01.
Central Standard Timing was founded by Dave Vondle and Jerry O'Leary, both also work as designers for the IDEO, the international design and innovation firm. According a company press release:
Central Standard Timing created a watch that uses materials, technologies and processes new to the wristwatch industry and showcases the most innovative qualities of E Ink SURF segmented displays; ultra thinness, readability, ruggedness, flexibility, and low power.