The thinnest, lightest, most compact wrist watch in the world was invented and developed by an American company Central Standard Timing … A device called CST-01 made in the form of a stainless steel bracelet and equipped with an electronic paper display.
This sleek, stylish watch is less than a millimeter thick and weighs a little over 10 grams, so you hardly feel it on your hand. The same cannot be said about large, powerful "/>
In particular, in addition to its tiny weight, the CST-01 boasts battery capacity. It allows the device to work for a whole month on a single charge, which is facilitated by the screen, made using E-Ink technology. Such a screen consumes a negligible amount of energy, and charges in 10 minutes via an external docking station. In the same way, you can configure the 24-hour or 12-hour time display modes and the date format.
The authors of the project estimate that the retail price of the world's thinnest watch will be about $ 170. More information about CST-01 can be found on the website of the design project.