Developed in collaboration with Central Standard Timing and E Ink, the “CST-01” is a 0.80mm thin flexible wristwatch that features an E Ink screen encased in a piece of stainless steel. Laminating different components into a 0.5mm pocket, the flexible wristwatch removes buttons or knobs for a minimal design. Users can set or change the time with an integrated base station. Weighing about 12 grams, the super slim watch runs on a micro energy cell (MEC) that the user can recharge 10,000 times to last over 15 years.
Capable of running for a month on a single charge of 10 minutes, the CST-01 is free from toxic chemicals or heavy metals to make it safer for the users as well as the environment. Claimed to be the world’s thinnest E Ink watch, the trendy E Ink watch is driven by a Seiko Epson Microcontroller to attain the desired battery life and let the user do everything he/she expect from a super slim watch. Worn around the wrist like a bracelet, the CST-01 looks more like a fashionable accessory than a wristwatch.