We’ve looked at so many watches in the past. Some are meant for rough environments, others are just for show. It’s a common trait among watches to have a watch “face” that protrudes from the wrist band. They tend to be a little on the bulky side because of this, and generally are taken off if you have to sit at a computer all day. If you had a timepiece that was light as air and thin as a credit card, you wouldn’t have to worry about keeping track of it during the day now would you?
The CST-01 is a minimalist watch that is simple, yet refined. All of its components have been placed into a 0.5mm cut out on the surface of 0.80mm thick flexible stainless steel. The display is comprised of E Ink, which means not much energy is needed. It’s powered by a micro energy cell that will be fully charged in ten minutes, and can go for a month before it needs another go. This can be charged 10,000 times over 15 years. You can pick up one for $129, which will also factor in the cost of the base station that charges it.