Yo, World, I’m happy for you, and I’mma let you finish, but CST-01 is the thinnest watch in the world. We’re not kidding. It weighs 12 grams, which is less than five pennies. It’s 0.80mm thick. Somehow the guys at Central Standard Timing in Chicago managed to cram everything you need for an e-ink watch (screen, micro-energy cell, microcontroller, etc) into a 0.5mm pocket carved into a single piece of stainless steel. It’s so amazingly ridiculous that we’re going to pontificate that Steve Jobs himself would trade in an iPod watch for the CST-01. The only thing you have to worry about is forgetting that you’re wearing the thing because it’s so damn thin.
Piaget Polo ’79 Celebrates 150 Years of Watchmaking
Piaget celebrates its 150th anniversary with the resurrection of a timeless timepiece.