Introducing the CST-01, a gadget that’s touted as the world’s thinnest watch. It’s made from a single piece of flexible stainless steel, complete with integrated electronic components. Best of all, the watch’s battery charges in 10 minutes and will last for 15 years. Continue reading for two videos and more information.

According to The Daily Mail, “the CST-01 is powered by an energy-efficient Seiko Epson System on a Chip (SoC). To make the watch ultra-thin it doesn’t have any knobs or buttons. The CST watch is made by the Chicago-based firm Central Standard Timing, and is the brainchild of Dave Vondle.

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