Feb 19, 2013
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Central Standard Timing adds new colors and tells the story of its super-thin E Ink watch
With three days left to go in its Kickstarter campaign, Central Standard Timing’s super-thin E Ink watch has raised nearly five times its original goal. In celebration, the team has gone into detail about how the “world’s thinnest watch” went from a desk clock that could wrap around your wrist for travel to its current form as a curved metal band.

Central Standard Timing adds new colors and tells the story of its super-thin E Ink watch

With three days left to go in its Kickstarter campaign, Central Standard Timing’s super-thin E Ink watch has raised nearly five times its original goal. In celebration, the team has gone into detail about how the “world’s thinnest watch” went from a desk clock that could wrap around your wrist for travel to its current form as a curved metal band.

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    I want one!
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    This is fucking amazing. I want that analog one so bad. Doesn’t look like they’ll manufacture one though. =/
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