SEQUENT introduces the world’s first titanium self-charging smartwatch

Swiss smartwatch brand SEQUENT is revolutionizing the watchmaking space by introducing a self-charging, sustainable, and maintenance-free wearable called the Elektron watch. According to reliable sources, the new watch will be available for preorder on Kickstarter from May 26th, 2021.

For those unaware, SEQUENT Elektron is specifically made for everyday wear and is integrated with solar-powered indices that can glow in low light. The watch is not required to be charged again due to its patented automated micromechanical movement.

The new smartwatch allows for backend health monitoring which includes heart rate tracking, step count, workout monitoring using e-GPS. These features are available on the Oxygen app and can be utilized by both iPhone and Android users.

If reports are to be believed, the smartwatch straps are made using tide ocean material, which is basically plastic waste found in oceans and upcycled into granular material. SEQUENT has sourced sugarcane for packaging and has claimed to plant trees for every watch purchased.

Adrian Buchmann, the founder, and CEO at SEQUENT was quoted saying that the Elektron is a pinnacle in smartwatch innovations. The device shows that sustainability does not require to be ignored while designing, he added.

SEQUENT’s smartwatch collection currently includes three devices, the Elektron, Elektron HR, and Elektron HR VIU, with each comprising of different features. All watches in the collection have a standby time of over two years and are water-resistant for up to 50 meters.

These watches offer precise timekeeping of ±0.3 seconds a day, which is approximately ±0.17 seconds more accurate than traditional mechanical watches, sources claimed.

The Elektron is made up of a Grade 2 titanium case, sapphire glass, black DLC coating, and black matte dial.  The watch straps are available in tide ocean material, leather, or rubber options.

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