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Concord C1 QuantumGravity watch defies reality, shows itself

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We're still trying to wrap our heads around some of the indecipherable verbiage the company has used to describe it, but it looks like Concord's C1 QuantumGravity watch is at last very much real, and one step closer to actually being available (to a very select few). As you can see above, while there's still a few finishing touches remaining, the watch itself is pretty faithful to all those early renders that the company has been teasing us with since January, right down to the magical "fluorescent nanoparticle liquid" that's used to indicate the life remaining in the 3-day power reserve. Those curious about all things mechanical and tiny can also get a look at the complete build process by hitting up the read link below, or simply head on past the break for a video full of much spinning and unnecessary Matrix-style imagery.

[Via Watchluxus]

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