Sequent raises $700,000 from funding campaign allowing for updated NASA model


Sequent has already raised over $400,000 from nearly 1,000 customers in the weeks since the Elektron Kickstarter campaign.

Having been a success for the brand, Sequent has been able to make additional updates to its offering.

Because of the funding and in celebration of the initial success, it decided to celebrate by adding the new Space Elektron HR model, which is certified by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA).


Looking at the differences between the Elektron model compared to the current SuperCharger 2.1 model, the Elektron is made of Class 2 Titanium and the new 2.2 mechanism generates more power than the previous mechanisms.

A heart rate sensor is built into the watch, which is also ready to measure blood oxygenation (SP02) and the accuracy of the mechanism has been improved to around 0.3 seconds per day.

The indexes and hands of the Elektron watch will also glow in the dark thanks to the SuperLuminova finish.

With eight days to go and 1,483 existing backers, the Titanium Elektron has reached of its initial $24,000 goal.

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