True Thinline Automatic Skeleton Watch from Rado

Nowadays, we can find more and more ultra-thin watch appearing. The famous watchmakers always dare to meet the challenge of manufacturing the ultra-thin watches. In the history of the haunt horology, there are a lot of great thin watches that are sought-after by many enthusiasts.

Back to 2012, the famous Swiss manufacturer, Rado, has create a very iconic thin watch with a skeleton dial. This amazing watch is the True Thinline Automatic Skeleton Watch, a slim ceramic skeleton watch.

Rado is really a Swiss luxury manufacturer of watches since 1957. It’s developed using a quantity of materials not observed in the watchmaking industry before, for example high-tech ceramics and diamonds. All Rado watches include a distinctive design and premium Swiss quality. The organization produces in regards to a 500, 000 watches each year.


This gorgeous True Thinline Skeleton Watch reminds us that beauty is all about not only size. It provides a very slim case with simply 7.8 mm thick. The charming case measures 40 mm x 44.6 mm which is constructed from the best whitened ceramic. The case includes a skinny fixed bezel along with a steel crown having a ceramic cabochon.

Within the world’s slimest ceramic case, there’s ETA 2892-S2 mechanical movement. The 21 jewels movement provides sufficient 42 hrs of power reserve when fully billed.

The True Thinline Automatic Skeleton features a wide open-work dial which discloses a complete look at the automated systems within the watch. To find the best readability, the striking blue hour and minute hands stick out from the whitened dial with applied steel hour markers.

The Rado watch remains safe and secure on sides by sapphire crystals with antireflective films which is very scratch-resistant.

To find the best comfort and easiness of wrist movement, Rado attached this fabulous novelty to some whitened rubber strap, fitted having a whitened ceramic buckle. This watch really combines a lot of amazing elements – the Hi-tech ceramic, skeleton process, and the ultra-thin case. Maybe now it’s not the unique thin watch, not the slimmest watch. However, I have to mention that this Rado True Thinline Automatic Skeleton watch is still a nice piece.

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