Saturday, January 16, 2016

Rado True Thinline Skeleton

Swiss watchmaker Rado unveils the True Thinline Skeleton, a striking limited edition timepiece for mechanical watch lovers who demand the comfort and beauty of cutting-edge design and materials.
Limited to an exclusive run of 99 individually marked pieces, the True Thinline Skeleton is engineered from polished black high-tech ceramic and boasts a slim silhouette measuring just 7 mm. This is a timepiece that isn’t afraid to show you what it’s made of, with a sapphire crystal front and back giving a clear view of the pulsating mechanics inside.
Under a black dial with stylized semicircle cut-outs, the ultra-slim decorated Swiss movement powering the True Thinline Skeleton offers stunning views.
A black beauty adorned with 21 crimson jewels, the amazingly thin movement throbs and oscillates, putting on a show in its slim high-tech ceramic case.
A piece of wearable technology and craftsmanship, the True Thinline Skeleton has the same appeal as Rado’s other high-tech ceramic timepieces – namely, being both lightweight and incredibly hard, and boasting impressive scratch resistance while offering unparalleled comfort and good looks.
Technical details
Model: Rado True Thinline Skeleton
Ref. 656.0971.3.015 

Movement
11 ½ ETA 2892-S2, automatic, 21 jewels, 2 hands, 42 hours power reserve, black PVD decoration

Case 
Polished black high-tech ceramic case
Sandblasted black PVD coated titanium case back with sapphire crystal
Stainless steel crown with black ceramic cap
Curved sapphire crystal with antireflective coating
Water-resistant to 3 bar (30m)
Special engraving on case back: LIMITED EDITION ONE OUT OF 99

Dial 
Black, rhodium coloured applied indexes
Moving anchor symbol
Silver coloured printed minute track, Rado and Automatic logos
Hands: silver coloured

Bracelet
3-row polished black high-tech ceramic
Titanium 3-fold buckle

Dimensions
40.0 x 44.6 x 7.8 (WxLxH in mm)

Packaging
Environment standard packaging
Special edition certificate

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