Rado has unveiled a limited edition of the True Thinline Automatic, made using olive green high-tech ceramic.
When it comes to watchmaking, Rado is known to dominate the entire industry as the most innovative when it comes to ceramic watch cases. Reputed for designs that unabashedly celebrate high-tech materials, the brand’s various timepieces also manage to be impeccably light, flat, and elegant all-round. True to its love for new design codes, Rado has recently unveiled a new limited edition of the True Thinline Automatic, made using olive green ceramic. High-tech, lightweight, and scratch-resistant, the timepiece itself offers wearers with a watch that is at once transparent, and highly complex in its mechanisms.
The Material Innovations
Bringing together some of Rado’s most important advancements in materiality, the watch comes housed in a super thin monobloc case, and is presented in a wholly new hue — a colour that has been achieved through an elaborate development process.
The Inner Workings
A closer look at the timepiece, and you’ll see that the bridges and plates of its movement have been created using black anodised aluminium, which is a large part of why it manages to be so lightweight. The term Anima originates from the Latin word for air, breath, and soul, and likewise, the Thinline Anima proudly reveals its core. Extensively skeletonised, wearers get a close look at its inner workings — the same is true of the date window, which rests at 6 o’clock.
To find out more about the Rado Thinline Anima, visit rado.com.