The limited edition of 99 pieces, Rado releases the True Thinline Skeleton releases a watch dedicated to their Swiss heritage. The watch is engineered from polished black high-tech ceramic and has a slim silhouette measuring seven millimeters.
Under a black dial with stylized semicircle cutouts, the ultra-slim decorated Swiss movement powering the True Thinline Skeleton takes center stage. The black movement is decorated with 21 crimson jewels. The watch is super lightweight but very structured.
In 1917 in the town of Lengnau, Switzerland, brothers Fitz, Ernst and Werner Schlup opened the Schlup & Co. clockwork factory. 40 years later, it became Rado Uhren AG and the first watch collection was launched under this name. Inventors and masters of creativity adapt technologies from other fields for watchmaking purposes. “If we can imagine it, we can make it, and if we can make it, we will.”