It is the brand’s first ceramic watch to use an injected monobloc case construction. This new injection moulding technique gave birth to hitherto unseen design possibilities for ceramic watches.
The True Thinline may just be the ultimate Rado timepiece. First introduced to the collection in 2011, these stunning watches are Rado’s slimmest, and the first to feature the ground-breaking monobloc case.
The True Thinline is super-slim and ultra-light, with wearer comfort guaranteed. Though they may look delicate, True Thinline watches are as durable and scratch-resistant as Rado’s other high-tech ceramic models, all designed to stand the test of time.
The True Thinline launched in 2011 is the thinnest ceramic watch that Rado has ever produced.
The True Thinline is a contemporary, monochromatic take on the archetypal wristwatch silhouette. Reduction with respect to volume and weight is the driving force behind this watch design. With a thickness of less than 5 millimetres, it is the thinnest Rado ceramic watch and quite possibly the thinnest high-tech ceramic watch in the world.
It set the stage for a once-in-a-lifetime collaboration with the visionary Swiss-born architect, Le Corbusier in 2019. Nine unique, vivid and vibrant colours from Le Corbusier’s legendary Architectural Polychromy colour theory in high-tech ceramic, True Thinline Les CouleursTM Le Corbusier is testament to Rado’s status as Master of Materials.
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Reimagined for modern wearers, but reliably and distinctively Rado. Made of full high-tech ceramic, the True collection represents Rado’s true style and design substance.Explore collection