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Rado True Thinline for top-notch style on and off court

13 July 2017

As an avid supporter of tennis, Rado understands that pursuing an active lifestyle shouldn't have to mean sacrificing style. This is why the brand is expanding its True Thinline collection with two new timepieces suitable for a variety of looks both on and off court.

The Rado True Thinline collection is known for combining a super slim profile with beautiful, scratch resistant high-tech ceramic construction. This sporty duo is no different, measuring in at just 4.9 mm thin and featuring a polished case and bracelet in either white or plasma high-tech ceramic. Blue details round out the sporty-chic look, with blue hands providing a pop of colour on the white model and a deep blue dial contrasting handsomely with the rich grey shine of the plasma piece.

Powered by a movement of just 1 mm, the True Thinline is Rado's thinnest high-tech ceramic timepiece – an accessory that keeps you agile with a barely-there feel on the wrist. Minimalist in design and spirit, the slim timepiece pairs well with légère looks that are both smart and comfortable.

Discover the full True Thinline collection here.

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