Thursday, April 14, 2011

Rado True Thinline Is Thinnest Ceramic Watch

For 2011 Rado - the original brand of the ceramic watch - releases the thinnest ceramic watch ever with the True Thinline collection. Based on the True collection, the Thinline comes in a very thin round case in either black or white ceramic. Basically this is a high-end thin Swatch Skin, in ceramic. That is OK because both are part of the Swatch group. The watch is just 5mm thick. It is also 39mm wide by 43.3mm tall. 5mm in thickness is thinner than it sounds, and this is like wearing a wrist wafer.

Technically unisex, these are more or less women's watches. They come with or without diamonds in the hour indicators and are on while or black rubber straps with a ceramic buckle. The crystal is sapphire and inside the watch is a Swiss ETA quartz movement. My choice is the while model as the hands have the most contrast and I think it fits the thin watch theme the best.

Ariel Adams publishes the wrist watch review site aBlogtoRead.com.

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