This is an automatic Rado classic, the True Open Heart. No, it’s not a chronometer. The dial looks complex with its partial skeletonization. The circular windows do not frame the additional scales and hands, but only expose the moving parts of the movement, the balance spring and the platinum itself. This is how the technical workings of the watch became a stand-alone jewel.
You can choose between three different colors for the bracelet and case, made of lightweight and durable high-tech plasma ceramic. The palette is stark: anthracite black, chocolate and steel gray. In the latter case, despite the very classic case and bracelet designs, the novelty looks extremely futuristic.