I found this Enicar a year or so ago... and fell in love with it's clean lines.
Clearly it does not qualify as the world's thinnest watch... But it is quite thin and makes a wonderful piece for work or social events.
It has one of Enicar's own movements, the 982, which dates it to about 1960.
But one of it's neatest features is the subsecond 'hand'... It's not a hand -- it is a DISK! I have never seen this before... neither had my watchmaker.
This specific movement was serviced right after I acquired it and currently times out as follows:beat error <0.5ms
Amplitude appx 190 degrees
Rates: +/- sec/day
Not bad for a watch almost as old as me