Rado Gents Hyperchrome Ceramos Stainless Steel Watch
Rounded stainless steel case and links fixed with a stainless steel bezel. A black dial with silver-tone hands and index hour markers. Minute markers around the outer rim. The Rado name appears below the 12 o'clock position and date display appears at the 3 o'clock position. Scratch resistant and water resistant from up to 50 meters.
The history of Rado began in 1917 in the small Swiss town of Lengnau when the three brothers Fritz, Ernst, and Werner Schlup opened the Schlup & Co. clockwork factory. 40 years later, in 1957, it became Rado Uhren AG and the first watch collection was launched under this name. It was the beginning of an unusual success story.
Since the 1980s the use of high-tech ceramic became a well-known brand identifier of Rado watches.The greatest Rado innovation to date, however, has been the development of high-tech diamond for use in watchmaking With a hardness of 10,000 Vickers the Rado V10K is the hardest watch in the world.
Rado watches are not just famous for their premium materials but also for their unique aesthetic qualities. Since 1990 alone Rado has been the proud recipient of numerous international design awards.