Rado True Secret24 April 2020
It is an open secret that the art of mechanical watchmaking can have an almost hypnotic effect. The new True Secret reveals why.Read more about Rado True Secret
When James Cook went on a voyage of discovery in the 18th century, there were still many blank areas on the world map. The Rado watch that bears his name also broke new ground when it was launched in 1962 – and today once again invites you to leave familiar territory.
The modern explorer no longer travels with a sextant and telescope; instead, his indispensable equipment usually includes a laptop and smartphone. But even if battery life and reception occasionally leave the urban nomad in the lurch: he does not have to worry about precise timekeeping. Because the Rado Captain Cook Automatic 300m on his wrist is always ready for adventure – not least thanks to its increased water resistance up to 30 bar (300 metres). Its reliable Swiss-made automatic movement is wound by the movements of its wearer. And, thanks to a power reserve of 80 hours, the modern adventurer could choose not to lift a finger for several days without having to reset the watch afterwards. But why should he? After all, life is full of adventure.
Discover the Captain Cook Automatic 300m here.