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Happy holidays with Rado

13 November 2017

Rado is presenting a quartet of eye-catching timepieces for gents and ladies just in time for the holiday season.

For him, two automatic timepieces from the DiaMaster Power Reserve collection are on offer. The 43 mm wristwatch is crafted in either polished black or plasma high-tech ceramic and features sunray detailing on the dial. The timepiece shines in either black or blue, with the power reserve indicator situated at 9 o' clock. Engineered to last up to 80 hours between wears, this timekeeper is sure to please any gentleman with a flair for the mechanical.

Diamonds and plasma high-tech ceramic combine to spectacular effect on ladies offerings in the DiaMaster and True families. The 30 mm True features twelve diamond indexes that encircle the dial and provide a flash of glamour, while additional beauty and versatility are provided by the deep grey sheen of the plasma high-tech ceramic case and bracelet. The DiaMaster is an opulent option for those who demand more diamonds in their life: It features 49 of the shimmering stones, which form a gleaming off-center ring on the brown dial. An embossed beige calf leather strap fastens the petite 33 mm case to the wrist.

Discover the DiaMaster collection and the True collection.

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