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RADO DIAMASTER PETITE SECONDE COSC

26 March 2018

The ‘Master of Materials’ label is one of which Rado is incredibly proud, and the quest for innovative combinations of materials continues as it strives to constantly chart new territory. Only Rado has thought to combine scratch-resistant and durable plasma high-tech ceramic with a material known for its elasticity: silicon. It is this natural, light and hard-wearing material placed at the heart of the new DiaMaster Petite Seconde in the form of the hairspring that has helped this new model achieve its enviable COSC certification for precision. Obtaining COSC certification requires a movement to deviate less than -4/+6 seconds over a 24-hour period, a feat so rare it is only awarded to around 6% of Swiss-made timepieces. The silicon hairspring means the Petite Seconde automatic movement maintains the utmost precision. Not only is this watch in the top 6% of Swiss timepieces, it is also a watch that is guaranteed to stand out for its classic good looks. Featuring the typical clean, rounded 43 mm DiaMaster case and the open, clear and readable dial the line is known for, this is pure Rado. Topped off with metallic detailing and a soft leather crocodile print strap, in 2018 the DiaMaster Petite Seconde COSC is precisely what watch fans have been waiting for.

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True designer collaboration with Evgenia Miro

19 March 2019

At an exclusive event in Moscow recently, we presented our very latest designer collaboration with award-winning Russian artist and designer Evgenia Miro. Following in the footsteps of British designer Bethan Gray and Spanish designer Inma Bermudez, Evgenia has applied her unique vision and philosophy of time to the Rado True Thinline.

Rado Star Prize Spain 2019 Winners

13 February 2019

Rado is very proud to announce the winner of the 2019 Rado Star Prize Spain. Miguel Giner was selected as the winner of the Judges’ Prize from the eight finalists.

Miguel’s project, Vajilla Petra, was chosen for its innovation in production processes, and for creating a new and genuine language with such an ancestral material as porcelain. The Public Prize winner was Javier Martín Pérez, with his project Coaxial Theorem for Apollonian Objects.

 

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