Making a dive watch from a ceramic material is interesting, because most dive watches with 300m of resistance are steel.
In reality there is some metal within the High Tech Ceramic material that Rado use, which obviously reduces the natural brittleness that pure ceramics often have.
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OK, more about the new dive models then;
It features a 43mm case width, sapphire crystal of course, stands over 14mm high on the wrist and has the R763 auto movement (ETA base) with 80 hours of reserve inside.
We love the deep dish dial, with its punchy graphics and bold touches of lume. It has the sort of simplicity that a dive watch demands, plus there are six different colour options if you want something to wear every day.
There’s a nice blue dial variant, and the camo greeny-beige one with matching bracelet is definitely different. It also costs a bit more than the base £2750 price for the plain black model.