Rado, a pioneer and leader in luxury ceramic watches, has launched its latest collection of hi-end watch models. The range consists of three models with automatic movement. The Integral High-End is described as infinitely luxurious, the Sintra Jubile Azur is said to be skillfully crafted, while the Sintra XXL Chronometer is defined by its distinctive technical features. Which one do you care for? Read on for more details on each of them….
Integral High-End – This jewel-dominated design is available in three variations using up to 792 diamonds. This model is lightweight and has a titanium safety clasp which is said to be gentle on the skin. The scratch-resistant ceramics add to comfort as they radiate warmth. The dials are decorated with at least four diamonds and are available in lightly brushed silver or pearl shimmering white.
Sintra Jubilé Azur – The azur blue-colored Sintra Jubilé Azur model is described as audacious and feminine with a light, silky ceramic bracelet. It is available in two sizes using up to 102 diamonds. The curved scratch-resistant sapphire crystal glass allows protection for the mother-of-pearl dial set with four white diamonds. Additional diamonds on the bracelet are also available.
Sintra XXL Chronometer – The rose gold coloring of the Sintra XXL Chronometer is designed to provide a visually pleasing interplay with the black ceramic case and bracelet. The case back is made of sapphire crystal set in hi-tech ceramics, through which the rose gold chronometer movement is visible. The hour markings are in rose gold and placed on the edge of the lightly curved sapphire crystal, allowing optical enlargement of the gently barrel-shaped case.