New Rado Integral Chronograph

May 13, 2009

The Rado Integral line has now been joined by a new chronograph characterized by simple and spontaneous nature.

The powerful design of the new Rado Integral Chronograph watch is based on linearity. The front part of the case looks like two silver lines that enclose the crystal.

The steel case of the watch incorporates a steel case-back fitted with steel screws, a steel crown and pushers. The case is fully covered by a black metalized sapphire crystal. It featured a domed profile to perfectly match the shape of the wrist, thus providing supreme comfort of wearing.

The case is coupled with a comfortable black calf leather strap. It is fitted with a double-fold steel buckle.

The black dial of the Rado watch is completed with twelve printed white luminous indexes and steel-color hands partially covered by white luminous substance. The dial also features three square, round-edged counters surrounded by a white printed frame.

The timepiece guarantees precision timekeeping, being equipped with an ETA 251.471 quartz chronograph movement.

Enjoy a fine range of highly reliable Rado watches:

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