|original brand name||Rado|
|feature||screw down back|
|glass material||sapphire crystal||Scratch proof and one of the Hardest substances on earth, highly trusted material with its excellent chemical stability|
|max length||7 inch|
|total item length||36 mm|
|water resistant||30 m|
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The history of Rado began in 1917 in the small Swiss town of Lengnau when the three brothers Fritz, Ernst, and Werner Schlup opened the Schlup & Co. clockwork factory. 40 years later, in 1957, it became Rado Uhren AG and the first watch collection was launched under this name. It was the beginning of an unusual success story. Only the best materials are approved to produce Rado watches. Hardness alone is not enough; innovation, durability and wearer comfort are just as important. In 1986 Rado pioneered the use of high-tech ceramic, a material which meets all of these desires. Since then high-tech ceramic has played a pivotal role in Rado watches. They are durable and extremely versatile; in shiny metallic and matt finishes of various colours shimmering smooth or ornate surfaces can be created.