Teaming up with renowned industrial designer Konstantin Grcic, Rado updated its well-known, starkly geometric timepiece with a contemporary new look for the current spirit of time. For Baselworld 2017 three new additions to the Ceramica family have arrived and are ready to make a bold impact on the wrist. I invite you to discover these watches with me ...
These three new Ceramicas are ideal for fans of minimalism!
Following the success of the two matt Ceramicas that were unveiled last year, now another model in matt black high-tech ceramic has been added to the collection. For a softer look that is no less visually compelling, two models in grey high-tech ceramic are also available. The polished grey version features the same Super-LumiNova indexes as its matt black counterpart, while the dial of the matt grey version boasts a vertically brushed finished and concave dots that function as indexes.
By the way: This collection marks the first time that automatic movements (= ETA 2671, automatic, 25 jewels, 3 hands, date at 6 o’clock) have been used in the Ceramica family.
Rado pioneered the use of high-tech ceramic. Today seven high-tech ceramic colours – black, white, plasma, grey, brown, green and blue – are featured in Rado's collections. The launch of the grey Ceramica marks the first time that this high-tech ceramic colour has been featured in the Ceramica family.
The size of the case is 30.0 x 41.7 x 12.3 mm, it is waterproof up to 50 meters.