Today I'm wearing a Rado Diamaster Grande Seconde
The Rado Diamaster Grande Seconde is one of the very few Rado watches not to look at first sight like a Rado, I mean a traditional one, but rather like a classic three hands watch with an off centered seconds counter. It is instead an authentic Rado as its case is not made of steel but, in this version, is made from a single piece of plasma high tech ceramic, featuring a see through titanium case back, the automatic caliber ETA 2899 with 42 hours of power reserve and a black rotor in the shape of the brand logo.
This version features a white dial, applied rhodium plated indexes and a folding buckle made of hardened stainless steel. All in all this is actually a classic three hands timepiece way lighter, more sofisticated and far more scratch resistant than any other three hands watch out there, offered in four different variations among which one is made in black ceramic on a black ceramic bracelet.
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Gaetano C. @Horbiter®