Rado Golden Horse

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    Rado Golden Horse

    Which would you guys choose? The gold or silver dial? I'm leaning towards gold because I think it looks a bit more refined and blended.


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    Re: Rado Golden Horse

    I would choose the silver dial. If you find an overwhelming amount of these for sale, I would question authenticity.

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    Re: Rado Golden Horse

    The gold face looks good but won't the hands get a bit lost in different light making to hard to read.?

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    Re: Rado Golden Horse

    Quote Originally Posted by v8chrono View Post
    I would choose the silver dial. If you find an overwhelming amount of these for sale, I would question authenticity.
    Yeah I'm going to open the back up and check the movement as soon as I decide on one and receive it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Archiesdad View Post
    The gold face looks good but won't the hands get a bit lost in different light making to hard to read.?
    I didn't think of that before, but it looks like the hands/hour markers are a bit darker than the dial so that they don't get lost in the dial.

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    Re: Rado Golden Horse

    Just pulled the trigger on the gold dial :D

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