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    RADO watches...

    Hello,
    I'm not a fashion/designer type of person, but I have wanted a RADO watch for a long time. I finally ordered one today; a chronometer certified model. I've seen them in stores and my model always looked a little garish. Too late now. Anyone else wearing a RADO

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    Re: RADO watches...

    They are a very unique design. I had a few vintage pieces and they were fun to wear. I wouldn't call them a 'fashion brand'...they've been around for some time.

    Congratulations on your purchase and post a few pics when you get it.

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    Re: RADO watches...

    Not really a fashion brand. Make very good quality watches and interesting use of materials.

    I've had this one for nearly three years but it's still in perfect condition because of the use of ceramics
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    And I love this one too. Gorgeous case. Gorgeous crystal
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    Re: RADO watches...

    I think you've posted this in the wrong place as, despite what many people on here might say, Rado is definitely not a 'fashion' brand.

    How can the company that released the first ever scratchproof watch back in 1962 be classed as such?

    Their distinctive styling makes them unique in my opinion and the watches look as good today as when they were brand new.

    Reliable ETA movements just add to their appeal.

    My watch box is almost exclusively Rado these days:

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    A few of my favourites in more detail:

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