Rado origonal diver

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    Rado origonal diver

    I have seen one of these and they look interesting. Has anyone had experiance with this watch and is it a "keeper"? I'm tempted to give one a try.

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    Re: Rado origonal diver

    Quote Originally Posted by Mark McK View Post
    I have seen one of these and they look interesting. Has anyone had experiance with this watch and is it a "keeper"? I'm tempted to give one a try.
    I handled one at an AD, as I had the same thoughts as you. What really turned me off was the bezel crown action. It's a screw-down crown, and when you screw it down, the bezel moves. I never could get it to sync w/ the minute hand, as it just kept moving a few minutes when trying to screw down the crown. After that, I never gave that watch a second thought.
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    Re: Rado origonal diver

    Ty, Feedback much appreciated. Regards, Mark

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