Rado incepted in 1917, in a small town of Lengnau, by three brothers- Fritz, Ernst, and Werner Schlup. They opened Schlup & Co. Clockwork factory. It became Rado Uhren AG, only after 40 years, and its very first collection was launched during that time, and there and then began the unstoppable journey of fame and success.
An excellent class of engineers, designers, and scientists are working with Rado, to design and produce the exceptional and exquisite watches, and they are succeeding in it. Rado is working with a vision that ‘if you can imagine a thing, you can definitely create it’. With Rado DiaStar, Rado introduced its first scratch-proof watch, in 1962. Since 1980s, it has been using high-tech ceramics that became the well-known identifier for Rado watches, all over the world.
Materials that Rado Uses
Rado uses only those materials that are innovative, enduring, and essentially hypodermic. Rado believes that only hardness of material is not the only factor that matters, but durability and wearer comfort also matter, equally. The various materials that Rado uses, to manufacture its versatile collection, are: High-Tech Diamonds, Plasma High-Tech Ceramic, and Ceramos: High-Tech Ceramic.
Rado designs and produces the most elegant, exquisite, and sophisticated watches to suit a woman’s personality. We have chosen from the finest collection of watches for women, by Rado. Peep into them, and buy one Rado today for yourself.
For women, Rado has to offer four types of collection: