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Rado embarks on re-design of 1962 divers watch

Rado has released a new design of its Tradition Captain Cook MKIII, aiming to bring the vintage look of its 1962 divers watch to the modern day.

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The new model adds fresh details such as an XXL case size and a black textile strap aimed at the modern male explorer.

The MKIII incorporates a grade 5 titanium construction giving the piece scratch resistance while the luminous dial provides easy readability.

In reworking the look of the original Captain Cook, Rado has added a lug-less case design which means the MKIII fits all wrist sizes, while the convex rotating turning bezel keeps timekeeping precision.

The movement features a power reserve of up to 80 hours and the MKIII is water resistant to 220 metres.

This addition to the Rado offering comes just a month after the Swiss-based brand launched a new addition in its True collection.

Rado opens its heart in the latest family of True timepieces


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