Rado watches are renowned for their innovative use of materials, as well as their supreme comfort and understated elegance. Rado is the place to go if you want a truly unique timepiece.


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Rado Watches Price in KSA

Rado is a popular watch brand, offering affordable yet high-quality timepieces. Rado watches were at first produced to the requirements of divers and then began offering a complete line of designer watches. Rado watches are a popular accessory for men and women alike.

Rado Watches can be purchased in Saudi Arabia from prices as low as 2,000 SAR up to prices as high as 21,500 SAR. So there is a Rado Watch for any budget!

An Overview of Rado

Rado is well-known for utilizing cutting-edge materials in its timepieces. The Lengau-based manufacturer began using uncommon materials like carbide and sapphire glass in the early 1960s. Rado remains highly interested in this today. This company has concentrated on ceramics, particularly plasma high-tech ceramics and composites such as Ceramos, a ceramic-and-metal-based product. Lightweight, hard, and scratch-resistant, these materials are also hypoallergenic, making them stand out in the crowd.

The cases, bands, and even the dials of these classically elegant, minimalistic watches can be made from a variety of materials, giving each one a distinctive look.

Rado has a wide range of timepieces in its collection, including dress watches, retro styles, skeleton timepieces, and chronographs. Mechanical automatic movements or quartz movements from ETA power these devices. It’s simple to figure out what kind of movement your watch uses: The dials of all mechanical Rado watches feature a small anchor.

Brief History of Rado

Rado’s history dates back to 1917, when Fritz, Werner, and Ernst Schulp, three brothers from Lengau, Switzerland, founded watchmaker Schulp & Co. in their family home. In their early years, they mainly produced movements for other watch companies. It wasn’t until 1937 that their daughter firm, Rado Watch Co., began selling their own timepieces on the market. Since 1968, Rado has been a member of the ASUAG, the General Society of the Swiss Watch Industry. In 1983, the ASUAG and SSIH joined to become what is currently known as the Swatch Group.

Rado’s premium image was bolstered in part by models like the Green Horse, which debuted in 1958. However, the DiaStar 1 was the company’s breakthrough product, released in 1962. Rado has remained at the forefront of material science ever since. Watches like the Sintra, made of titanium carbide or V10K, with a phenomenal hardness of 10,000 Vickers, continue to demonstrate this.

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