If Rado Swiss Rado is based on an ability to completely transform, innovate and break boundaries to achieve real change, then the limited edition of Swiss Rado DiaMaster RHW1 is the best interpretation of this concept.
Rado’s DiaMaster RHW1 uses the radar’s high-tech material, Si3N4 TiN. Si3N4 TiN is a high-tech ceramic composite material developed by Rado in its recent innovative exploration. It is selected because it weighs half of standard ceramics. It is made by heating the mixed powder in an overpressure nitrogen environment at a temperature of 1800 degrees Celsius, which is famous for its excellent abrasion resistance. The ‘old copper’ gives the case a sturdy and durable look. This is a watch with a little content or story, it seems to be telling its history. The selected leather strap adds a sense of frost and mystery to this undeniably cool macho watch. Materials give DiaMaster its look, and the movement gives it its soul. Rado’s innovations can often be seen in the materials used for the exterior of the watch-this DiaMaster also embodies the innovations of the Swiss radar. In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, aluminum movements were used in pocket watches for their lightness. It is this historical trend and the focus on lightness that inspired Swiss Rado to adopt such a movement for the first time in extremely light high-tech watches-Swiss Rado’s exclusive RHW1 movement.