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About Rado Watches

Rado Watches, a renowned Swiss luxury watch brand, has been available in India at Rado Boutique in Delhi & Gurgaon by Johnson Watch Co., New Delhi.
Rado is a globally recognized brand, famous for innovative design and its use of revolutionary materials to create some of the world’s most beautiful and durable watches. Ever since its beginnings in Lengnau, Switzerland, Rado has been a pioneer, with the brand philosophy “if we can imagine it, we can make it” still holding true today.
In the 90s, Rado introduced the high-tech ceramic, now one of its signature materials. The launch of the Rado Ceramica in 1990 introduced the world to a completely integrated watch case and bracelet made of sapphire crystal and high-tech ceramic. More recently, 2011 saw the advent of Rado‘s ultra-slim ceramic masterpiece: the True Thinline, which measures in at an unbelievable 5 mm. In 2012, the sporty-chic Rado HyperChrome built on the True Thinline’s case technology, doing away with the previously required stainless steel "core" in favour of a sleek monobloc case.
Rado Watches made waves in 2016 with the relaunch of its iconic Rado Ceramica collection. Teaming up with renowned industrial designer Konstantin Grcic, the brand updated its well-known, starkly geometric timepiece with a contemporary new look. In 2017, the brand took this visionary timepiece a step further, adding matt grey high-tech ceramic and an automatic movement to the Ceramica collection for the first time ever.

Buy Rado Watches from Rado Boutique, New Delhi & Gurgaon

For nearly seventy years, Johnson Watch Co., New Delhi has been at the forefront of the luxury watch retail in India, bringing premium and luxury Swiss watch brands to the Indian shores. In keeping with its past endeavours, Johnson Watch Co. has brought yet another premium, Swiss luxury watch brand Rado to the watch aficionados of India.

Rado Watches Family Collection





1) Are Rado Watches scratch resistant?

The extreme hardness of Rado Watches high-tech materials guarantees durability and brilliance. Rado watches are hard but not indestructible. Although our high-tech materials are resistant to scratches, Rado watches must be treated with care. They should not be dropped, and sharp knocks should be avoided. If hit hard enough, the materials may break.

2) Is the sapphire glass used in Rado, scratch resistant?

Scratch-resistant means “capable of withstanding scratching that occurs with normal everyday use”. Rado uses sapphire crystal, which has a very high level of scratch-resistance. However, there is a risk of scratching if it comes into contact with materials that are as hard as or harder than sapphire. Particles of these materials can be found in nail files, in granite or in sand.

3) Where shall the batteries be changed?

Rado watches recommend that you take your watch to an authorised Rado Service Center. The Service Center will test the water resistance while replacing the battery to ensure that your watch is properly sealed. Rado recommends replacing the gaskets and, if necessary, the crown every time the battery is replaced to ensure the water resistance of the watch.

4) How to start using Rado Automatic Watch?

Recommendation how to use automatic watches
Before “wearing” your automatic Rado watch again, i.e. attaching it to your wrist, we recommend turning the crown 15 to 20 full turns. By doing so, you ensure that your Rado watch starts out with sufficient power reserve and its accuracy lies within tolerance.
By moving the arm and/or wrist on which the watch is worn, the automatic winding mechanism fully winds up the watch movement over time. To do this, the watch must be actively worn for several hours (approx. 4 to 8 hours, depending on the activity of the wearer) per day.
guarantees that your automatic Rado watch will display the exact, reliable time for you.
The accuracy of a mechanical, automatic watch:
Tolerance for normal movements:
Maximum deviation from minus 5 to plus 20 seconds within 24 hours.
Tolerance for chronometer movements:
Maximum deviation from minus 4 to plus 6 seconds within 24 hours.
The power reserve of a mechanical, automatic watch:
The minimum duration is 36 hours. When the fully wound watch is put into an idle position and is no longer moved, it shows the precise time for another 36 to 40 hours and in some cases up to 80 hours.