MAS­TER OF PRE­CI­SION

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Ex­pect only the great­est from Rado.

Ex­pect only the great­est in Rado’s Di a Mas­ter Pe­tite Sec on de Au­to­mat­icCOSC.

Famed for util­is­ing high tech­nol­ogy in horol­ogy, Rado's mas­ter­ful use of plasma high-tech ce­ramic and sil­i­con truly shows in their Mas­ter of Ma­te­ri­als la­bel. The Di­aMaster Pe­tite Se­conde Au­to­matic COSC piece, par­tic­u­larly, stands out.

Awarded the cov­eted COSC cer­ti­fi­ca­tion, the watch is pow­ered by au­to­matic ETA C07.881 move­ment that fea­tures a sil­i­con hair­spring that is shock re­sis­tant and keeps it within the -4/+6 sec­ond de­vi­a­tion bench­mark set by the COSC, a fea­ture es­pe­cially im­por­tant to keep your watch per­form­ing at its best.

The scratch-re­sis­tant plasma high-tech ce­ramic makes up the watch case and crown, which has a metal­lic look but utilises no metal. The plasma car­buris­ing process that makes it re­sis­tant to scratch­ing also makes it fade-proof, so your time­piece will con­tinue to shine on.

If the im­pres­sive mas­tery of ma­te­ri­als doesn’t in­trigue you, then the clas­sic good looks might do the trick. With a 43mm case, anti-re­flec­tive open dial avail­able in sil­ver with rose-gold hands or blue with rhodium plated hands and a clas­sic croc­o­dile print black leather strap, this watch by Rado will surely stand out while it rests on your wrist. The Di­aMaster Pe­tite Se­conde Au­to­matic COSC can be ex­pe­ri­enced at the Rado bou­tique in KLCC.

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