Rado Integral - Famous for introducing high-tech ceramic into watchmaking
Produced in series in 1986, the Rado Integral was the first Rado watch where high-tech ceramic was used. A revolution in the watchmaking industry, it fuses the purity of graphic linearity with the finesse of high technology. The edge-to-edge metallized sapphire crystal, case and bracelet form clean parallel lines.
Pioneering. This 22 mm watch is complemented by the Swiss made quartz movement, ETA 976.001, containing 6 jewels. Shown here, this Rado watch is offered in a black high-tech ceramic and yellow PVD gold colored stainless steel bracelet adding to the dependability of this quartz watch. A scratch resistant sapphire crystal matched with its black dial creates a stylish watch. Adding to the watch is a 5 bar/50 meters water resistance rating. Rado Jubile timepieces offer elegance with carefully selected diamonds.
High-tech black ceramic and gold-tone stainless steel case with a high-tech black ceramic and gold-tone stainless steel bracelet. Fixed bezel. Black dial with gold-tone hands and diamonds hour markers. Dial Type: Analog. Quartz movement. Eta 976.001 engine. Scratch resistant flame fusion crystal. Case diameter: 22 mm. Rectangle case shape. Water resistant at 50 meters / 165 feet. Functions: hour, minute. Dress watch style. Watch label: Swiss Made.