Rado has a vast history of evolving models, each bringing a new feature into the watch world. In 1958, the first model called Green Horse was launched, followed by the Diastar 1 in 1962. In 1967, Planning was launched, which provided several addition functions than a standard watch, like a day and date case below the time display. 1976, they launched the Dia67 Glissière, which boasted of the minimalistic design. In 1981, it introduced the Anatom, which was a gold and black watch with diamonds. Another milestone was Integral in 1986, which created a continuous visual effect through the case to the bracelet. It was followed by the 1990 Ceramica, 1993 Sintra, 2001 Esenza, 2002 V10K, 2009 R5.5, 2011 D-Star, 2011 True thinline, 2012 HyperChrome, 2013 Ezensa Ceramic Touch, and the most recent, 2014 Hyperchrome Dual Timer.
The Rado R22593742-129.0593.3.074 is a silver time piece for women. It has a case with a diameter of 23 mm, and a bezel with mirror effects. The case rests on a stainless steel and ceramic bracelet. It clasps through a deployable, double folding security system.
The watch has a Mother of Pearl dial, with precious jewels marking the hours. It has sleek silver toned hands. It has a silver crown for easy adjusting of time. This time piece is elegant and beautiful.
The Rado R22593742-129.0593.3.074 has the classic Swiss quartz movement. It is treated with sapphire crystal on both sides to make it sturdy, and lend it anti-reflection and scratch-resistant properties. It is water resistant to a depth of 30 m. It performs the date, hour, minute, and second functions. The date window is located at 6 o’clock.
Quite a few eminent personalities have been associated with Rado. Some of the notable ones are Andy Murray, Hrithik Roshan, Tang Wei, Agnieszka Radwanska, Renata Litvinova, Lisa Ray, and Julia Görges.