Rado is dubbed the master of materials in the watchmaking industry. Whether crafting the world’s first scratch-proof watch or timeless timepieces such as Captain Cook, Rado has been impressive throughout its history. In 2013, Rado decided to raise the stakes with the Rado DiaMaster collection. A perfectly crafted set of timepieces, the DiaMaster held the helm of watchmaking with finesse.
A simple yet elegant collection of timepieces, the Rado DiaMaster features timepieces such as the DiaMaster Automatic Power Reserve which features a power reserve indicator on the dial and a date window over an intricately crafted dial plate. On a much simpler note, the DiaMaster Automatic Petite Seconds features a small seconds dial at the 6 o’clock marker. Dredging through elegance, the DiaMaster Diamonds offers an opulent take on this minimalistic watch. The diamond-studded variant is also available in an open-heart variant called the DiaMaster Automatic Open Heart Diamonds.
Welcoming a breath of freshness, there is a set of special edition timepieces inside the DiaMaster collection. One such timepiece is the Rado DiaMaster 1314. In the ancient far East, the number 1314 was widely known for its symbol of reliability and permanence. To celebrate this, Rado decided to launch the DiaMaster 1314.
Another timepiece is the DiaMaster Prajun. Limited to just 1,001 pieces, the DiaMaster Prajun was made in collaboration with Thai fashion designer Kwankao Svetivamala Prajun.