The last few times I discussed Rado
, I mentioned how they were really stepping up their game for 2010. Even the watches that I didn't personally like were moving toward being much more relevant. The Ceramica name has been used since 1980 when Rado released the first ceramic watch. They were an instant success due to the look and durability of this type of ceramic. The basic modern shape of the watch has persevered today, and is available in this angular style in white (as opposed to black). There are two different dial choices in a dark silver or gold tone. Movements inside these Ceramica watches are likely Swiss quartz movements. I anticipate the Ceramica White watches will come in a few sizes for both men and women. Look for them soon.
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