The Pioneer watch brand Rado combines Switzerland’s historical and humanistic style and design ingenuity together along the centuries of footprints in the name of “A Summer of Swiss Design”. Switzerland’s iconic historical and cultural treasures, the Historisches Museum Bern, the Bern Tram Stop, the Paul Klee Museum and the Pilatus Station give the Rado wathches an inspiration and new insight into this source, making this pioneer watch brand from Switzerland continue to bring masterpiece of watches to watch lovers.
First Stop: Historisches Museum Bern, The Minimalist Art Hall
The first stop of the “A Summer of Swiss Design” is the Historisches Museum Bern. As the second largest museum in Switzerland, this historic museum was completed in 1894. The museum displays the most important historical collections and ruins of Bern and Switzerland in the prehistoric era, as well as precious collections from Asia and Egypt, obviously, it is an important historical heritage of Switzerland. The design of the Historisches Museum Bern is simple, at the same time, and the entrance of it is just like a time tunnel which takes you through the river and enjoys a hundred years of scenery. The minimalist style of the Historisches Museum Bern coincides with the design philosophy of the Rado DiaMaster Series.
Peak Performance Experience: Rado DiaMaster Power Reserve Wristwatch
The Rado DiaMaster power reserve watch combines modern materials with understated design to showcase subtle aesthetic details and classic style. With an up to 80-hour power reserve, the power reserve display on the dial gives you an idea of the remaining uptime. This watch is a great choice for men who like travel, and the power reserve display window prompts you to go on the chain in time to escort the precise timing. When the power reserve is close to zero, you can easily regain power by simply winding the watch a few turns.
Shiny Wrists: New Rado Diamaster Diamond Wristwatch
Inheriting the classic style of the Rado DiaMaster series, the newly launched DiaMaster Diamond series in 2018 is presented with luxurious diamonds. The fully cut diamonds are matched with the brand’s iconic plasma high-tech ceramics, and the mother-of-pearl dial as well as the textured leather strap add a touch of glamour to this wristwatch.
Second Stop: Bern Tram Depot, The Perfect Blend of Classic Art and Practicality
The tram is a major feature of Bern, and the Bern Tram Depot in the heart of the city connects every corner of the city. Its unique design with medieval features and a modern glass barrier meet, just like the True Thinline wristwatch launched in 2018, which combines the beauty of nature and modernity.
The Beauty of Transparency Inside and Outside: Rado True Thinline Skeleton Automatic Watch
The new Rado’s True True Thinline Skeleton Automatic Watch is designed to complement the beauty of the interior and exterior. The brand’s signature high-tech ceramic material provides a light, wearable and comfortable wearing experience. Under the sapphire glass, the design elements in the movement are fully displayed, presenting a unique mechanical rhythm. The power reserve up to 80 hours brings a strong source of power, highlighting the brand’s extraordinary creativity in the field of material design.
From Nature But Now in Rado: Rado True Thinline Wristwatch
Inspired by nature, Rado incorporates a variety of elements into the watch design and introduces the new True Thinline Watch, which is a collection that is with creative collaborations between the brand and Grandi Giardini Italian (a large Italian garden organization). The intersection of design and nature adds a touch of sense to the fresh and refined True Thinline collection.