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Rado has announced the release of the new Captain Cook High-Tech Ceramic Diver. The brand’s newest additions to the Captain Cook line fit perfectly with the already established philosophy of the line. The watches are the product of meticulous engineering and years of planning and experimentation. Rado has created a watch that can withstand any challenge thrown at it. Designed to be functional in any environment and never let down its wearer, the watch can adapt to any terrain or setting, be it underwater, on land or just in everyday life. The long-awaited models prove the brand’s dedication to Swiss excellence through their reliability and precision.
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This one is hot -------------though they should have omitted the date complication
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Kinda spendy, I'll wait for the low tech ceramic version.
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I love the Captain Cook line. Just a good looking series, and I think it's a boost for the brand in something like the same way the Black Bay was for Tudor.
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Always up to something cool, these are great looking, the box crystal is a nice touch. I read that for the plasma ceramic models, they heat the already formed zinc oxide ceramic material in a 20,000° celsius oven till it reaches 900° to make it look metallic. IDK if the process adds anything in the way of hardness, shatter resistance, or whatnot.
My choice would be the black / silver.
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I like the model I have a lot. wore it all of last weekend.
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