Rado’s original Captain Cook Model was released in 1962 and has remained one of Rado’s most enduring designs. The Captain Cook High-Tech Ceramic is the culmination of many years of research and development coupled with the history and tradition of the Rado Captain Cook. The result is a modern timepiece equipped with vintage details and up-to-date features.

Captain Cook High-Tech Ceramic Diver

Rado's most enduring design.

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Recently unveiled, this newest Rado boasts an ultra water-resistant and lightweight configuration that's ready for any adventure.

Today, the watch has been designed with new features that make it perfect for modern explorers. The Captain Cook High-Tech Ceramic Diver is water resistant down to 300 m, and 80 hours of power reserve ensures it will continue working long after you're ready to call it a day. The hands and indices of the ISO 6425 certified diver's watch are coated with SuperLuminova® to ensure excellent visibility on the matte olive-green dial no matter how late into the night your adventures take you.

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The Rado R763 automatic movement exceeds standard accuracy test requirements from 3 to 5 positions. But, the most striking features on this diver are its 43 mm monobloc case made of matte olive-green high-tech ceramic, and rotating bezel made of hardened, polished stainless steel. The resulting timepiece is stunning and delivers on both capability and style. Whether you prefer to adventure on land or sea, this timepiece is the ideal exploration partner.

  • Case Size: 43.0mm
  • Depth Rating: 30 bar (300m)
  • Power Reserve: 80 hours
  • Movement: Rado R763 automatic movement

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