• Vintage Rado Voyager Gold Plated Automatic Midsize Watch
  • Vintage Rado Voyager Gold Plated Automatic Midsize Watch
  • Vintage Rado Voyager Gold Plated Automatic Midsize Watch
  • Vintage Rado Voyager Gold Plated Automatic Midsize Watch
  • Vintage Rado Voyager Gold Plated Automatic Midsize Watch
  • Vintage Rado Voyager Gold Plated Automatic Midsize Watch
  • Vintage Rado Voyager Gold Plated Automatic Midsize Watch
  • Vintage Rado Voyager Gold Plated Automatic Midsize Watch
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Rado

Voyager 636.3362.2

S/N 23201153

£199.00
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Our Take

Rado is a unique brand in the way that they use their innovation in design and materials to come up with some of the worlds most unique watches. This 1980s Voyager is rather unique, it’s midsize and would probably be more suited to a lady than a man, considering today’s large sizes, it measures 30mm in diameter and 34mm from lug to lug. The gold plated case is sturdy and solid, unfortunately, there is some plate wear evident. The steel back pops in and is in good condition, it bears the logo, model number #636.3362.2 s/n 23201153. The plain gold dial is in good condition with diamante all the way around. It has elegant sweep seconds and a date/day window at the 3 o’clock position. The anchor in the centre moves as it should and is all kept under a mineral crystal. The gold plated crown is signed with the logo. The watch is powered by an automatic movement with 17 jewels and keeps good time. The strap has been replaced with a black leather bracelet and will fit a wrist of about 7.5” or 19cm approximately. The watch comes without the original box but will be accompanied by a gift box. Water-resistance is not guaranteed so please do not use it near water.

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  • BrandRado
  • ModelVoyager
  • GenderUnisex
  • Year1980s
  • OriginSwitzerland
  • Dimensions30mm x 34mm
  • MovementAutomatic
  • GlassMineral
  • Case MaterialGold Plated
  • StrapLeather
  • Box/PapersNo
  • Water ResistanceNo

About Rado

Started life as Schlup & Co. in 1917, but started selling watches under the Rado brand in the 50s. Best known for the innovative design and use of revolutionary materials such as ceramic, giving the watches a unique look and feel.

The ceramic style was started when they incorporated it with the ‘Integral’ watch, although only in the bracelet, it took a bit longer for the ‘Ceramica’ to come along, which was the first watch to be made entirely with ceramic.

Rado watches are elegant, stylish and subtle, they don’t shout at you like other brands, but certainly, show that you have an appreciation of horology.