• Vintage Rado Voyager 636.3424.4 Steel Automatic Gents Watch
  • Vintage Rado Voyager 636.3424.4 Steel Automatic Gents Watch
  • Vintage Rado Voyager 636.3424.4 Steel Automatic Gents Watch
  • Vintage Rado Voyager 636.3424.4 Steel Automatic Gents Watch
  • Vintage Rado Voyager 636.3424.4 Steel Automatic Gents Watch
  • Vintage Rado Voyager 636.3424.4 Steel Automatic Gents Watch
  • Vintage Rado Voyager 636.3424.4 Steel Automatic Gents Watch
  • Vintage Rado Voyager 636.3424.4 Steel Automatic Gents Watch
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Rado

Voyager 636.3424.4

S/N 31420772

£219.00
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Our Take

Just over 100 years ago in Lengnau, Switzerland, the three Rado brothers came together in part of their parents’ home with the idea that “If we can imagine it, we can make it” and that stands true with their brand still today! This 1980s Voyager is a classic, it’s a gents watch, not as big as today’s watches but a good size, measuring 35mm in diameter and 37mm from lug to lug, the stainless steel case retains excellent definition with its uniquely shaped bezel and is in good condition. The steel back pops in and is in good condition, but faded, it bears the logo and serial number #31420772 model number #636.3424.4. The black dial is clean and simple with diamante at markers at 12, 6, and 9 and a date/day window at the 3 o’clock position features both English or Spanish. It has steel sword-shaped hands with elegant sweep seconds all kept under a mineral crystal. The crown is signed with the logo. The watch is powered by an automatic movement with 17 jewels and keeps good time. The stainless steel strap has been replaced with a generic aftermarket strap and will fit a wrist of about 8” or 20cm 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
  • GenderMen's
  • Year1980s
  • OriginSwitzerland
  • Dimensions35mm X 37mm
  • MovementAutomatic
  • GlassMineral
  • Case MaterialStainless Steel
  • StrapStainless Steel
  • 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.