The plasma carburising process, first used by Rado, consists in loading finished white ceramic pieces into an oven, where the ceramic heats up to a temperature of 900ºC and gasses activate at 20,000ºC, changing the molecular structure of the pieces and producing a cool grey metallic colour. Remarkably, this colour is achieved without the use of metal, and though it changes only on the surface of the piece, it will not fade over time. As the benefits of the ceramic do not change through this process, it retains its scratch-resistance, adding depth to the metallic shine of this ceramic. However cool plasma ceramic may be, it adapts to skin temperature, making this timepiece undeniably luxurious and unconditionally comfortable.
For those who appreciate the lustre of diamonds, the Rado HyperChrome Diamonds collection now offers a limited edition model featuring the unparalleled high-tech shine of plasma ceramic.
The perfect watch for a stroll in the city or down the red carpet, a masterful monobloc case houses an automatic movement which brings the watch to life with every move you make. The cool metallic shine of the plasma high-tech ceramic sets the rose gold colour of the bezel, side inserts and crown ablaze. With its cool and warm tones this timepiece is the ideal finishing touch for any outfit.