RadoWatches

Over a century ago, the Rado watch journey began with two brothers and a dream: “If we can imagine it, we can make it. And if we can make it, we will!” Today, after more than 100 years of imaginative watchmaking, the luxury Swiss brand’s creative dream is as real as ever.

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Centrix
Rado Centrix Watches

Rado’s most popular collection, Centrix timepieces boast a variety of sizes, colours, and movements to suit any style.

Shop Rado Centrix watches from £1,250 or £34.73 per month.

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Rado DiaStar Watches

Distinctive and iconic, the DiaStar collection features a unique, rounded case shape with stand-out details.

Shop Rado DiaStar Original from £1,200 or £34.73 per month.

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Rado Captain Cook Watches

A perfect choice for modern explorers, Captain Cook watches boast vintage details and exceptional features.

Shop Rado Captain Cook watches from £2,050 or £56.96 per month.

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Rado True Collection

Crafted in a pioneering ceramic material with a contemporary aesthetic, the True collection is effortlessly chic.

Shop Rado True watches from £1,650 or £45.84 per month.

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Hyperchrome

Rado's signature vintage-inspired watches are encapsulated in the HyperChrome collection, blending high-end materials and sleek design for every occasion.

Shop Rado Hyperchrome watches from £1,550 or £43.06 per month.

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Florence

The Florence Classic collection embodies elegance and delicacy – and these Rado watches are inspired by the architecture of the beautiful Italian city.

Shop Rado Florence watches from £1,150 or £31.95 per month.

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Rado Integral Watches
Rado Integral

Introduced in 1986, the Rado Integral was crafted in ground-breaking, high-tech ceramic. These contemporary designs show that Rado remains a pioneer in ceramic watchmaking today.

Free gift with purchase

Receive a free gift card worth up to £250 when you purchase a Rado watch

For Rado watch purchases, get an extra wow with an instantly redeemable gift card*

Spend £1,000 - £1,999 and get a £150 gift card, spend £2,000 - £4,999 for a £250 gift card, or spend over £5,000 and get a £350 gift card.

Why Choose Beaverbrooks?

We’re here to give you all the advice and tips you need to find your perfect Rado watch. Our experts will talk you through the Rado collections, and make sure that you have everything you need to know before choosing one that’s sure to be your next favourite timepiece.

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We have 12 Rado stockists nationwide. Find your nearest store or book an appointment and discover our extensive collection of Rado watches, where our experts will guide you through the collections.

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Experts in luxury watches

“Rado is a globally recognised Swiss watchmaking brand, famed for its revolutionary use of materials to create cutting-edge watches. With distinctive design and imaginative thinking, nothing says contemporary and unique like a Rado timepiece.”

Bruce, Head of Luxury Brands

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Need help? Contact us today

We understand that you may not know where to start when buying a Rado watch and you may have lots of questions on what to look for. If you need a little extra help or advise and can’t get into store, call us on 0800 169 2329, talk to us via live chat or send us an email using our online form.

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Rado watches with up to 3 years interest free credit
Rado watches with £0 deposit

With up to 3 years interest free credit, shop Rado watches from as little as £29.17 per month.

Rado watches available at Beaverooks
Find the perfect Rado watch with Beaverbrooks today

Picking the right Rado watch is a big decision. Whether hunting for a gift to celebrate an important milestone for a loved one, or just gifting yourself, you'll find a Rado timepiece that is the perfect match in the Beaverbrooks collection, with the right information from our friendly team of experts.

Meet Rado's Brand Ambassadors
Rado Brand Ambassador - Tennis player Cameron Norrie
Cameron Norrie

Cameron Norrie is the most recent young tennis pro to join the ranks of Rado’s rising stars. A South African who grew up in New Zealand and has represented Great Britain since 2013. Cameron’s maiden title came in his fourth ATP Tour final of the season following earlier runs to the championship match in Estoril, Lyon and at The Queen’s Club.

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Rado Brand Ambassador - Tennis player Luca Nardi
Luca Nardi

Thanks to his three singles titles on the 2022 Challenge Tour, Rado YoungStar Luca Nardi roared on up the ATP rankings. The Italian star triumphed again at the Porto Open in Portugal, when he was celebrating his 20th birthday to earn his fourth Challenger trophy. The Italian wears a Rado Captain Cook High-Tech Ceramic Diver in black high-tech ceramic.

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Rado Brand Ambassador - Tennis player Leandro Riedi
Leandro Riedi

Swiss player Leandro Riedi has been a member of the Rado YoungStars team since April 2023. In Junior Grand Slam tournaments he won a doubles title at the Australian Open, and was runner-up in the singles at Roland Garros. Leandro’s companion for all his sporting activities is a Captain Cook Chronograph with a blue dial.

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Why Choose A Rado Watch?

Rado has over 100 years of experience in Swiss watchmaking. Founded in 1917 in Lengnau, Switzerland, under the name Schlup & Co., the brand is synonymous with Swiss-made quality.

Masters in high-tech materials, Rado is globally recognised as an award-winning Swiss watchmaking brand. Its watch designs have earned a reputation for impressive technical composition and daring style.

For timepieces that stand out, Rado exhibits creativity and extraordinary planning. Incorporating extravagant designs and complex mechanisms, Rado watches are simply awe-inspiring.

For more than three decades, Rado has sponsored tennis and supported the brightest names in the sport. Similarly, Rado’s watches have a winning advantage that echoes the game of fine margins.

Over the years, the brand has collaborated with the world’s most famed artists and designers, from Andy Warhol to Le Corbusier, because Rado recognises that creative opportunities are limitless. Rado’s drive to challenge the limits of imaginative watchmaking is unmatched and has led to unique horological masterpieces.

Rado FAQs

Rado timepieces are the perfect combination of exceptional watch movements, champion craftsmanship and enduring materials. This commitment to innovation and design excellence, plus its distinguished heritage, means Rado watches are high-quality, coveted timepieces. With over 100 years spent dedicated to watchmaking greatness, Rado has cultivated a respected collection of watches that embody Swiss mastery.

All Rado watches offer water resistance to a minimum of 30m. For those deeper aquatic adventures, you'll find Rado timepieces with resistance up to 300m in our collection. Rado watches should be checked every year to maintain water resistance.

Yes. Everything from its movement and manufacture to materials and technology determines whether a watch brand is luxury. Rado timepieces are crafted using premium components and intricate automatic and quartz movements. Every Rado watch is built to withstand the test of time so it can be admired for many years to come. This meticulous craftsmanship is reflected in the price of your Rado watch.

You can trace the origins of the Rado brand back to 1917 in Lengnau, Switzerland with the founding of the Schlup & Co. watchmaking company. To this day, Rado watches are still made with pride in Switzerland but are now owned by The Swatch Group.

When it comes to investing, you want something with a unique design and last-a-lifetime, scratch-proof durability. Because of their iconic aesthetics, revolutionary technology and durable reputation, Rado watches tick all the investment boxes.

A Rado automatic watch works via the Swiss-made mechanical movement. The watch is powered when the rotor captures the energy coming from the natural movements of the wearer's body. Automatic watches often boast longevity and elegance but it's important to know how to look after your timepiece. Read our Beginner's Guide To Automatic Watches to keep your watch ticking as it should.