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    I can't believe the anchor on the dial rotates! What a great looking watch. Is the case steel or some Rado ceramic magic?

    All I bought on Black Friday was some Nato straps.


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    My Black Friday purchase.

    Congrats! It's a wonderful and iconic piece! I believe a Rado is in my future at some point! Wear this in health and happiness!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Perseus View Post
    I can't believe the anchor on the dial rotates! What a great looking watch. Is the case steel or some Rado ceramic magic?

    All I bought on Black Friday was some Nato straps.
    The case is tungsten carbide. I think it's technically a ceramic. They've been making watches out of it since 1962.
    Last edited by Henry Krinkle; Dec 4, 2014 at 08:03 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Perseus View Post
    I can't believe the anchor on the dial rotates!.

    The anchors rotate on all automatic Rados apart from the mineral dials where they are painted or applied.
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