Rado's Captain Cook collection is a luxury watch range inspired by the look of today, inspired by the looks of the original diving watch in 1962. Utilising Rado's preferred material of high-tech ceramic, these watches are for modern explorers. Blending vintage details with high-tech modern technology, the Captain Cook collection featured watches for men and women in a range of strap sizes, and striking designs. Featuring the classic and distinguishable pivoting anchor, find a watch to suit your style — all available with up to 5 years interest-free credit, and fast and free delivery. What are you waiting for?
Rado was established in Switzerland in 1917. Always a creative brand, Rado’s philosophy throughout their illustrious history is “if we can imagine it, we can make it” In 1962 they created a niche position within the market when they created the first ever scratch resistant wrist watch, the DiaStar. The brand was a pioneer for ceramic cased watches winning multiple innovation and design awards along the way. In 1990 Rado introduced the Ceramica, the first watch with a case and bracelet made entirely of ceramic. Their use of injection moulding allowed them to create the head and bracelet as a single entity. Today the brand has an eclectic range of contemporary and classic style watches suitable for all tastes and budgets. Most recently the Captain Cook dive watch, first available in 1962, was reintroduced to the catalogue to much acclaim. If you require a great looking, robust, carefree, everyday timepiece that will look as good in 20 years’ time as it does the day it was bought then Rado watches are for you.
0% APR - Up to 5 years interest free credit available with Barclays Partner Finance No deposit required – minimum loan value £350.
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. Be at least 18 years old;
. Be in full time work (16 hours or more a week), retired, or in receipt of disability allowance.
. Earn at least £6,000 a year.
. Have been a UK resident for three years or more.
. Have a mobile phone number.
. Have an email address.
. Have a UK bank account from which Direct Debits can be taken.
. Have no outstanding County Court Judgements (CCJs)
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