If you’re familiar with Rado’s history, the Anatom name might sound a bit familiar. While they have been producing square-cased watches since the late 1960s, it was in the early 80s that they also put a gentle curve to things to help it fit your wrist a bit better. Now, 40 years down the line, there’s a brand new Rado Anatom.

Rado Anatom: Colors

To be fair, there are actually four new Rado Anatom models. There’s a Limited-Edition version that’s done in all black, with diamonds taking up residence on the dial as indices. For the non-LE versions, you’ve got three different gradient dial colors; past that, you’ve got the same movement, same polished ceramic case, and even the same rubber strap with it’s own dose of ceramic.

Here’s some things they have to say about the new release:

The first Anatom watch was a combination of hard- metal and sapphire crystal. As the Master of Materials, with a deep commitment to continuous research and development, we chose to bring together Rado’s sig- nature high-tech ceramic material with an antireflective sapphire crystal that is rounded on both the inside and outside faces.

There have been many bracelet combinations with this product line in the past, but it is the first time that we combine it with a rubber strap. It is young and fresh and we love the sporty elegant look and feel.

Rado Anatom: Price

While we’re used to seeing Rado put ceramic on as much of their watches as possible, we’re quite intrigued by their usage of the rubber strap, and how the ceramic integrates there. The new Rado Anatom is available now; the limited-edition is going for $10,100, while the non-LE versions are $3,350. Check them out, and order your own, directly at rado.com

Tech Specs (non-LE editions)

  • Ref. : R10202319 / R10202209 / R10202309
  • Movement:
    • Rado calibre R766, automatic, 21 jewels, 3 hands, date at 6 o’clock
    • 72-hour power reserve, antimagnetic NivachronTM hairspring, exceeds standard test requirements from 3 to 5 positions for higher accuracy
  • Case
    • Black matt high-tech ceramic bezel
    • Cylindrical sapphire crystal with bevels, metallised in black and glued, with anti-reflective coating on the inside
    • Black PVD sand blasted stainless steel middle part
    • Black matt high-tech ceramic crown
    • Stainless steel case back with transparent sapphire crystal
    • Horizontal satin-brushed stainless steel end pieces
    • Water resistant to 5 bar (50m)
  • Dial
    • Lacquered polished horizontal satin-brushed background
    • Rhodium coloured applied indexes with white Super-LumiNova®
    • Rhodium coloured moving anchor symbol on black background
    • White coloured printed Rado and Automatic logos
    • R10202319: Colour gradient from green to black
    • R10202209: Colour gradient from blue to black
    • R10202309: Colour gradient from cognac to black
  • Hands: Rhodium coloured with white Super-LumiNova®
  • Strap
    • Black rubber strap
    • Brushed stainless steel 3-fold clasp
    • Black matt high-tech ceramic cover
    • Satin-brushed stainless steel pushers
  • Dimensions: 32.5 x 46.3 x 11.3 (WxLxH in mm)

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Last Update: December 13, 2023