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Rado Sintra Automatic Movement


Fans of the automatic movement watches, and what woman/man isn’t, will be pleased to note that Rado has released the Sintra with the old automatronic-movementation. Even better, they’ve upgraded their Rado Diastar to automatic movement also.

Robert-Jan over at Fratello Watches notes that these are made from ceramic, unscratchable materials, which means it’s got beauty and brawn.

Rado Sintra XXL Automatic [Fratello watches]

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  1. I got mine new for $1,200; however, since it was not purchased from an AD, it probably does not have the 2,3 year ?factory? warranty.

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