Captain Cook “Ghost Captain”, Rado x The Rake & Revolution with Steel Bracelet$ 2,000
- Product Notes
Of all the material innovations that Rado has been a pioneer of, from tungsten carbide to ceramic, the brand has braved the frontlines with implementing new materials, emerging as the creator of the first scratchproof watch. Yet, what we're offering here is not another mind-shattering timepiece of revolutionary material, but a piece of history from their archives.
Thus together with Rado, The Rake & Revolution present to you our version of the HyperChrome Captain Cook "Ghost Captain" Limited Edition Dive Watch. We retained the true 37.3 mm size watch case of the original 1962 Captain Cook, dressed in a monochromatic colour palette of grey and white. Framed in a grey ceramic bezel, the matching dial is indicated with white bold hour markers coated in Super-LumiNova, and displays the signature moving anchor against the red background at 12 o'clock. It is powered by the automatic winding ETA C07.611 calibre, providing 80 hours of power reserve and a date aperture at 3 o'clock in red font. Available in a limited edition of 150 pieces, the caseback is specially engraved with the "Revolution" logo and is dressed in a grey leather strap. It is boxed with accompanying grey NATO-style straps in leather and textile, as well as a Swiss Army knife. It is boxed with accompanying grey NATO-style straps in leather and textile, as well as a "multipurpose tool".
- Size Notes
Dial: 37.3 mm
- Materials and Care Notes
Made in Switzerland
- Case: Stainless steel with high-tech ceramic bezel
- Straps: Grey leather NATO style and grey textile NATO style straps
- Extras: Swiss Army Knife
- Delivery & returns
Available in a limited run of just 150 pieces.
This product is located in Singapore. It will be dispatched within 2-3 working days.
We very much hope that you'll enjoy your purchases. Should you need to return an item, we'll happily collect it from your home or office free of charge.
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The story of horology-pioneering brand Rado is one of humble beginnings; brothers Fritz, Ernst and Werner Schlup founded their original atelier in a conversion of their parent