Rado has introduced a revamped 1962 Captain Cook timepiece with modern details like an XXL-sized case and a black textile strap. The Tradition Captain Cook MKIII Automatic made with a light grade 5 titanium construct resistant to scratches and a luminous dial for easy readability.
The timepiece is one size fit all and has a convex rotating turning bezel that measures minute intervals. It also has a sapphire crystal glass box covering the dial and a day/date function is a. The movement features a power reserve of up to 80 hours and the MKIII is water resistant to 22 bar (220 meters).
The Tradition Captain Cook MKIII Automatic will be available in October for $2,550 USD.
In related news, Casio has released five new watches for its vintage collection.