Radar Isa Series The First High-tech Ceramic Touch Watch

Minimal but not simplify

 RADO Swiss radar once again turned everyone’s dream into reality. A tactile controlled full-body high-tech ceramic watch for women. The latest technology combined with the most moving sensory factors has created this unique and outstanding product.

 Watch technology developed for women can be described as very rare, and RADO with its eSenza Ceramic Touch watch once again shows its unique vision, but also ahead of competitors’ unique vision.

 Set the time by tapping and swiping with your finger on the edge of the case – the hour hand on the left and the minute hand on the right – with one touch, you can adjust the time to fly forward or backward.

 Easy to operate and exquisite in appearance, the eSenza Ceramic Touch watch is an excellent watch for women. While showing noble temperament, women’s nail art is always kept in perfect condition.

 Developed by the Rado design team of Rado, combining touch technology from within the Swatch Group and our expertise in high-tech materials-This series is entirely made of high-tech ceramics-Warm to the touch-The case has a smooth curved oval-in one go.

 This watch not only maintains its sparkling luster over the years, but also has a battery life of up to four years, much longer than the standard quartz watch.

Sensory Touch Settings

 The single-structure case, which is made under high pressure using a sophisticated and sophisticated injection molding process, guarantees the success of high-tech ceramic touch technology.

 The watch case made of metal acts as a barrier between the outside and the internal circuitry. Due to the insulating nature of high-tech ceramics, this watch gives the wearer the ability to control the watch’s core circuits. The electrodes can “perceive” the fingertips on the case through the ceramic medium.

 Because this watch features a tactile design, it needs to be worn on the wrist during setup. The close contact between the skin and the stainless steel back cover ensures that the Swiss Rado eSenza Ceramic Touch can become a body Extension.

 Six new models in this collection-three black and three white-represent the first round of a forthcoming series.

 More than fifty years ago, Swiss radar revolutionized the watch industry with its use of materials beyond traditional. As successful as it was many years ago, Swiss radar took the same risky move in 2013 and became the world’s first.

RADO Swiss radar: from big to simple.

 RADO eSenza Ceramic Touch Black Watch
 Ref: 277.0093.3.071/277.0093.171/277.0093.3.015

Movement 11 ETA F10.101, quartz, 5 gems, 2 hands, crownless touch, no date display
Case Black polished high-tech ceramic
   Black PVD-coated steel case back
   Torus sapphire crystal
   Water resistant to 3 bar (30 meters)
Dial 071 black, jubilé, 4 diamonds, 120/125, top Wesselton diamonds, fully cut, 0.028 carats
   Silver radar logo printed
Dial 015 black, 12 rhodium-plated indexes
   Silver radar logo printed
Hands rhodium-plated
Strap 071/015 Three rows of black polished high-tech ceramics Titanium tri-fold safety buckle
Strap 171 Black satin strap Stainless steel buckle
Dimensions 33.0 x 42.0 x 8.4 (width x length x thickness in millimeters)

    RADO eSenza Ceramic Touch White Watch
 Ref: 277.0092.3.071/277.0092.3.171/277.0092.3.001

Movement 11 ETA F10.101, quartz, 5 gems, 2 hands, crownless touch, no date display
Case White polished high-tech ceramic
   Stainless steel case back with ring sapphire crystal
   Water resistant to 3 bar (30 meters)
Dial 071/171 white, jubilé, 4 diamonds, 120/125, top Wesselton diamond, fully cut, 0.028 carat silver radar logo
Dial 001 silver, 12 rhodium-plated indexes
   Silver radar logo printed
Hands rhodium-plated
Strap 071/015 three rows of white polished high-tech ceramic titanium tri-fold safety buckle
Strap 171 White satin strap Stainless steel buckle
Dimensions 33.0 x 42.0 x 8.4 (width x length x thickness in millimeters)

Superb technology behind trigger timepieces

 RADO launches the new eSenza Ceramic Touch watch, realizing a new breakthrough in watchmaking technology. Swiss Radar’s technical and material experts collaborate with watchmaking experts to ensure that touch technology is as flawless as watch design.

 Since high-tech ceramics are natural insulating materials, RADO has more than 25 years of expertise in the field of high-tech ceramics as a direct advantage. The non-conductive nature of high-tech ceramics makes it an ideal material for making tactile devices.

 The quartz movement consists of a number of key components, including two chips that control the watch software. The movement is tightly embedded in the high-tech ceramic case. Between the movement and the integrated high-tech ceramic case are four electrodes, which are installed at 2 o’clock, 4 o’clock, 8 o’clock, and 10 o’clock. position.

 When the fingertip acts on the electrode through the high-tech ceramic case, it will act as a stray capacitor and adjust the frequency of the oscillating circuit.

 When the movement detects that the fingertips touch the case in a certain order, it will instruct the chip to let the motor drive the hands, so the setting and resetting time can be completed with a simple touch.

The stainless steel back of the watch is also an indispensable important component, because it is the ‘contact point’ between the watch and the wrist, and it is the reference medium for the circuit to be energized. Because it does not have a crown, it should be worn on the wrist when setting and resetting the time of the RADO eSenza Ceramic Touch watch.

 RADO eSenza Ceramic Touch Time Setting Guide

1. Wear your watch on your wrist.
2. To activate the tactile function, set the watch to the setting mode. After touching the 8 o’clock position of the case for about 5 seconds, quickly slide your finger over the right side of the case. The watch will now emit a short beep.
3. When setting the hour hand, slide your finger clockwise along the left side of the case to adjust it for one hour, and slide it counterclockwise to adjust it for one hour.
4. When setting the minute hand, slide your finger clockwise along the right side of the case to adjust it for one minute forward, and slide it counterclockwise to adjust it for one minute backward.
5. To make the minute hand move forward faster, press and hold the case’s 4 o’clock position, and to make the minute move backward faster, press and hold the case’s 2 o’clock position.
6. To exit the setting mode, touch the watch at 8 o’clock for at least two seconds. The watch now emits two beeps. The setting mode is now disabled.

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