Quote Originally Posted by Henry Krinkle View Post
Rado does still give, or did give, COSC certificates/cards when the Integral chronometer was issued, so it should have a COSC certificate/card. When I had the movement in my Diastar 40 replaced in 2012(?), Rado issued me a new COSC card for it, rather than the old style certificate.
I wished Rado would just replace my movement then and offer me the lost certificate I so sought after.

I think that picture is all this Integral comes with, so it has no COSC card I'm afraid. Maybe its another Integral model or does it really look like that one? That one is on sale at Ashford for less than 600$ if it was a chronometer in disguise, it'd be a friggin' awesome helluva deal. If it isn't, meh.