The Rado HyperChrome Court Collection

  • 01 Oct
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Rado serves up another ace with its tennis focused mini-collection  

(Lengnau, Switzerland – April 2013) Hard, grass and clay courts are standard fixtures on the professional circuit in the modern game of tennis and Rado tops the rankings with the stunning new tennis-inspired mini-collection from its Rado HyperChrome range.  These three new models each represent a different playing surface.  

The hard court is represented by the brilliant blue version, grass by gleaming green and clay by an audacious orange.  The dial details and hands of each model contain Super-LumiNova® to glow in the dark and help you shine – even during long-lasting endurance matches.  

White is normally the colour associated with tennis but Rado is typically unconventional with its latest offering. Each chronograph is dynamic, determined, powerful and made of scratch-resistant but lightweight black matt high-tech ceramic.  Sandblasted to perfection for a winning look, matt black high-tech ceramic adds an extra step in the already complex procedure for producing high-tech ceramic watch cases.  

Hard to beat
These strong looks will ensure you always look cool on court – no matter how hot it gets, and each super sporty tennis watch can also follow you off court to the pool, the beach, or – for tennis champions – your yacht.  

Whether you prefer to hit from the baseline, run in to the net, or play serve and volley, the Rado HyperChrome Court Collection is bound to complement your game.  Singles will find it a suitable doubles partner, and when it comes to the style stakes you’ll always be ‘in’. Forehands, backhands, volleys and smashes have never been so well-timed.  

Distinctive and eye-catching but with the subtle class and lightweight scratch-resistance associated with all the ceramic models in the Rado HyperChrome collection, the new Rado HyperChrome Court Collection offers comfort and cool in one perfectly formed package.  

Another ace from Rado.  

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