This Rado Watch is Inspired by Tennis

IT’S A MATCH. Beyond tapping the world’s second best tennis player Andy Murray, Rado has shown unwavering consistency in its support for tennis

 

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During the Miami Open in Florida, last March, it launched the brand new HyperChrome Match Point, a limited edition chronograph that’s drawn inspiration from the court.

At a glance, the watch glistens distinctly, thanks to the combination of matt plasma high-tech ceramic and polished stainless steel. The dial is eye-catching yet quite simple to comprehend: All watch hands with a black veneer show the local time, while the rhodium-colored hands keep track of the chronograph timing.

The chronograph minute sub-dial at 9 o’clock adopts a tennis reference showing 30 points, while the chronograph hour counter at 6 o’clock is striking with tennis racquet-like lines.