With its involvement in tennis and its recent pick up of winning player Andy Murray as an ambassador – whom we interviewed here – Rado is right on point with its HyperChrome Court Collection of watches. The new line is inspired by the three surfaces on watch professional tennis is played: hard, grass and clay courts. All watches are black and feature colors of the courts. The hard court is represented by a brilliant blue model, grass by a green accented piece and clay by a bold orange. The dial feature hands and markers that are SuperLuminova to glow in the dark.
The watches are made of scratch resistant matt high-tech, lightweight ceramic, sandblasted for a winning look. Each houses an automatic chronograph ETA 2894-2 caliber with 42 hours of power reserve and lack oscillating rotor. When we were in Key Biscayne recently at the
Sony Open with Redo, we had the chance to get up close and personal with these watches and they are grand slam winners. Our persona favorite—the clay orange.