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Rado's tennis-themed timepiece


Rado serves a new tennis-themed mini-collection of HyperChrome Court ceramic timepieces.

Debuting at this year’s Baselworld Watch Fair, the HyperChrome Court collection by Rado has been inspired by tennis-playing surfaces, with Super-LumiNova glow accents in blue, green and orange.

Features on the limited-edition watch include a black oscillating rota, an automatic chronograph and a 42-hour power reserve.

HyperChrome Court (blue) £3,150 by RADO; 0845-272 3200


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