Rado Hyperchrome Match Point Watch Review
Friday - 17 April 2015
Professional tennis player, Andy Murray proudly receives the new Rado Hyperchrome Match Point timepiece.
The exchange took place in Florida with the excitement of the Miami Open in Crandon Park, Key Biscayne upon us. Andy Murray is an official ambassador of Rado and was the perfect suitor to own the tennis inspired timepiece. The core influence is demonstrated on the dial of the sporty watch with the seconds counter positioned at 3 o’clock marked at 00, 15 and 40 with the 30 score present on the minute counter; obviously referencing the score system of tennis. The chronograph hours counter adopts a net-like pattern to echo the appearance of a tennis bat and reinforce the sporting inspiration. The sophisticated timepiece is crafted in a matt plasma high-tech monobloc case and bracelet, which is extremely comfortable due to its lightweight structure.
The warm metallic shine of the plasma high-tech ceramic allows for the instrument to adapt to all occasions. Embracing both an elegant and sporty aesthetic the timepiece can transfer from the tennis courts to a business dinner easily; as Andy Murray demonstrates whilst wearing his crisp white shirt and grey blazer with the Rado Hyperchrome Match Point secured to his wrist. The tachymeter scale engaged around the polished bezel cements the sporty feel without loosing the luxury, exquisite intention.
Get Andy Murray’s look with the Hyperchrome Match Point watch at Jura Watches.
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