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RADO HYPERCHROME SKELETON AUTOMATIC CHRONOGRAPH

24 March 2018

Displaying watchmaking ability, design know-how and an understanding of modern manly style, the HyperChrome Skeleton Automatic Chronograph is a watch that’s guaranteed to get a second glance – at the bar, in the gym, in the office or even on your daily commute. Crafted from matt black high-tech ceramic, the HyperChrome Skeleton sports a stark yet subtle look. Created by firing ceramic components at 1,450°C in a high-tech oven, super hard high-tech ceramic develops its matt black finish through an extensive sand blasting and finishing process.  With the HyperChrome Skeleton, you’ll need to look twice because there’s so much to see – and it’s all intriguing. The skeletonised or “open worked” movement has had its plate and bridges cut away, exposing the inner design elements of the movement within. Encased in matt black high-tech ceramic and offset by a polished black bezel, this is as far as you can push transparency and still retain a high level of readability. This is a watch for men with confidence and self-assured style. The HyperChrome Skeleton has nothing to hide

 

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