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Rado HyperChrome: Cutting-edge Watches for Everyday Wear

The Rado HyperChrome’s cutting-edge build is something that Rado takes pride in. The watches have their monobloc cases in high-tech plasma ceramic. The cases are made through plasma carburizing white ceramic at up to 900°C and precision-molding the material in one piece. The resulting cases are scratch-resistant, hypoallergenic, and hard yet lightweight. 

Rado HyperChrome timepieces also integrate bracelets that come in the innovative material or their hybrid variant, Ceramos. Ceramos is a combination of high-tech ceramic and alloy. It is known for its impressive fade-resistance and color adaptability, which make the watches look brand new for a long time.

Prices at a Glance: Most Popular Rado HyperChrome Watches

Model

Price

(approx.)

Size

Features

Rado HyperChrome Automatic Chronograph Ref. R32120202

$3,769 USD

45mm

● Plasma high-tech ceramic stainless-steel case

● Ceramos titanium bracelet

● Tachymeter

● Blue dial with three sub-dials

● Date window

● Rado Caliber 2894

● 45-hour power reserve

● 100m water resistance

Rado HyperChrome Tennis AutomaticChronograph Ref. R32022312

$4,750 USD

45mm

● Limited edition

● Green dial with three sub-dials

● Tachymeter

● Date window

● Plasma high-tech ceramic stainless-steel case

● Ceramos titanium bracelet

● Rado Caliber 2894

● 45-hour power reserve

● 100m water resistance

Rado HyperChrome Automatic Open Heart Ref. R32028302

$2,750 USD

42mm

● Openwork dial

● Plasma high-tech ceramic, stainless steel or PVD, and titanium case

● Plasma high-tech ceramic titanium bracelet

● Rado Caliber C07 Skeleton

● 80-hour power reserve

● 50m water resistance

Rado HyperChrome 1314 Ref. R32256702

$3,000 USD

42mm

● Limited edition

● Diamond indexes

● Plasma high-tech ceramic, stainless steel or PVD, and titanium case

● Ceramos titanium bracelet

● Dark gray dial

● Date window

● 80-hour power reserve

● Automatic

Rado HyperChrome 1314 Ref. R32041702

$3,000 USD

36mm

● Limited edition

● Diamond indexes

● Plasma high-tech ceramic, stainless steel,and titanium case

● Ceramos titanium bracelet

● Blue dial

● Date window

● 38-hour power reserve

● Automatic

Rado HyperChrome Automatic Ref. R32256012

$2,700 USD

42mm

● Rose gold-tone hands and indexes

● Silver dial

● Date window

● Plasma high-tech ceramic, titanium, and stainless steel or PVD case

● Ceramos titanium bracelet

● 80-hour power reserve

● 50m water resistance

Rado HyperChrome Automatic Ref. R32041312

$2,700 USD

36mm

● Green dial

● Silver-toned hands and indexes

● Date window

● Plasma high-tech ceramic, titanium, and stainless-steel case

● Ceramos titanium bracelet

● Rado Caliber 2681

● 38-hour power reserve

● 50m water resistance

Rado HyperChrome Automatic Diamonds Ref. R32260712

$2,950 USD

36mm

● Round diamond and Arabic numeral indexes

● Blue dial

● Black date window

● Plasma high-tech ceramic stainless-steel case

● Plasma high-tech ceramic titanium bracelet

● 38-hour power reserve

● 50m water resistance

Rado HyperChrome Automatic Diamonds Ref. R32523722

$7,700 USD

36mm

● Black diamond-paved dial

● Diamond-embellished rose gold-toned bezel

● Rose gold-toned hands

● Plasma high-tech ceramic, titanium, and stainless steel or PVD case

● Ceramos titanium bracelet

● 38-hour power reserve

● 50m water resistance

Rado HyperChrome Automatic Diamonds Ref. R32052012

$4,550 USD

36mm

● Diamond-embellished rose gold-toned bezel

● Rose gold-tone hands and indexes

● Silver dial

● Date window

● Plasma high-tech ceramic, stainless steel or PVD, and titanium case

● Ceramos titanium bracelet

● Rado Caliber 2681

● 38-hour power reserve

● 50m water resistance

 

How much is a Rado HyperChrome watch? 

A Rado HyperChrome watch is worth $1,000 USD to $8,000 USD, depending on the complications and precious gems used. Here are the HyperChrome watches with the highest demand and how much they are priced:

Prices for the Rado HyperChrome Chronograph Watches

The Rado HyperChrome Automatic Chronograph is priced between $2,000 USD and $5,000 USD. With a tachymeter scale on the bezel, three chronograph subdials on the face, and a 100m water resistance rating, this timepiece is great for outdoor activities.

Some versions adopt two of Rado’s revolutionary ceramic materials, high-tech plasma ceramic, and Ceramos. An example is the Rado HyperChrome Automatic Chronograph Ref. R32120202, which is priced at $3,769 USD.

There are also variants inspired by sports, such as the Rado HyperChrome Tennis Automatic Chronograph Ref. R32022312 that goes for $4,750 USD. This limited-edition timepiece is iconic because of its green dial with a vertical brushed finish that looks like the floor of a tennis court.

Prices for the Rado HyperChrome 1314 Models

The Rado HyperChrome 1314 was released for Valentine’s Day 2015, featuring a design inspired by undying love. The timepiece’s inspiration is reflected by its scratch- and fade-resistant high-tech plasma ceramic housing and shiny diamond indexes.

The watch has versions in the typical dial sizes for men and women. The Rado HyperChrome 1314 Ref. R32256702 ($3,000 USD) and Rado HyperChrome 1314 Ref. R32041702 ($2,950 USD) bear the same style but differ in terms of dimensions. The watches measure 42mm and 36mm in diameter, respectively.

Prices for the Rado HyperChrome Open Heart Series

The Rado HyperChrome Open Heart got its name from how its dial looks. This piece does not use a skeletonized or transparent face, instead utilizing a dial that has a central cutout hole and applied indexes on the edges. The view is wide enough for you to marvel at the internal mechanism that makes the watch tick.

The Rado HyperChrome Automatic Open Heart Ref. R32028302 is quoted at $2,750 USD. There is a pricier and more sophisticated version with precious gemstones on the bezel, the HyperChrome Automatic Open Heart Diamonds Ref. R32029152 is worth $4,550 USD.

Prices for the Rado HyperChrome Automatic Watches

The Rado HyperChrome Automatic, priced between $2,000 USD and $3,000 USD, is the most minimalistic high-tech ceramic release from the Rado HyperChrome collection. The watch is characterized by its clean dial with just the hands, dagger indexes, and date display at 3 o’clock. It also comes in 42mm- and 36mm- diameter variants.

The model that looks the neatest is the Rado HyperChrome Automatic Ref. R32256012 because of its silver dial that is housed in a rose gold-colored case. The timepiece is listed at $2,500 USD. The Rado HyperChrome Automatic Ref. R32041312 is the alternate version of this watch, sporting an unconventional dial hue in its design. The watch goes for $2,700 USD.

Prices for the Rado HyperChrome Automatic Diamonds 

Like its name suggests, the Rado HyperChrome Automatic Diamonds is embellished with diamonds that line the dial, bezel, or indexes. Depending on the style, the Rado HyperChrome timepiece’s price ranges from $2,000 USD to $8,000 USD.

Versions with diamond-paved faces, including the Rado HyperChrome Automatic Diamonds Ref. R32523722, go for $7,700 USD. The glimmer of the crystals on the watches’ black dials resembles twinkling stars in the night sky.

Variants with diamonds on the bezels, such as the Rado HyperChrome Automatic Diamonds Ref. R32052012, cost $4,550 USD. The rings the crystals are on come in a silver or rose gold hue, making the timepieces look even more prestigious.

Models with diamond-studded indexes, meanwhile, exude refined elegance. An example is the Rado HyperChrome Automatic Diamonds Ref. R32260712 that costs $2,950 USD. The watch is the best variant to pair with any outfit.

Is the Rado HyperChrome a good investment? 

A recently launched Rado HyperChrome watch is hard to resell because most variants are still produced. Several experts recommend the 2017 Rado HyperChrome Captain Cook Limited Edition as the better model to buy as an investment. The diver HyperChrome watch is easy to resell for a higher price. That is because it is already rare given that there were just 1,962 pieces made, and it was an iconic BaselWorld release.

Rado HyperChrome’s History: Built to Be Revolutionary

The Rado HyperChrome watch was made to be revolutionary. Launched in 2012, it improved on the technology of the Rado True Thinline timepiece, shedding the stainless-steel core in favor of a high-tech plasma ceramic case.

In 2014, the timepiece showcased another innovation. The HyperChrome Dual Timer watch of that year impressed the industry because it can switch time zones with one touch.

From 2015 to 2016, the HyperChrome 1314 and Automatic Chronograph were released. The former depicted eternal love through its name and long-lasting ceramic build. The latter showed that pairing a high-tech ceramic case with a Ceramos bracelet is stylish. 

In 2017, the limited-edition HyperChrome Captain Cook was unveiled at BaselWorld. The model was based on the original Rado Captain Cook diver’s watch of the 1960s that also had a thick rotatable bezel, and baton, and triangular indexes. The timepiece was improved with a scratch-resistant ceramic insert.

By 2018, Rado emphasized the impressive build of the HyperChrome inside and out. The HyperChrome Automatic Open Heart launched that year, for example, integrated the in-house skeletal caliber C07 which can be seen from its cutout dial. The automatic movement displayed is flawless and powerful, providing 80 hours of power per winding cycle.

During the same period, the HyperChrome became more elegant through the addition of diamonds on the dial. Even with crystals, the timepiece was still wearable for sports and casual occasions, like the rest of the models from the collection.

5 Reasons to Buy a Rado HyperChrome Watch 

Here are five reasons why buyers want the timepiece:

1.  The Rado HyperChrome has the right balance of sporty, casual, and formal design elements.

2. The watch is durable yet lightweight because of the high-tech plasmaceramic material.

3. The timepiece comes in a range of colors, including green which is unusual in watches.

4. The watch has affordable variants that are ideal for buyers who are new to the brand.

5. The timepiece is from Rado, a reputable watchmaker that has been in the industry since 1917.

Famous Patrons of the Rado HyperChrome 

With the Rado HyperChrome being versatile when it comes to style, it is no wonder that its patrons include the biggest names in the world of sports to films. Below are three famous people who proudly wore a timepiece from this collection:

Ashleigh Barty

Australian tennis superstar Ashleigh Barty, who was ranked as No. 1 by the Women’s Tennis Association, is an endorser of the Rado brand. There is even a HyperChrome watch made in her name, the Ash Barty Limited Edition of 2019. The ceramic timepiece is white all over, featuring a mother-of-pearl dial and diamond-encrusted bezel.

Andy Murray

British tennis professional, Andy Murray, was a former brand ambassador of Rado. He wore a HyperChrome XXL when he won the 2013 Wimbledon Championship. The timepiece is slightly bigger than regular HyperChrome watches, having a diameter of 45mm, but also made of Rado’s plasma high-tech ceramic from the case to the bracelet.

Hrithik Roshan

Famous Indian actor Hrithik Roshan is also a present-day endorser of Rado. He has a lot of watches given that. In an interview with India Today, he mentioned that his favorite among the Rado collections is the HyperChrome.

Rado HyperChrome: Ceramic Watch That Meets Every Style

The Rado HyperChrome is one sleek timepiece that goes well with any fashion ensemble. The watch matches rugged, simple, and glamorous getups, thanks to its high-tech ceramic housing that can be made in different styles. The versatility brought by Rado's self-developed ceramic is the X factor that will continue to make buyers choose the HyperChrome over any other everyday watch.

 

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