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With the Hyperchrome, Rado breathes new life into its ceramic DNA. Thanks to the huge variety of colours and designs, the Hyperchrome series has the right model for everyone.  More

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Buy affordable certified Rado Hyperchrome at Watchmaster

Rado have built up a loyal fan base in the world of luxury watches through their will to innovate and continue to convince watch lovers with the quality of their creations time and time again. And thus the Lengnau-based company manages to continually captivate watch enthusiasts with its diverse Rado Hyperchrome series.

Visual and technical features of the Hyperchrome

The design concept of the Hyperchrome series was based on vintage models from Rado. But Rado also advanced on a technical level with its monobloc case crafted from a single sleek piece of injected ceramic, doing away with the stainless steel core that was required previously. However, Rado didn’t exclude stainless steel elements entirely. Rather, it used them to instead highlight certain parts of the watch, such as the case flanks. A further advancement followed in 2015, when Rado’s high-tech ceramics were given a new colour. The first models available in a dark brown tone were offered as part of the Hyperchrome series. Nowadays the range includes more than 70 Hyperchrome models. The production process at Rado also enables them to offer each individual Hyperchrome model in a wide range of sizes and variants. The case diameters range between 36 mm and 45 mm. As the ceramic used is particularly light, the large sports chronographs from the Hyperchrome collection are also very comfortable to wear and won't get in the way of everyday life or sport activities.

Inside the Rado Hyperchrome watches, reliable automatic movements based on ETA movements provide the required power. These include the Calibre 2894 in chronographs and the C07 movement, which with its improved barrel has a power reserve of up to 80 hours.

How much does a pre-owned Rado Hyperchrome cost?

If you want to buy a Rado Hyperchrome, you can choose from a wide range of pre-owned and brand new Hyperchrome models. Rado is known for offering its ceramic watches in a wide variety of colours and designs. Another advantage is the relatively low price of the Hyperchrome.

  • If you are about to buy your first Rado Hyperchrome and you find black watches particularly appealing, we highly recommend the Ref. R32265152. This elegant model is in the classic Rado style. Shining black ceramic, a clear dial and a reliable automatic movement make this Hyperchrome a statement timepiece that you will be sure to enjoy for a long time. For a price of just €1,150, this watch could be yours.

  • However, Rado offers something entirely different with the all-white Hyperchrome (Ref. R32483702). The 36 mm ladies' watch radiates a cool elegance and has a certain charisma thanks to diamond indices and a diamond-studded bezel. For €4,050 this watch could be on your wrist in no time.

  • The Hyperchrome (Ref. R32165102) is an elegant men's watch with a powerful appearance. With this 42 mm Hyperchrome watch, the current date is displayed at 3 o'clock and a second time zone can be tracked using the central 24-hour display. This trustee everyday companion is available for a price of €1,750.

  • If you prefer something a bit sportier, then the Hyperchrome Captain Cook (Ref. R32500105) is sure to be a winner for you at just €1,650. While this is a classic minimalist design with large indices and a wide bezel, there are inevitably a few modern twists. The 37.3 mm ceramic case houses a precise automatic movement and can be easily attached to the wrist with a grey leather strap.

  • So you don't just see the world black and white, right? Then try telling that to the Hyperchrome (Ref. R32119102). The anthracite-coloured bracelet and case give the watch a classy touch without making the watch look too dark, while the flanks and hands are highlighted with eye-catching rose gold. The three-hand model is water-resistant up to 100 metres and has an ETA 2892A2 automatic movement with a 42-hour power reserve. This Hyperchrome model costs €2,250 pre-owned.

  • The fact that Rado are more than capable of just making ceramic watches is proven by the Hyperchrome (Ref. R32188902). Since 2019 Rado has also been offering stainless steel versions of the Hyperchrome. The three-part bicolour bracelet gives the watch a sporty feel, which is harmoniously combined with the precious mother-of-pearl dial and diamond indices. This watch is currently available at Watchmaster for €1,060.

How Rado achieved world fame with the Hyperchrome

When Rado set out on their mission more than 30 years ago to revolutionize the world of luxury watches with its innovative ceramic creations, there was arguably a sense of zeitgeist that made the watches desirable. But innovation has since become a tradition at Rado. In 2012, the company demonstrated its qualities as an inventive watchmaker once more with the Hyperchrome series.

Other series from Rado

  • With its classic silhouette the True series is far from being an old hat. Equipped with the latest technology and available in a variety of different designs, this series is sure to bring pleasure to fans and new customers alike.

  • Thanks to sapphire glass and plasma ceramic, you can marvel at the immaculate appearance of your chosen Centrix. In addition, the Centrix collection offers everything you could wish for in a dress watch, from bicolour versions to skeletonised dials.

  • The Integral has been delighting watch lovers since 1986 and made history as the first Rado watch to be made of high-tech ceramic. The series has constantly been adapted to suit modern tastes and is therefore more contemporary than ever before.

  • The Esenza stands out with its elliptical shape and purist dial design. The only reference points are four gemstones that symbolise 12, 3, 6 and 9 o'clock. In 2013 Rado produced a version of the Esenza in which four touch sensors were built into the monobloc case, allowing the watch to be controlled by a simple touch.

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