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Swiss watchmaker RADO held a special event earlier this month with British tennis player Cameron Norrie. The event, held at the Hullingham Club,replica omega a historic social club located in Fulham, London, England, was also the occasion to unveil the first limited edition to celebrate the partnership with Cameron Norrie, who joined as brand ambassador last year.
The new Captain Cook x Cameron Norrie Limited Edition is presented in stainless steel. The case is 42mm in diameter and 12.3mm thick, and with a screw-down crown, it guarantees water resistance to 300m, equivalent to a professional diver's watch. The spec itself is not much different from the existing Captain Cook 42mm model, and it is slimmer than the Captain Cook High-Tech Ceramic Diver, so it is comfortable to wear.
The unidirectional rotating bezel has a shiny green high-tech ceramic insert that is scratch- and discoloring-resistant. Laser engraved 60 minute diving scale and filled with white Superluminova. The front glass uses a thick box-shaped sapphire crystal with anti-reflective coating on both sides to complete the collection's retro style, inheriting the company's 1960s diver's watch.
The Captain Cook x Cameron Nori Limited Edition first catches the eye with a green gradient dial that darkens from the center outwards. Anyone can tell that the color is inspired by tennis courts and tennis balls. However, by processing the gradation rather than a uniform tone, it gives a more subtle feeling and reflects the recent trend.
The polished silver-colored indexes and hands are coated with white Super-LumiNova to ensure sufficient readability even in low-light conditions. Above the brand logo,replica watches you can always see the moving anchor symbol of the Rado collection with a purple color backplate. And at the 12, 3, 6, and 8 o'clock positions of the dark green colored chapter ring, you can see luminous dots coated with greenish yellow Super-LumiNova. It is said that the match was made in the same way as the tennis scoring system, 15/30/40 points per game.