The 43mm chronograph is offered in three variations; a circular-brushed bronze watch with blue highlights and a sunray dial and two polished stainless steel models with black or blue accents and gradient dials.
Each watch is supplied with a selection of three quick-change straps, including a metal bracelet with the stainless steel model.
The bi-compax chronograph features a glassbox sapphire crystal, polished ceramic bezel ring with quarter-hour indications and applied, Super-LumiNova-filled indices. Screw-down caseback and screw-in pushers and crown allow for 300 meter water resistance.
The watch is powered by a new R801 automatic chronograph movement which features a Nivachron anti-magnetic hairspring and a 59-hour power reserve.
The Captain Cook Chronograph is out now via Rado, with prices starting at £3,440 GBP (approximately $4,315 USD).
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