An independent watchmaker linked to Singer Vehicle Design, Singer Reimagined made a name for itself with a revolutionary chronograph, Track1, which was awarded the best chronograph at GPHG 2018. Track1 is inspired by the classic stopwatches of the 1960s and 1970s and stands out with its unique central chronograph display offering unprecedented legibility, while the time and minute indications are featured on the dial’s periphery with two rotating discs and an index at 6 o’clock. This innovative concept was made possible by an exceptional movement whose intricacies were visible via the caseback. The SKLT edition now also reveals elements that were previously hidden behind the dial.
Presented in pale (1N) yellow gold, the SKLT edition reveals the side of the Agengraphe that was hidden so far, in particular a distinctive minutes wheel shaped like car rims. Just underneath lies the rotor whose specific positioning is made possible precisely because the chronograph hands are on a central axis. Spinning with the slightest movement, it adds a playful, dynamic dimension to Track1. And rest assured, the exhibition caseback still allows you to admire the other side of the movement and its intricate, innovative architecture and 477 hand-finished parts! For more information about the watch and the revolutionary design of its movement, check out our introductory article here.
The rotating hours and minutes discs are in black ceramic filled in golden lume. The suspended transparent sapphire ring features the single base 60 scale dedicated to all chronograph functions. This Track1 signature feature allows each chrono hand (seconds, minutes and hours) to point to the same scale, improving legibility.
Availability & Price
The Singer Reimagined Track 1 SKLT edition is worn on a black textile strap fitted with a folding buckle. It is released in a limited edition of 15 pieces. The price is set at CHF 90,000.
For more information, please visit www.singerreimagined.com.