Singer Reimagined has now crafted three “time only” chronographs, taking a completely different approach to timekeeping from conventional designs.
With its latest project — named the Flytrack collection — the innovation-driven watchmaker has decided to rethink the classic chronograph, completely doing away with subdials and instead shifting its focus on the measurement of 60 seconds, which it considers the most commonly used scale for calculations based around elapsed time. Building three separate designs based around the tachymeter, pulsometer and telemeter, the watches keep time via an outer disc serving as the hour hand, a minute hand on the dial, and an orange seconds hand that doubles as the chronograph indicator. To activate the timer, you simply have to engage the pusher at 2 o’clock and press it once again to reset.
Rounding out the watch are other premium details including a grade 5 titanium case featuring a matte micro-blasted finish, a 314-component Agenhor AG364 movement, and a hand-applied 18k gold number at the bottom of the case.
For those interested, Singer Reimagined’s Flytrack collection is now available over on its website, each going for CHf 26,500 (approximately roughly $28,875 USD).
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