“The connection over design and engineering was instant.”

Singer Reimagined was born from an encounter between Rob Dickinson, the founder of Singer Vehicle Design, and Marco Borraccino, a well-known watch designer.

The connection over design and engineering was instant. During almost a year, Rob in California and Marco in Geneva riffed on cars, music, watches and a shared fascination with mechanical icons, particularly the iconic sport-classic chronographs of the late 1960s and ‘70s.

From this discussion an idea was born; to create mighty timepieces that would reimagine high-watchmaking.

It was at this point that a decisive encounter with a third pillar of the collaboration took place. Marco shared his idea for a unique chronograph with famed Master watchmaker Jean-Marc Wiederrecht, who was prepared for skepticism. This quickly turned to enthusiasm as Marco unveiled his drawings.

Marco Borraccino & Rob Dickinson
Jean-Marc Wiederrecht - Agenhor
Jean-Marc Wiederrecht - Agenhor

From
Los Angeles
to Geneva

Rob in Californnia and Marco in Geneva riffed on cars, music, watches and a shared fascination with mechanical icons.
Rob in California and Marco in Geneva riffed on cars, music, watches and a shared fascination with mechanical icons.

2018 and beyond, a radical focus on function: the chronograph

The Track1 is a radical re-engineering of the chronograph.

Its sleek lines frame a highly innovative and complex design with an unprecedented display made possible by a revolutionary movement, the Agengraphe.

Ten years in the making, this groundbreaking automatic calibre goes beyond the limitations imposed by preceding mechanisms, enabling a centralized indication of the chronograph functions, thus enabling a radical focus on legibility and performance.

The time of day is presented in striking relief around the periphery of the dial by the small pointer at 6 o’clock, floating just above 2 rotating discs.