Reengineering the chronograph was not enough, Singer Track 1 goes even further. For the second edition of its revolutionary chronograph, Singer Reimagined has selected a luscious yellow gold case, a nod to iconic watches from the past.
Though linked to this classical DNA, the Track1 Geneva Edition nonetheless represents the bleeding edge of high-watchmaking design with its radical movement and presentation of the chronograph and time display.

Heritage and cutting edge

The Track 1 – Geneva Edition is showcased in a rare light yellow shade (1N) subtly finished with alternating brushed and polished surfaces. The design cues clearly hark from a golden age, namely the 1970s.

It is presented in contrasting black and gold, a stylish, luxurious color combination. The only exception is the orange hands for optimal readability.

The dial features a new layout with a unique large central chronograph counter. Its pure, minimal design allows for a radical focus on functionality as it should for a stop-watch. The chronograph indications and chapter ring have been moved to the outer part the dial, leaving the central area free for the Singer logo and script ‘Automatic Chronograph Track1’.

A gloss black finish highlights the matte gold discs and inscriptions. A delicate golden line runs horizontally through the dial as a final vintage note.

43 mm in diameter, the dynamic barrel-shaped case features an ergonomic shape emphasized by alternate sunray brushed and polished finishes. The start stop pushers are located on either side of the case for enhanced operations. The crown is seamlessly integrated into the base band.

The engine

While the chronograph is one of the most popular complications, most people do not realize that its mechanism is among the most complex to design and manufacture. The result of ten years of development, this groundbreaking piece of mechanical ingenuity is radically different from anything that has come before it, completely redefining fundamental principles that have remained unchanged for decades.

This groundbreaking timepiece of mechanical ingenuity is radically different from anything that has come before it.”

The underlying idea that led to the invention of the AgenGraphe was to enhance the legibility of the chronograph – which is usually poor due to the indications being spread out across the dial combined with the use of small counters. The AgenGraphe brings together all the chronograph functions in the center of the watch, allowing for an easy and intuitive reading of elapsed time. Achieving this required radically new movement architecture in order to create space centrally for the chronograph mechanism. As a result, the timekeeping functions are built into the periphery.

Function above all

At the watch’s heart, the Agengraphe movement redefines chronograph functionality. This groundbreaking automatic movement challenges principles that have remained unchanged for decades.

The centralized indication of the chronograph functions enables a radical focus on legibility and performance – as befits a truly sporting chronograph.

The dial features a new layout with a unique large central chronograph counter. Its pure, minimal design allows for a radical focus on functionality as it should for a stop-watch.

Handcrafted and custom

Singer Reimagined’s straps are manufactured with the same care and attention that Singer Vehicle Design lavishes on the interiors of our clients’ cars. With their distinctive square tip, the straps are crafted from rare and fine quality leathers by expert artisans in Geneva. Each strap is handmade, hand-stitched and the brand signature is subtly hot-stamped on the inner lining.

The Singer Track1 Geneva Edition is worn on a soft khaki calf leather strap with screw down rivets matching the color of the case. The folding buckle is in 18 ct. yellow gold 1N with polished edges and grade 5 titanium spring in black DLC.

Singer Reimagined offers a rich choice of custom-made straps upon request. These can be personalized to fit the style of each client.

Specifications

Movement

Caliber singer Reimagined 6361
Automatic mechanical movement column-wheel chronograph, AgenGraphe, Singer Reimagined exclusive 3×60 indication central chronograph

Number of parts
477

Number of jewels
67

Power reserve
Minimum 60 hours

Frequency
21’600 vph (3 Hz)

Functions
Hours & minutes on peripheral discs, instantaneous jumping hours (60 hours) and minutes chronograph hand (60 minutes), sweep chronograph second hand (60 seconds)

Case

material
18K yellow gold (1N)

diameter
43 mm

height
15 mm

crystal
Sapphire with double-sided antireflective coating

back
Screwed with sapphire crystal

water resistance
10 ATM / 100 meters

Strap

material
Khaki calf leather

rivets
Screw down rivets in brushed grade 5 titanium with ZrN coating

Buckle

Type
Folding buckle

Material
18K yellow gold (1N) with polished edges

Price

72’000 CHF
(excluding VAT and local taxes)