Singer Built 25 $50K Watches From Zirconium-Finished Titanium & Ceramic

Nov 20, 2019

Category: Style

Back with the fifth edition of its sport-inspired Track1 chronograph, the Los-Angeles-firm-turned-elite-Swiss-horological-outfit has just unveiled the newest limited run of its award-winning watch with the Track1 Emirates Edition. Starting with the exterior, Singer Reimagined’s Emirate-spec comes in a ceramic-aluminum case in a matte black finish, created through an involved oxidation process and electro-plasma manufacturing technique.

The smooth, matte case is juxtaposed by polished, golden zirconium nitride-brushed grade 5 titanium accents and a dial adorned in deep khaki green — a hue selected for its ability to compliment gold detailing. Inside its 43mm case lies a 488-piece 6361 automatic movement with a column-wheel Agengraphe chronograph, automatic caliber, and a cool 55-hour power reserve. The sophisticated face is paired with a matching green textile strap with a DLC-treated folding clasp and grade 5 titanium screw-down rivets benefitting from the same ZrN-treatment as the dial and case. Limited to only 25 units worldwide, the Singer Reimagined Singer Track1 Emirates Edition is priced at $50,470.

Purchase: $50,470

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