Most watch manufacturers these days are interested in creating a complex timepiece that boasts the most up-to-date innovations, precise movements, and outlandish style. But sometimes, simplicity is key — and Singer Reimagined has channeled that perfectly with their most recent offering, the Flytrack Concept Watch.
Singer’s upcoming timepiece is an exercise in timeless form, introducing a slimmed down silhouette that focuses on readability over excessive design. The straightforward watch was conceptualized as a user-friendly iteration, optimizing the horological experience through a simple, continuous action that allows for consecutive measurement of short time intervals. A 300-piece hand-wound mechanical movement housed within the timepiece’s 43mm Grade 5 titanium case is protected by an anti-reflective sapphire crystal — necessary for optimal function. Aside from the tasteful aesthetic of the watch, it also features a water resistance down to 100 meters and a 52-hour power reserve, ensuring precise and continuous functionality, regardless of the adventure.
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