Singer Reimagined was devised under a simple premise: to bring a new face to automotive-inspired wristwear through the evolution of heritage design. While the brand has been achieving its goal with relative ease, there are times when a quintessential revision takes place, setting a standard for each example to come. The newly-revealed “Flytrack’ capsule is one such collection.
The Flytrack line arrives as a three-watch innovation of the traditional choreograph. The collection’s aptly-named tachymeter, pulsometer, and telemeter, feature references to the company’s timeless graduations, while still adopting new, standardized traits like grade 5 titanium cases, 18-karat gold digits, and hand-polished accents. An accurate Agenhor AG6364 movement brings a 55-hour power reserve to the trio, complementing the collection’s newly-introduced, second-hand chronograph system. When it comes to aesthetics, the watches are in-line with Singer’s preemptive offerings, bringing auto-inspired dials, premium leathers, and a tasteful, refreshing presence to its classic chronograph silhouette. Head to Singer Reimagined’s website to check out the trio (and pick up one of your own) for $$28,875.
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