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Singer Reimagined Drops Skeleton Dial Track1 Chronograph in Forged Carbon

Aug 16, 2022

Singer Reimagined uses an open dial on its Track1 chronograph to answer one of the brand’s most frequently asked questions.

The central chronograph Agengraphe movement used by Singer Reimagined is made by Jean-Marc Wiederrecht’s Genevan complication specialist, Agenhor, is an automatic but the location of its winding rotor is not immediately obvious.

The open dial on the Track1 – SKLT CARBON Edition reveals the rotor spinning just below the dial, a feature which leaves an unobstructed view of the Agengraphe’s complicated movement architecture through the sapphire crystal caseback.

The time, indicated by two rotating rings for hours and minutes – inscribed in gold Super-LumiNova – is read against a pointer at the six o’clock position.

The 43mm case has been milled from a single block of forged carbon, which allows for 100m water resistance.

The Track1 – SKLT CARBON, which is presented on a natural rubber strap, is available now as a limited edition of 25 pieces via Singer Reimagined retailers, priced CHF 60,000 ($63,000 USD).

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