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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