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London calling for the Singer Track1
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London calling for the Singer Track1

Thursday, 19 September 2019
By The FHH Journal editors
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Singer follows its Launch, Geneva and Hong Kong editions with the Track1 London Edition. The unveiling took place at the opening of Phillips Perpetual, the auction house’s new platform that will feature a permanent display of Singer watches.

The elegant and technically innovative looks of the Singer Reimagined Track1 London Edition are underscored with a subtle blue dial. Its sunray brushed center is framed by a circular brushed minute track. Refined for optimum readability of the signature centralized chronograph display, the orange hands contrast boldly against the dial. The current time can be read digitally on a pair of rotating discs on the outer perimeter via a fixed marker

Track1 London Edition © Singer
Track1 London Edition © Singer

43mm in diameter, the sleek barrel-shaped case is fashioned out of grade 5 titanium, with alternating brushed and polished surfaces. For optimal operations and wearing comfort, the crown is partly recessed at 4 o’clock and the ergonomic rounded chronograph pushers are located on either side of the case. Turning the watch over, the exhibition case-back offers an unimpeded view of the revolutionary self-winding chronograph movement.

Track1 London Edition © Singer
Track1 London Edition © Singer

The AgenGraphe, the calibre powering the Singer Track1 stands apart from all previous chronograph movements. The result of a decade of development, this groundbreaking piece of mechanical ingenuity completely redefines fundamental principles that have remained unchanged for decades. The underlying idea that led to the invention of the AgenGraphe was to enhance the legibility of the chronograph – which is usually poor – with the use of small counters spread out across the dial. Thanks to a radically new architecture, the AgenGraphe brings together all the chronograph functions in the centre of the watch, allowing for an easy and intuitive reading of elapsed time. To further enhance legibility, the chronograph incorporates jumping minute and hour indicators.

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