Singer Reimagined has revealed its latest watch innovation, the Flytrack. The new model rethinks the chronograph with a "time only" design that is built around the idea that sixty seconds is the most used measurement for elapsed time calculations. So what they've done is created three individual watches that focus on the most popular dial graduations: tachymeter, pulsometer, and telemeter. Timing on each watch is activated simply by pressing on the pusher at 2 o'clock, activating their proprietary system that transforms the second-hand into a chronograph hand.
Pushing and releasing the button immediately resets and restarts the hand and it can be used to zero-reset the watch to precisely set the time. The three models will feature grade 5 titanium cases with matte, micro-blasted finishing and hand-polished accents and an 18k gold digit will also be hand-applied to the bottom of the case in the limited Prime Edition models. The watch's movement is the Agenhor AG6364, which features 314 components and a 55-hour power reserve.
CHF 26,500 (approx. $28,875), singerreimagined.com