Singer Track1 Chronograph

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Singer Track1 Chronograph

Post by Racer-X » June 8th 2017, 7:28pm

by Xavier Markl "Must see! The Singer Track1 is the type of watch that makes you stop in your tracks. It’s beautiful, sharp, inspired and powered by a mind-blowing chronograph movement. Today, we’re taking a closer look at how Singer is rebirthing the sport chronograph, elevating it to a whole new level – just like Singer Vehicle Design and his founder Rob Dickinson did with the iconic 911."

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Re: Singer Track1 Chronograph

Post by MKTheVintageBloke » June 8th 2017, 7:54pm

The watch is stunning, the Agenhor ebauche inside is truly something unusual, but I fail to see, why at that price point one would get a sports chrono from a car manufacturer, rather than something that's not necessarily a chrono, but was made by one of the big-time high-end manufacturers...
Also, a costly watch from a company, that has pretty much never dealt with watches before, is a bit of a bad idea- as the future of the resale value (should it be of importance to someone) of such watches is rather uncertain; it can lose some of it, or decrease to an extent, where it'll be a truly shitty deal for the owner, to whom the watch is not a keeper.
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