New Colours and Materials for the Singer Reimagined 1969 Chrono and 1969 Timer

Singer Reimagined, founded by Rob Dickinson of Singer Vehicle Design fame and Marco Borraccino, a watch designer, raced into the watch world with the Track 1, an incredible 1970s-inspired chronograph with a high-end movement designed by watch wizard Jean-Marc Wiederrecht (Agenhor). Capitalising on the profound ties between petrol heads and cog heads, Singer Reimagined is back with new dial colours and a bronze case for its 1969 Chronograph and Timer models unveiled last year.
The Singer Reimagined 1969 models, with their distinctive helmet-style cases, tap into the zeitgeist of 1969. Compared to the 43mm Track 1 or Flytrack, the 40mm case of the 1969 is more wrist-friendly and has a thinner profile of 13.8mm. high quality replica watches
Joining the inaugural black dial versions, high quality replica watches the latest 1969 Chronograph and 1969 Timer are revisited in bronze cases (a first for Singer) with matte green dials or steel cases with sunray-grey dials. The 100m water-resistant cases alternate circular and straight brushed surfaces with polished bevels.
The bronze models are paired with khaki textile straps with Velcro fastening, while the stainless steel ones come with the newly designed tapering steel bracelet with H-shaped links. All four variants of the 1969 models will be limited in production to 25 pieces in 2024. high quality replica watches