Singer Reimagined Introduces the Divetrack

A serious-looking diving chronograph.

As a sister brand of Singer Vehicle Design, the “restomod” outfit specialising in Porsche 911s, Singer Reimagined naturally got its start with auto-racing inspired chronographs, namely the Track 1. Now the brand has pivoted and debuted its first diving watch, the Divetrack Chronograph.

Decidedly oversized – the diameter is 49 mm – the Divetrack has the aesthetics of a dive timer, but also the functionality thanks to a clever case and dial construction. And like the Track 1, the Divetrack is powered by the smart AgenGraphe movement that consolidates all of the chronograph indicators onto the central axis.

Initial thoughts

Oversized dive watches are cool. Watch nerds appreciate them for the technology, design, and function even if no one really uses them for the intended purpose. This applies to the Seiko Tuna, Rolex Deepsea Challenge, and now the Divetrack.

At 49 mm in diameter and almost 20 mm high, the Divetrack is unabashedly oversized. It has an appealing instrument-like design along with a clever decompression scale on the dial. And the Agenhor movement inside ranks amongst the most inventive chronograph movements on the market.

But the Divetrack is priced at CHF85,000, which is surprisingly high. In comparison, the Track 1 in titanium or aluminium costs about CHF50,000. The number is difficult to justify regardless of how you slice it. Although the movement has been modified for a 24-hour counter, the modification isn’t a major one. Still, the small edition run of 25 means all of them will probably find a buyer.

A diving tool

The Divetrack is presented in an enormous but lightweight titanium case with open-worked lugs that measures 49 mm in diameter and 19.67 mm high. The thickness is due in part to the peripheral time display: a ring with the hour numerals and minute marking is visible through a sapphire window below the bezel. Through it, the time is read against a luminous triangle on the case.

The time shown is 8:45

Also accounting for the thickness is the tall, knurled bezel that is stainless steel, which is also used for the crown and crown guard. Coated with a red ceramic layer, the crown guard swivels out to reveal the pusher to start, stop, and reset the chronograph.

With the time display on the side of the case, the chronograph is occupies the entirety of the dial. There are three elapsed time hands on the central axis: a slim seconds hand, a wide orange hand for the minutes, and a small triangular pointer for the hours. The seconds hand is sweeping, while the hour and minute hands are jumping, allowing for more accurate reading of the elapsed time.

The orange minute hand tracks the dive and decompression times when read against the unidirectional rotating bezel. More unusual is the central hour counter with segments marked “Chill”, “Dive”, and “Fly”. This is meant as an indicator of whether it’s suitable to dive.

For example, the chronograph is reset and started after a dive. After six hours of “Chill” time on the surface have passed, diving can resume. Similarly, the chronograph can be started after surfacing and getting on an airplane can only be done after 18 hours have passed.

The Divetrack is powered by a variant of the AgenGraphe movement found in the Track 1. Whereas the Track 1 has triple counters each measuring up to 60 units (seconds, minutes, and hours), the Divetrack movement measures 60 seconds, 60 minutes, and 24 hours. This modification also extends the movement’s power reserve to 72 hours, compared to 55 hours in the standard calibre.

Produced by Geneva complications specialist Agenhor, the AgenGraphe is also found in the Moser Streamliner Chronograph (and last year Moser’s parent took a stake in Agenhor). Like many of Agenhor’s movements, the AgenGraphe is a clever construction with an inventive approach to the chronograph.

Most of the chronograph mechanism is concentrated in a space in the centre of the movement, allowing for both the central display as well as a hidden rotor under the dial. This in turn allows for much of the intricacy of the chronograph works to be admired from the back.

Key facts and price

Singer Reimagined Divetrack

Diameter: 49 mm
Height: 19.67 mm
Material: Titanium with steel bezel, crown, and crown guard
Crystal: Sapphire
Water resistance:
300 m

Movement: AgenGraphe
Functions: Hours, minutes, and central chronograph with elapsed hours, minutes, and seconds
Frequency: 21,600 beats per hour (3 Hz)
Winding: Automatic
Power reserve: 72 hours

Strap: Black rubber with folding clasp, additional strap in fabric with Velcro closure

Limited edition: 25 pieces in 2024, with subsequent production not yet determined
Availability: From Singer and authorised retailers 
CHF85,000 excluding taxes

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