MeisterSinger stands apart from the packed watch scene with its novel character. Before the creation of the moment hand, early mechanical timekeepers showed just hours… And simply like these, the German brand produces single-hand mechanical watches. The most recent watch in the assortment adheres to this “mono-aiguille” show and adds some helpful schedule signs. Meet the new forms of the MeisterSinger Pangaea Day-Date.
MeisterSinger plainly characterizes itself because of this uncommon interpretation of time-perusing, with one single hand to show the current time. The single hand approach is ideal for the individuals who need to monitor time however who aren’t fixated by seconds. Nonetheless, time can be perused effectively by 5-minute additions because of their straightforward design.
Introduced in 2013, the Pangaea Day-Date is one of the brand’s best models. As its name demonstrates, it includes some schedule signs, here the date and the day of the week, to the mark MeisterSinger single-hand show. These are not introduced generally by means of a little cut-out in the dial. All things considered, the two comparing plates are on full presentation. The day-date complication can be perused initially on account of the bolt formed marker at 12 o’clock.
Up as of not long ago, the day-date circles included a similar shading plan as the remainder of the dial. Meistersinger presently plays with differentiating colors, in this manner organizing and explaining the presentation. Some way or another, it supports the impression of an old estimation instrument (like a speedometer or a check). The spotless typography is matched with a red-tipped hand, which is a quite useful touch.
For the first of these new MeisterSinger Pangaea Day-Date models, the external piece of the dial and the day-date rings are matte dark. The focal point of the dial and the part highlighting the hour numerals come with a blue sunray finish. The subsequent model offers significantly more difference with an attractive sunray-blue/sand-dim tone combo.
The brushed hardened steel case includes a super slender bezel and short unique carries. Estimating 40mm in distance across, it will sit comfortably on most wrists. The proportional fluted crown considers simple activities. Turning the watch over, the show caseback is shut by six screws. It permits a perspective on the programmed workhorse ticking inside, an ETA 2836 or its Sellita clone, the SW 220-1. Being the day-date rendition of the attempted and-tried ETA 2824, it runs at 28,800 vibrations each hour and has a 38-hour power reserve.
The 2019 Meistersinger Pangaea Day-Date is worn on either a dull earthy colored or cognac Cordovan leather lash. It is gotten to the wrist by a steel pin clasp. The watch retails for EUR 2,250 and will before long be accessible at retailers. For more data, you can visit www.meistersinger.com .