Two New Limited Editions join the MeisterSinger Unomat Collection

With the Unomat, MeisterSinger introduced its idea of a sporty watch equipped with a screw-down crown, reinforced steel case back, 30-bar water resistance and protection against magnetism. Three years later, the German brand presents a new generation for the collection. The new model is available in two limited editions: an international edition in arctic blue and one for the Dutch market in orange. Each is limited to 50 pieces.

The dials of the Unomat special editions are a matte, deep black. A small but subtle difference from the previous editions, the 5-minute markers are now tone on tone with the dial. The two-digit hour numerals consist of three-dimensional, cast luminous elements that are applied to the dial and glow intensively at night because they are thicker and can also absorb and emit light from the sides. The central needle hand, which is relatively wide on the Unomat, and the hour markers are also highly luminous.

The case of both edition watches is coated with a deep black DLC layer. The case back and middle section are sandblasted matt, while the bezel is polished. The 43mm cases are mounted on sturdy rubber straps in Arctic blue and orange. The Dutch edition has the crown on the left side.

Inside the Unomat is the Sellita SW400 automatic movement, which has been specially modified for MeisterSinger’s single-hand watches. The date display of this movement is positioned unusually far out, making it 30% larger than on an SW200 movement. It is surrounded by soft layers of iron, making it insensitive to radiation from mobile phones, electrical appliances, magnetic clasps and laboratory equipment.

Pricing for the new MeisterSinger Unomat models is marked at approximately $2,880 when converted to USD.

To learn more, visit MeisterSinger, here.

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  1. While I am not a fan of the current models, Meistersinger represent a unique approach (or better say – reviving an ancient form of time telling) and a special niche in the current watch world and kudos to them for that

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