With the Singularis, MeisterSinger presents the second generation of watches with one of its genuine automatic calibers. So far, the German brand, which is renowned for its single-hand timepieces, can pride itself with the development of two movements, the hand-wound MSH01 and the automatic MSA01.
The latter is at the heart of the new generation of the Singularis. It is fitted with twin mainspring barrels that power the mechanism with sufficient energy to enable an unusually large power reserve of up to 120 hours. Its in-series design ensures the simultaneous winding of the mainspring barrels and smooth power delivery to the movement, guaranteeing high chronometric precision.
From a visual point of view, the MSA01 offers a high grade of finishing quality, with elaborate circular graining, beveled and polished chamfers, as well as fine gold engravings.
The timepiece itself offers a nice twist on MeisterSinger’s signature design. Mechanical enthusiasts who are familiar with the brand know that most of its watches display the time using only one hand. This hand is longer and more tapered than a conventional hour hand and points exactly to the fine, five-minute markings on the edge of the dial. The numerals are displayed in an instrument-style in two-digit form. The dial of the Singularis offers an elegant blue hue with sunburst finish. As a first for MeisterSinger, it features an elevated outer ring, adding depth to the layout.
The Singularis debuts in a 43-mm stainless steel case and will be available from mid-March 2022. The price will be marked at approximately $5,100 USD.
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