MeisterSinger offers an eye-catching twist on its Pangaea Day Date single-hand timepiece that displays the day and the date with open rings placed in the center of the dial. This cool approach has earned the timepiece several accolades, such as the Red Dot Award, the German Design Award, and the Good Design Award. Limited to just 200 pieces, the latest addition to the watch family is clad in bold yellow that strongly contrasts with black elements.
Despite its complex mechanical inner workings, the Pangaea Day Date has a diameter of 40mm and a thickness of only 10.5mm. It is driven by the Swiss automatic movement Sellita SW220, which has been specially modified for the single-hand watches from MeisterSinger. At midnight, the two rings that rotate in opposite directions align to form the next day’s date in the blink of an eye. The rotor supplies the automatic movement with a 38-hour power reserve.
The MeisterSinger Pangaea Day Date retails for approximately $2,550 when converted to USD.
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