Perhaps MeisterSinger‘s most robust model to date, the Unomat offers a water resistance up to 30 bars, magnetic field protection, an extra-strong case back, a screw-down crown, and flank protection. Protected by a striking case, it stands out from the brand’s catalog, yet it remains distinctly MeisterSinger thanks to its typical design features. Those include the sober design, extra-long needle hand, two-digit hour numerals, and a refined hierarchy of thin minute markers on the periphery of the dial.
This year, MeisterSinger presents a limited edition of 50 pieces in bold orange. Thanks to luminescent material, the bold needle hand glows in the dark, as do the numerals and applied hour markers. The rubber strap matches the dial, underlining the cool sporty look.
Inside the Unomat ticks the automatic movement Sellita SW400, which is specially modified for MeisterSinger’s one-hand watches. The date display is positioned unusually far out on this movement, making it 30% larger than that of an SW200 movement. Protected by a soft iron cage, the caliber is hidden behind a closed back.
Pricing for the MeisterSinger Unomat is marked at $2,600 when converted to USD.
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