The 10 Finest MeisterSinger Watches in History

MeisterSinger Watches

MeisterSinger is a German luxury watch company that is renowned for its single hand watches. Manfred Brassler founded the brand in 2001, and since that time MeisterSinger has consistently debuted watches that effortlessly meld classic styling and tradition with exquisite technology. The design of MeisterSinger timepieces are stunning inside and out, and contain some of the most precise components in the watch industry.

Here are the ten finest MeisterSinger watches in history.

MeisterSinger Adhaesio –  $3,575

Adhaesio

Swiss and German watchmakers have competed for superiority in the industry for centuries, and the Adhaesio aims to feature the very best innovations from the two. It has a distinct German style with masterful Swiss craftsmanship and is the first single hand watch in the world to include a second time zone. How is it possible? The watch has open rings to accommodate not just a second time zone but the current date as well.

This timepiece has an automatic movement made of 21 jewels, and its power reserve is 42 hours. Scratch resistant, anti-glare sapphire glass covers the display, and the 43 mm stainless steel case has a four-screw exhibition back. The MeisterSinger Adhaesio is available in Black, White, Ivory, and Anthracite Blue. Each version features different colored faces, hands, and straps, but the same movement and engineering.

MeisterSinger Circularis – $5,995

MeisterSinger Circularis

Excellent engineering, beautiful aesthetics, and an outstanding design can all be found in the Circularis. The single hand timepiece has plenty of fashion versatility and is available in several color iterations including Sunburst Green, Sunburst Anthracite, Sunburst Blue, Ivory, and Sunburst Blue with a gold bezel. The appearance of this watch alone makes it worth its price tag, but precision and attention to detail are what sets its design apart.

A glucydur balance, twin in-series mainspring barrels, and eccentric precision timing are just the beginning and are what helped the Circularis win major awards, including the 2015 Red Dot Design Award, 2015 iF Design Award, and 2016 German Design Award. The house made hand wound movement in the Circularis is comprised of 27 jewels, produces 28,800 beats per minute, and has a power reserve of 120 hours. It has a water resistance of up to 50 meters.

MeisterSinger No.01 – $1,595

MeisterSinger No.01

The No.01 is a classic through and through. It looks like an elegant classically styled timepiece, features a single hand display, traditional indexes, and hand wound movement. This watch is all about craftsmanship, quality, and time tested details, and proves that less really can be more. It won several awards at its debut, including the 2004 iF Design Award, 2004 Red Dot Design Award, and 2004 Netherlands Watch of the Year. Inside of the timepiece is a movement with 19 jewels and a 42 hour power reserve. The MeisterSinger No.01 is available in four color palettes: Ivory, Silver-White, Sunburst Blue, and Sunburst Anthracite.

MeisterSinger Phanero – $1,595

MeisterSinger Phanero

Those who want a watch with a smaller case will adore the Phanero, the smallest watch in the MeisterSinger collection. Its case measures 35 mm in diameter and it has a strap that gives the timepiece a stylish edge. Its hand wound movement contains 19 jewels, has a 42 hour power reserve, and creates 28,800 beats per minute. The Phanero is available in Sunburst Blue, Sunburst Anthracite with red accents, Sunburst Anthracite with gold accents, and Sunburst Green.

MeisterSinger Salthora Meta Transparent –  $3,850

MeisterSinger Salthora Meta Transparent

Each and every hour the Salthora Meta Transparent gives its owner a show, courtesy of its transparent display that allows the wearer to take a peek at the watch’s impeccable engineering. It has a jumping hour movement with 26 jewels, and the transparent display is accented with rich blue on its outer edges and white indexes. The Salthora Meta Transparent has a 38 hour power reserve, 43 mm case, and is water resistant to 50 meters.

MeisterSinger Perigraph – $2,375

MeisterSinger Perigraph

Some watches merely tell the time, but the MeisterSinger Perigraph also accurately displays the day with its seamless open date ring. Its design is so innovative that this model won a number of awards, including the 2009 Red Dot Design Award, 2009 Good Design Award, and 2012 Watch of the Year. The timepiece has an automatic movement comprised of 25 jewels, produces 28,800 beats per hour, and has a 38 hour power reserve. The Perigraph is available in Sunburst Blue, Sunburst Anthracite, and Ivory.

MeisterSinger Paleograph – $8,175

MeisterSinger Paleograph

The Paleograph timepiece represents multiple functions joined in harmony, all contained within one sleek package. This watch has a chronograph with a single push column wheel and a movement that contains 20 jewels. A stainless steel 43 mm case, domed sapphire glass display, and 46 hour power reserve add practical elements to complement its style. The Paleograph’s two color choices include Sunburst Anthracite and Sunburst Blue.

MeisterSinger Singulator – $4,130

MeisterSinger Singulator

The Singulator is an award winning chronograph watch from MeisterSinger that displays seconds, hours, and minutes. Its hand wound Unitas movement with 17 jewels has a host of technologically advanced features, such as a screwed glucydur balance and Incablock anti-shock system. It also has a 46 hour power reserve and is water resistant up to 50 meters. The price of the Singulator depends upon the version chosen: Sunburst Anthracite, Ivory, or Sunburst Blue. The Sunburst Anthracite iteration has a strap and case made of stainless steel and is a limited edition timepiece — only 50 pieces were produced.

MeisterSinger No.02 –  $2,595

No.02

On its surface the MeisterSinger No.02 is simply a good locking watch, but on its backside is a see-through case that reveals its Unitas pocket watch movement. This hand wound timepiece has a movement comprised of 17 jewels that produces 18,000 beats per hour. A smooth stainless steel case, 46 hour power reserve, and anti-reflective glass make the No.02 as practical as it is attractive. The watch’s color palette is available in Ivory, Sunburst Green, and Sunburst blue.

MeisterSinger Pangaea –  $2,825

MeisterSinger Pangea

The Pangaea is an elegant single hand watch that reflects a time-honored style. Its movement features an anti-shock system, contains 21 jewels, and has a 42 hour power reserve. The stainless steel case has a display with domed sapphire glass, and the Pangaea is water resistant to 50 meters. This MeisterSinger timepiece is available in three iterations: Ivory, Sunburst Blue, and Sunburst Green.


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