MeisterSinger – Adhaesio
Famous for its single-hand watches, MeisterSinger has as of late introduced, during the Baselworld 2015 show, the primary single-hand watch that includes a subsequent time region, so actualizing quite possibly the most mainstream and broadly utilized complications highlighted in mechanical wristwatches.
With the new Adhaesio, MeisterSinger has effectively built up a double clock which sticks to its own stylish standards.
The needle-sharp hour hand focuses to the current season of day or night at the area of its wearer, precise to inside five minutes. Over the MeisterSinger logo, a bolt (blue or red relying upon the dial rendition) focuses to the subsequent nearby time on a 24-hour ring, unmistakable from the outset for the distinctive typography tones, which gradually turns a clockwise way.
A subsequent ring shows the date and moves the other way. The two rings – date and second time region – are set marginally more profound than the edge and the focal point of the dial for a satisfying enhanced visualization.
The treated steel case is 43 mm in breadth and 10 mm high and through the sapphire precious stone caseback shows a Swiss programmed development, the ETA 2893, beating at 28,800 vph and offering 38 hours of force hold. The neighborhood time, the subsequent time region and the date would all be able to be changed through the crown.
The dial is accessible in four renditions: white, ivory, dark with white rings, and sunburst sapphire blue with white rings.
The MeisterSinger Adhaesio will be accessible at around Euro 2,400. meistersinger.net