MeisterSinger – Salthora
MeisterSinger is notable for its single hand watches where the 12-hour dial is isolated by 144 markers, each addressing 5 minutes. The combination of the hour markers and bolder 15, 30 and 45-minute markers make it simple to understand time.
With the new Salthora, MeisterSinger keeps one single hand but in this model it just demonstrates the minutes. All things being equal, the hour is demonstrated using the “jumping hour” show rule through a round window at 12 o’clock. At the point when an hour have passed, the single hand arrives at the center of the window and the following number shows up in the window instantly. A delicate tick tells you the change even without taking a gander at the dial.
For the Salthora, MeisterSinger built up a module for the Swiss automatic ETA-2824-2 development fulfilling three principle requirements: the jump happens accurately on the hour, the hour number jumps into the specific focus of the window quickly and the power required for this to occur, which is supplied by a similar barrel as the remainder of the watch development, doesn’t meddle with the smooth running of the development. The development offers a force hold a 38 hours.
The strain for the exchanging arm of the hour plate is given throughout the hour by a screw appended to the minute wheel; power is subsequently removed from the barrel continuously instead of abruptly, and the effect on the development is truth be told, slight.
The Salthora has a tempered steel packaging with a distance across of 40 millimeters and comes in four unique dials: ivory, white, anthracite and sapphire blue.
Completed by a calf cowhide lash with double collapsing fasten, the MeisterSinger Salthora has a retail cost of US$ 3,425/Euro 2,298.