MeisterSinger – Salthora Transparent
In 2014 MeisterSinger presented the Salthora, a watch which – uniquely in contrast to the normal single-hand watches created by the German watchmaker – shows the hour by methods for a “hopping hour” show at 12 o’clock. The single hand remains yet for this situation it is utilized distinctly for the minutes.
At regular intervals, the following hour digit bounces into the window at lightning speed, remaining obviously noticeable there for precisely 60 minutes.
To precisely actualize the “jumping hour” component, MeisterSinger planned a particular module for the programmed development which controls the watch. The pressure needed for the impelling switch of great importance circle is developed by a snail connected to the moment wheel throughout an hour. Subsequently, power isn’t removed abruptly from the heart barrel, yet constantly, which just impacts the functions to a negligible degree.
The new MeisterSinger Salthora Transparent offers a reasonable view into the module and the mechanics of the hopping hour. Through its straightforward dial, the wearer can see the watch at work. The fastidiously cleaned plate in the foundation add to the specialized character of this specific Salthora model.
The ETA 2824-2 Swiss programmed development or the indistinguishable Sellita SW200-1 with its recently created “jumping hour” module is housed in a tempered steel 40 mm case.
Coordinated to a dull earthy colored calfskin tie with a crocodile finish, the MeisterSinger Salthora Transparent is a restricted version of only 100 pieces with a retail cost of Euro 2,598. meistersinger.net