Founded in Germany in 2001, MeisterSinger specialise in single hand watches. Inspired by historical single hand clocks it aims to show the wearer that the hectic passage of seconds is not that is important. The typography on the dial is perfectly balanced, and although there is only one hand it is very easy to read.
The classic collection from Meistersinger features their most timeless designs, like the No.1 and No. 3 designs as well as the Pangaea Date. Measuring from 40-43mm these watches are extremely wearable. .SHOP NOW
Featuring some of MeisterSinger’s most distinctive designs with complications, setting them apart from the Classic range. The Classic Plus range features the Perigraph, Astroscope, Unomat and Pangaea Day Date.SHOP NOW
MeisterSinger’s New Vintage range includes the Neo and Metris models. These designs range from 36 to 40mm and perfectly marry together traditional watch making with modern vintage inspired case and dial designs. .SHOP NOW
MeisterSinger’s Masterpiece collection features the Bell Hora, Circularis, Singularis and Lunascope models. These truly unique pieces feature some almost forgotten movement complications, like the “Sonnerie au passage” found in the Bell Hora.
The other models in this Meisterstücke range feature award winning watch movements with some of MeisterSinger’s most beautiful cases and dials, many of which have exhibition case backs, creating a feature of the beautiful watch movements.SHOP NOW
The Casual range sports some of MeisterSinger’s most wearable designs from the Salthora Meta and Phanero ranges. Measuring from 35 to 43mm these case sizes mean each watch is extremely wearable.
The Phanero is MeisterSinger’s smallest watch which is perfect for those big moments. The striking case forms the backdrop for the typical MeisterSinger style.SHOP NOW
HISTORY OF MEISTERSINGER
The first watches of course had just one hand. Prominent examples are the sundial and the hourglass, both of which use a simple and primordial design to measure time. A MeisterSinger watch emulates such role models in this endeavour.
Not until the 18th century was a minute hand added to the hour hand. Even today, nonetheless, there are still many clock towers with only one hand.
MeisterSinger draws on the heritage of sundials and tower clocks and the design of old measuring instruments. Today, with the typical 144 five minute strokes and the leading zero on the dial, we enjoy a timeless classic.