MeisterSinger - Paleograph with Anthracite Dial

MeisterSinger – Paleograph with Anthracite Dial

German watchmaker MeisterSinger is overall prestigious for its particular watches with a solitary hand to show the time. In any case, throughout the long term the brand has extended its assortment with the consideration of valuable complications in a portion of its models.

This is the situation of the Paleograph mono-pusher chronograph which, initially presented in 2014, is currently accessible with a shining anthracite dial including a fine sunburst finish. 

A white needle-sharp hand demonstrates the time with a precision of five minutes while a lively red tone is utilized for the focal stop-second hand, the 30-minute chronograph hand at 3 o’clock and the ceaseless seconds at 9 o’clock.

The dial configuration is perfect with no telemeter or tachymeter scale. Likewise, the 43 mm hardened steel case is more circumspect gratitude to a solitary catch incorporated in the crown for the beginning, stop, and zero reset ventures rather than the typical press catches at 2 o’clock and 4 o’clock.  This way, even with a chronograph work, the Paleograph keeps up the key style components commonplace of MeisterSinger watches.

For the Paleograph, the great Swiss hand-wound Unitas 6497-1 type was widely overhauled and enhanced by an exceptional chronograph module with an exemplary section wheel. 

Planned by chronograph veteran Jean Fillon, this module is developed with a strange mounting of the particular plate to the underside of the watch so it is conceivable to notice it at work through the sapphire precious stone back. Beating at 2,5 Hz (18,000 vph) and offering a force hold of 46 hours, the development is improved by a fine brushed example and blued screws.

Likewise accessible with a sunburst blue dial, the MeisterSinger Paleograph has a cost of Euro 5,998/US$ 8,175 with either a steel Milanese wristband or a croc calfskin tie.