MeisterSinger added two new beautiful variants to its Pangaea Day Date family which already included models with White, Ivory, Sunbust Anthracite and Sunburst Blue dials.
Perhaps the best models made by the German expert of single-hand watches and champ of a few plan grants, the Pangaea Day Date displays the date and the weekday by methods for two open, even, pivoting rings that have practically no joints or holes.
The current date is appeared at 12 o’clock, without upsetting the symmetrical perfection of the dial.
In the past variants, the date circles of the Pangaea Day Date were planned in a similar tone as the encompassing dial and the display was organized through the stature distinction of the different components.
With the new 2019 models, MeisterSinger highlights the outspread geometry of the dial by utilizing solid tones and a 40 mm case in brushed steel that improves the sporty character of the watch.
The principal model (ref. PDD9Z17B) highlights two dim shades close to one another. The middle and the circle with the hour numerals are in steel blue with a sunburst plan, while the external edge is matte dark, much the same as the day and date rings, giving an unmistakable, yet tactful difference. White typography and red markings, additionally on the tip of the single hand, make it simpler to peruse the time and the date while giving the model a dynamic look.
The subsequent rendition (ref. PDD9Z17S) is considerably sportier with the edge of the dial and the two day-date rings completed in a matte sand gray, giving a striking difference to the sparkling blue of the dial. The useful typography is planned in white combined with red accents.
Beating at 28,800 vibrations for each hour and offering a power save of 38 hours, the self-winding development (ETA 2836-2 or Sellita SW 220-1) is noticeable through the sixfold screwed glass presentation back.
Coordinated to cordovan calfskin lashes in cognac and dull earthy colored and water impervious to 50 meters/165 feet, the new MeisterSinger Pangaea Day Date has a cost of Euro 1,990. meistersinger.com
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