Our Watch of the Week is the MeisterSinger N° 01 – 40 mm. The first MeisterSinger – however another model all things considered. With its 40-millimeter case breadth it is three millimeters less than the exemplary model in our assortment. Just three millimeters? In the realm of watch plan, that has a gigantic effect. In spite of the fact that wristwatches are currently planned bigger than they used to be, a watch 43 millimeters in breadth is as yet an extremely striking piece, not cautious, but rather a certifiable eye-catcher. The size coordinates the N° 01 quite well, as it accentuates the down to earth, instrumental character of the model. Be that as it may, the watch is dreadfully huge for some wrists.
And as some N° 01 lovers had wanted for a more rich form of their number one watch, we have now planned the 40-millimeter model to go close by it.
Character can’t be just scaled down
Developing this watch was not as simple as you would might suspect. It isn’t sufficient to move all the qualities of a fruitful model to another, more modest plan, as character can’t be essentially downsized. Every component should be re-adjusted to suit the decreased area.
We are generally the more satisfied that the thin form has a similar plan characteristics as the first – from the utilitarian, effectively clear typography under the domed sapphire glass to the engraved, sixfold screwed steel back. Besides, the N° 01 – 40 mm form is controlled by a similar Swiss-made, hand-twisted development as the bigger model: the Sellita SW 210.
Small things stand apart when compared to the large.
Once you’ve worn it, you before long understand that this new wristwatch is undeniably something other than a dress watch or a unisex misrepresentation of reality adaptation of the first N° 01.
MeisterSinger has rediscovered the roots of its single-hand assortment with a 40 mm version.
The first MeisterSinger watch diminished the estimation of time to the fundamentals – and the N° 01 – 40 mm adaptation is thoroughly proceeding in the equivalent tradition.
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