It is the ideal illustration of how a brand can take one of their fruitful models and transform it into something new and uncommon without changing much in the design.
In case you are curious about the new MeisterSinger bronze watches let me give you a short overview. The new MeisterSinger Bronze Line comprise of 3 models. These are specifically the No.03, the Perigraph, and the Metris. None of them are new models, each of the three have been in the MeisterSinger assortment throughout recent years. Nonetheless, this is the first occasion when we see these three notorious models from the German brand in a bronze case. Bronze is anything but another thing in the watch business, to such an extent that one may even say that the hour of bronze watches are finished. I see it a piece in an unexpected way. As far as I might be concerned, bronze as a material is here to stay.
While bronze isn’t as unbiased as far as configuration, similar to steel, gold or even titanium, it is a phenomenal material that, when utilized accurately, can raise a model line. We have seen this many time with different brands. Simply consider Tudor, for one. I immovably accept this was the point (or one of the destinations) for MeisterSinger to take 3 of their current models and give them a curve. This time we will discuss the No.03, yet I trust that soon we’ll have the option to cover the remainder of the line also. Out of each of them 3, the No.03 has the most mechanical look.
To start with, bronze used to be the material logical gear and gadgets were made of. That combined up with the dial of the No.03 gives as such a vibe. However it doesn’t look old or outdated.
The bronze case and the pale blue dull dial is an incredible combination. While the size of the No.03 is quite huge at 43mm, it doesn’t feel messed up. Despite the fact that the bezel is slim, the short yet thick drags and the enormous crown mollify the vibe of the huge dial. It is additionally worth referencing that the watch just looks thin from the front. In the event that we turn it over, we can see that it has its thickness. Not all that much, barely to make it look adequately rough. Something bronze watches should all resemble. To complement the harshness, the completing looking into the issue is glossy silk all through the watch. The sapphire showcase back is steel and darted to the case with six screws. As we can see on the back, the water obstruction of the No.03 is 5 bar or 50 meters.
The instrument-like look of the case proceeds with the dial. The format is basic; the hours have Arabic numeral markings, the 5-minute markings are short, and the 15-minute records are long. To add to the logical hardware, look, the tip of the hand is red. You can locate a similar red stamping in the records at 3-6-9 and 12. Under the 12 o’clock you can discover the brand name or more the 6 o’clock position is the model name; No.03 with the stamping “Programmed” featuring the development. In-Between the content and the 6 is the opening for the date. To continue with the red subtleties, the white date wheel has red printing for the numbers. Much the same as with most MeisterSinger watches, the dial is straightforward, enormous and effectively coherent. It has sufficient subtleties to be somewhat unique in relation to the steel No.03, yet it’s not overcomplicated with colours.
One may say that a watch with a particularly exceptional method of showing time presumably has an extraordinary development. Indeed, it is, and it isn’t the situation. Allow me to clarify. In fact, the development of the No.03, similar to each other Meistersinger is vigorously adjusted to meet the prerequisites of the single-hand-show work. Albeit the base type is an ETA 2824-2 or a Sellita SW200-1 (in the event that you are considering how and why an ETA development can be subbed with a Sellita, read this article). We are discussing a self-twisting type with 25 gems (26 for the Sellita), 28.800 Vph and around 38 hours of force hold. It is a decent development, that numerous brands use in a huge wide range of models, including MeisterSinger.
The unique No.03 has won many plan grants since its delivery, so it was the ideal base for the brand to make something new. Out of each of the three bronze Meistersinger models, the No.03 has the most direct look, to some degree vintage yet contemporary. It is accessible on a 20mm, dim earthy colored, hand sewed, calfskin cowhide tie with a bronze MeisterSinger pin clasp. The cost of the No.03 is €1,990, and it is accessible available since April. On the off chance that we take a gander at the normal costs of bronze watches from other, maybe bigger, watch companies the sub-€2,000 cost is very acceptable. Particularly in the event that we mull over the way that for this cash you get an altogether different watch. Unique, in the privilege way.
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