For days to rememberBASELWORLD 2013: The flat Meistersinger Pangaea is now also available with day and date display
Important historical events have a long-term impact, which means the precise day of their occurrence is less significant. It doesn’t matter nowadays if the first moon landing happened on a Tuesday or a Thursday. But for smaller things the day does matter, for example if you remember about Tuesday’s dentist appointment on Thursday.
At MeisterSinger we have always focused on the really important moments: the hours and days which stay in our memory. It is only therefore only logical for MeisterSinger to now offer the Pangaea Day Date with a day and date function.
The display will be placed above the open date ring which is already familiar from the Perigraph. This is a stylistic element which best highlights MeisterSinger’s design maxims. The date and day of the week can easily be read next to the twelve without losing sight of the time or the other days. Besides its functionality, the Pangaea Day Date also stands out thanks to another visual feature. At just 10,5 mm it is especially slim line. Its case snuggles around any wrist and becomes the perfect suit accessory for a sporty, elegant style.
The brand MeisterSinger
Since MeisterSinger presented its first watches at Baselworld 2001, time has slowed down for increasingly more people all over the world: inspired by the very first timepieces, the single hand on the “Ur-Uhr” moves every five minutes. This changes your perception – and seemingly lets time pass by more slowly.
Today, a decade on, MeisterSinger has established itself as the international market leader for mechanical single-hand watches. Renowned prizes for design attest to the successful style and characteristic aesthetics of MeisterSinger watches – only those who wear one can experience their therapeutic effect on the perception of time.