Sportingly slowing down BASELWORLD 2013: The single-hand watch with stop function is now also available in popular anthracite
Why would you need a stopwatch on a single-hand watch? Perhaps you want to time your boiled egg for precisely three minutes, or maybe you want to keep track of the seven minutes needed to pour a good pilsner beer. With the Singular from MeisterSinger you don’t have to forgot a more relaxed attitude towards everyday life.
While the series’ design is classic, the anthracite model reveals its sporty side. The Case with its rectangular pushers, red indices on the outer measurement ring and a red second hand ease time measurement when it is really important. The casual look is reinforced thanks to an anthracite coloured leather strap with crocoprint and red contrast stitching which enhance the colours on the dial.
How exactly does the Singular work? In addition to the hour hand which makes its rounds in five minute intervals on the familiar balanced dial, there is also the second hand. Its progress in minutes for stopping the time is shown on the small dial placed below the twelve for up to 30 minutes. In the lower half of the dial is the MeisterSinger logo of the fermata, the pause symbol in musical notation, which simultaneously gives this special chronograph its motto.