A Partnership Like That Of Co-Pilots: The Breitling Navitimer B01 Chronograph India-Exclusive
Jazz Hands! A Few Of The Most Intriguing Regulator Displays In Wristwatches
Symmetrical Symphony: The Many Facets Of Baume & Mercier’s Riviera Moonphases Timepieces
Retro, Winning Charm: Raymond Weil's Millesime—A Tribute To Understated Elegance
Germans are known for their punctuality, MeisterSinger changes that perception with its single-hand watches that display time in a more relaxed way and urges the wearer to absorb time as compared to spending it. One such product from the arsenal of the German watchmaker is the MeisterSinger N°01 collection. The N°01 is the very first design made by its founder Manfred Brassler in 2001.
Designed on the basis of the first MeisterSinger, the N° 01 is a classic take on MeisterSinger’s idea of crafting timepieces. With a clean simple dial, the N° 01 is featured with a polished case with functional typography. The N° 01 is primarily available in 43mm case size but there are also 40mm variants. Equipped with the Sellita SW 210 hand-wound movement, the N° 01 offers a power reserve of approximately 42 hours and vibrates at a frequency of 28,800 vph. The 43mm version of the N° 01 holds the RedDot Design Award in 2004.