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Fleeting moments are not to be counted and this is very well infatuated by MeisterSinger. The DNA of the German watchmaker is taking it easy and one can experience this through the single-hand watches manufactured by the brand. One such philosophical creation is the MeisterSinger Stratoscope collection. A simple yet vast timepiece inspired by the phenomena taking in the Stratosphere.
Space has fascinated astronomers and horologists for a long time and this concept has been true because of the nature and relationship between time and space. The space-time continuum is real and what other way to celebrate it other than a timepiece that displays time and astronomical creations on your wrists? The MeisterSinge Stratoscope collection features a moon phase indicator covering the upper hemisphere of the dial with perfection and is inspired by the Aurora Borealis, an electromagnetic phenomenon that typically takes place at the north pole. The moon inside the indicator is intricately crafted with attention to detail. Apart from the moon phase indicator, there is also a date window at the 6 ‘clock marker.
The movement powering these beautiful and innate timepieces is the Swiss workhorse by Sellita, the SW200. The SW200 offers a power reserve of approximately 38 hours while vibrating at 28,800 vph.