MeisterSinger watches show the time with only one hand. This also applies to the new Neo with hand date. Although it has a second hand, this points to the current date in the middle of the dial. This form of display has a long tradition in wristwatches; long before the first date windows appeared, the date was also indicated by one hand, from the center of the dial. And this construction, which is rare today, is in keeping with the MeisterSinger principle of showing the moment not individually but in context, of giving an overview of the course of the week and month, just as the open date rings on the perigraph or the Pangaea Day Date do.
The Neo with hand date varies this idea, following the classic rule that the hand for the longer periods - in this case whole days - is the shortest: the date circle is located, slightly recessed, close to the centre of the dial, clearly separated from the minute and hour figures. Its typography and the small, needle-pointed hand are typical of MeisterSinger.
With its narrow bezel and domed hesalite crystal, the Neo is one of the most elegant models in the MeisterSinger collection. The timepiece is driven by a Swiss automatic movement. The screw-in back of the stainless steel case is engraved with the Fermate logo and bears the serial number of the watch, which is water-resistant to 3 bar.