The new Pangaea Date with date display and Dégradé dial.
MeisterSinger makes watches for people who know what's important to them. All they need is a long, single hand that displays both hours and minutes; seconds are not important to them, although the current date is a completely different matter.
That's why MeisterSinger has revised one of its most successful models, the Pangaea, and equipped it with a date display that reflects the watch's design concept. The MeisterSinger design language is based on historical instruments with a rigorously objective look, but also on the faces of early pocket watches, especially those that needed no more than a single, slim hand. The Pangaea, the most elegant model among the MeisterSinger classics, is also part of this tradition.
In addition to the slim 40-mm case, the finely curved serif-like font contributes to the visual lightness. The watch is driven by a Swiss automatic movement. The glass back of the Pangaea gives a clear picture of how the rotor, engraved with a golden MeisterSinger logo, powers the movement. The exhibition back is fixed with six screws and the Pangaea's stainless steel case is water-resistant up to 5 bar.