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|Movement:||Automatic movement, 25 jewels, 28800 Semioscillations per h – 4 Hz|
|Calibre no.:||Sellita SW 220-1 with MeisterSinger moon phase module|
|Glass Material:||Domed sapphire glass|
|Case size:||Stainless steel case with 6-screwed exhibition back, Diameter 43 mm, Height 12.4 mm|
|Water resistance:||5 BAR / 50 M / 165 FT|
Less hectic, more heavenly: The second – even bigger – MeisterSinger with a moon phase module.
With the Stratoscope, MeisterSinger presents the second model featuring a moon phase display.
The upper half of the dial features a dynamic cut in which the luminescent, photorealistic moon circles. The unique scene is transformed into an interplay of light by the hour markers, and the luminous needle-shaped hand, which also glow. In its lower third, the jet black dial merges into all varying shades of blue, reminiscent of the aurora borealis visible in the far North. The double-digit numerals so typical for MeisterSinger are arranged in a circle from 01 to 12 around the dial, reinforcing the impression of harmony and balance. Despite all this attention to detail, the watch has a crisp, uncluttered appearance.
The moon takes 29 days, 12 hours, 44 minutes, and 2.9 seconds to circumnavigate the Earth. Most watches with moon indication round this figure down to 29.5 days via the movement, which means they deviate by eight hours per year and need adjusting by one complete day every third year. However, the movement specially designed for the MeisterSinger Stratoscope is far more exact. Its moon-phase indicator only needs a slight adjustment after 122 years. The workings of the Swiss automatic movement equipped with the moon-phase module can be viewed through the screwed glass exhibition back. Its rotor supplies the watch with a 38-hour power reserve.
The powerful, masculine case with a diameter of 43mm is water-resistant up to 5 bar and the dial is covered by a domed sapphire glass.