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MeisterSinger - Adhaesio

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Renowned for its single-hand watches, MeisterSinger has recently presented, during the Baselworld 2015 show, the first single-hand watch that features a second time zone, so implementing one of the most popular and widely used complications featured in mechanical wristwatches.

With the new Adhaesio, MeisterSinger has successfully developed a dual timer which adheres to its own aesthetic principles.


The needle-sharp hour hand points to the current time of day or night at the location of its wearer, accurate to within five minutes. Above the MeisterSinger logo, an arrow (blue or red depending on the dial version) points to the second local time on a 24-hour ring, recognisable at first glance for the different typography colours, which slowly rotates in a clockwise direction.



A second ring shows the date and moves in the opposite direction. The two rings - date and second time zone - are set slightly deeper than the edge and the centre of the dial for  a pleasing visual effect.

The stainless steel case is 43 mm in diameter and 10 mm high and through the sapphire crystal caseback displays a Swiss automatic movement, the ETA 2893, beating at 28,800 vph and offering 38 hours of power reserve. The local time, the second time zone and the date can all be adjusted via the crown.


The dial is available in four versions: white, ivory, black with white rings, and sunburst sapphire blue with white rings.


The MeisterSinger Adhaesio will be available at around Euro 2,400. meistersinger.net

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