MeisterSinger Watch Company Announces The New Circularis: Powered By Its Very Own Bespoke, Specially Designed Movement

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MeisterSinger has remained true to its principles and reinvented itself at the same time – the newly presented Circularis with its 14½-line MSH01 manual wind mechanical movement is the basis for a new generation of single-hand watches superbly crafted by the Münster-based manufacturer.

Circularis in ivory colour dial

Luxury watch brand, MeisterSinger, is proud to present its first watch in a new family of models. With its own specially developed, bespoke movement and innovative design, MeisterSinger combines high aesthetic standards with the technical sophistication for which it is renowned.

Power for five days:

A manually wound MSH01 specially designed movement, which MeisterSinger developed in collaboration with its Swiss partners, powers the Circularis for 5 days. A team of renowned designers spent three years working on this caliber to ensure that it meets the company’s excellent standards in state-of-the-art watch-making.

The movement itself is also a joy to behold, with circular graining, angled and highly polished edges, and engravings inlaid in gold. The twin mainspring barrels and, above all, the uniquely formed bridge create an extraordinary geometry and display the combination of technical and design quality in the most beautiful way. For the first time, Manfred Brassler has not only designed the face and the case of a watch, but also the balanced appearance of the movement: The Circularis is an ideal MeisterSinger in every respect.

Variations, availability & pricing:

The steel case of the Circularis is 43 millimeters in diameter. It will be available this October with a selection of three different faces (ivory, sunburst silver-white, or sunburst sapphire-blue) on a genuine crocodile leather wristband with double-folding clasp. U.S. Retail is set at $5,695.

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About MeisterSinger:

The Münster-based company manufactures mechanical single-hand watches – precise timepieces for people who know what is important – and don’t constantly need to count the minutes. Similar to early pocket watches, a single hand moves around the face of the watch, indicating the time with needle-fine precision. It doesn’t take long to get used to this way of reading the time.

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