Germany based watch brand MeisterSinger presents a gray dial variation of its Singulator timepiece.
At first glance, the Singulator, with its dial geometry, is reminiscent of classic regulators: historical timepieces whose specifications were once indispensable for science and transport. But while they had a central minute hand and presented hour and second on auxiliary dials, the hour hand dominates the Singulator in typical MeisterSinger fashion.
The minute hand can be found at 12 o’clock, while the second hand is at 6 o’clock. In terms of color, the smaller units of time are also offset from the larger whole – the smaller hands are bright red, while the hour hand stands out in pure white from the gray of the dial, whose fine sunburst finish shimmers in the light.
For this particular three-part time display, the clockwork of Swiss hand-wound movement that drives the Singulator had to be significantly redesigned. The caliber MS0109 (base unitas) can be seen through the bolted glass base of the sturdy stainless steel case, which has a diameter of 43 milimeters.
The striking color combination of gray, red and white also pays honor to the technical character of the watch.