MeisterSinger presents two new models of its iconic Perigraph watch.
The MeisterSinger Perigraph is a single-hand watch designed for people who don’t care about the passing of seconds but want to keep track of the course of the days and months. It comes with an open date ring, which together with a well-balanced typography, gives the dial a symmetrical regularity. Until now, this date ring was always the same color as the surrounding dial, and only differed in the fact that it was somewhat recessed.
In two new Perigraph models, MeisterSinger now emphasizes the geometry of the dial with bold colors in unusual combinations and with a brushed steel case.
In the first one, striking, dark tones are placed next to each other and also differ in their surface structure. Whereas most of the dial is deep blue and has a sunburst design, its outer edge and the date ring are matt black. The white typography and red markings are very easy to read against the dark background.
The second Perigraph variant shows the dynamic color contrast between the shimmering blue of the dial and the matt light gray of the date ring. This expressive geometry is also structured by the functional MeisterSinger typography in white alongside red highlights.
Both models come with leather straps with strong stitching. The stainless-steel case of the Perigraph is 43 millimeters in diameter and water-resistant up to 5 bar. The Swiss made automatic movement (Sellita 200-1) can be viewed through the six-fold screwed glass exhibition back.
Model: MeisterSinger Perigraph New Models
Sellita 200-1, 38-hour power reserve
Brushed stainless steel
Diameter: 43 mm
Exhibition back with six screws
Water-resistant up to 5 bar
Steel blue-black, steel blue-sand