MeisterSinger has released new Bordeaux degrade dial versions of NEO 36 and NEO 40 watches.
With a case design typical for the 50s, MeisterSinger NEO is equipped with a Swiss made automatic movement. Its key features are clarity, balance, and a coherent design. The brand offers 36mm and 40mm versions of this Bauhaus inspired timepiece.
Another feature prevalent in the 1950s was the color progression from light in the center to black at the edge of the dial. The technique, which is known as degradé in French or gradient in English, looks captivatingly beautiful with its strong, radiant, raspberry-colored sunburst finish.
This new Bordeaux degrade dial version features a white colored single hand on the centre and matching Arabic numeral hour markers and indexes. At 6 o’clock, it has a round shaped date display window.
Inside each timepiece beats a Calibre Sellita SW 200, a Swiss made automatic movement with a power reserve of 38 hours.
The recommended retail price of the new MeisterSinger NEO watch is € 1,090 for 36 mm version and € 1,190 for its 40 mm counterpart.
Model: MeisterSinger NEO New Model with Bordeaux Degradé Dial
Sellita SW 200 Automatic movement
Power reserve: 38 h
Stainless steel case
Diameter: 36mm or 40mm
Hardened acryl glass
Water resistance: 3 bar
Screwed case back
German brand, Swiss Made
Recommended retail price
36 mm: € 1,090
40 mm: € 1,190