MeisterSinger has released a 38mm version of its much-loved Perigraph watch.
The Perigraph is an iconic timepiece from MeisterSinger. With its unusual way of displaying the date on an open disk, the timepiece has won both the prestigious Red Dot Design Award and the Good Design Award. This model was so far available with a 43mm diameter cases.
Responding to the growing demand for a smaller variant, MeisterSinger now presents the Perigraph for the first time in a flat 38-mm case.
Made in Switzerland, the MeisterSinger Perigraph 38mm version is available in three different dial colors. The first preference is of course the classic ivory color characteristic to the brand.
The second choice is the sunburst blue dial with white hand, digits and markers. The third option is entirely new to the collection, a highly polished white dial with black hand and gold highlights.
All versions feature a 360° completely open date disk, which structures the dial and lends it depth. A small arrow at 12 o’clock shows the current date.
The 38-mm Perigraph is powered by the Swiss SW300 automatic calibre. Measuring just 3.6 mm thick, this movement is 1 mm thinner than the Cal. SW200 and at the same time comes with a larger power reserve of 42 hours.
The stainless steel case is topped with a sapphire crystal glass. With an exhibition case-back secured with six screws, the watch offers a water resistance of 50 meters.
The ivory dial version comes with a dark brown strap, where as Sunburst Blue and White dial variants have Cognac color straps. Made of leather, these straps feature crocodile pattern and white stitching.
Model: MeisterSinger Perigraph 38mm
Sellita SW 300, Automatic
Power reserve: 42 h
360° exposed date disk
Stainless steel, 6 screws exhibition back, 5 bar, sapphire glass
Diameter: 38 mm
Ivory, Sunburst Blue, White
Leather with croco print, Dark Brown and Cognac
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