Case material
Bracelet strap
Folding buckle
Dial finish
Dark blue sunburst
Water resistance
50 m
ø 43 mm
13.5 mm
Self-winding mechanical
Power reserve: 120 h, 28800 vph
Hours, Minutes, Date
Launch date
Price incl. VAT
4’800 CHF

In the iconic MeisterSinger 43mm case, with small, attractive details and a movement that has it all - this is how MeisterSinger's new series Singularis presents itself. It is the second generation of watches with the in-house caliber MSA01.

The automatic movement is fitted with twin mainspring barrels that power the mechanism with sufficient energy to enable an unusually large power reserve of up to 120 hours. Its in-series design ensures the simultaneous winding of the mainspring barrels and smooth power delivery to the movement, guaranteeing exceptional precision with the qualities of a chronometer.

The finely decorated rotor winds up the movement if the watch is worn on a daily basis. The maker’s meticulous attention to detail is also seen in the finishing of these movements. The elaborate circular graining, the beveled, highly polished chamfers, and the engraving with gold inlay make them a true pleasure to behold.

The Singularis allows you to experience the familiar in a new, differentiated manner. The new case is based on the iconic case of the MeisterSinger classic N°03. The appeal of the Singularis’ dial lies in its minor details. As a first for MeisterSinger, it is fitted with a dial ring, giving the entire ensemble a certain depth and vibrancy. The elegant blue of the sunburst finish is repeated in the outer ring. The numerals from 01 to 12 are appliquéd one by one in white, as are the glossy silver hour markers. The glass exhibition back provides an outstanding view of the MeisterSinger movement with its unique bridge and perfectly balanced rotor. 

MeisterSinger mechanical watches display the time in a traditional way and with great precision, using only one hand. This hand is longer and more tapered than a conventional hour hand and points exactly to the fine, five-minute markings on the edge of the dial, just like the first mechanical timepieces used to, right up to the 18th century. MeisterSinger watches thus literally point to that one fleeting moment in time, our true reality, thereby conveying a tranquil sense of time, as a great many enthusiastic MeisterSinger customers will testify.

Since 2001, a company based in the German city of Münster, Westphalia, has been producing a range of exceptional mechanical wristwatches. They have just one single hand with a fine needlepoint that enables the wearer to read the time almost to the nearest minute. The company founder Manfred Brassler creates his classical timepieces with this characteristic in the technical and cultural tradition of early watchmaking and shows today how relaxing it is to read the time in an original way.