Meistersinger's well-oiled machine
The Meistersinger watches are known for its single hands. The German company specializes in understanding proportions and the importance of where and when to add details to the dial.
With the arrival of the Meistersinger Unomat, the German company says it has created a model that 'can take a beating and will never give up'.
The new Meistersinger Unomat beats the 200-meter water-resistant Salthora Meta X and Metris by a margin of 100 meters. And with that, the Unomat earns the title of the heaviest MeisterSinger to date. It's quite a shocking watch if you compare it to the refined, meek Bell Hora with its ability to gently ring the hour. The rugged Unomat is just the opposite, with its main mission to withstand the elements. But despite its robust appearance, the Unomat does not always have to push the limits. Like all MeisterSinger watches, he likes to take the time to enjoy the finer things in life.
After all, the Meistersinger Unomat did not just win the Red Dot Design Award.
Although the Unomat is based on the case shape of the MeisterSinger classic N°03, this new model is even more robust. In particular, the additional crown protection, which is intended to protect the screw-down crown against external influences, in a kind of diver's watch in the Meistersinger jacket.
The Meistersinger Unomat is a first in more ways than one, as it combines unprecedented water resistance with a newly designed stainless steel bracelet. It's probably fair to say that timelessly elegant models on leather straps suit the brand more, but with the new bracelet, Meistersinger adds a sturdier alternative to the classic stainless steel Milanese bracelets, which can already be found in the brand's catalog.
The brand's latest release, the Meistersinger Unomat, is an indomitable example of sporting capability, adding bright lume, deep water resistance and incredible resistance to anti-magnetic fields. The combination of a robust housing and the movement ensures maximum protection and the excellent performance of the Meistersinger Unomat.
Never before has a MeisterSinger been so robust. The striking 43mm stainless steel case has robust sides that protect the screw-down crown against knocks and shocks and a water resistance of more than 300 meters. The extra strong screwed steel back does the rest. On the Unomat, the distinctive needle-shaped pointer is much wider than usual and luminous enough to be readable even at dusk.
The Meistersinger Unomat can survive the most extreme situations with its performance. A special watch with a special story..