The MeisterSinger Salthora Limited Edition Watch Review
Tuesday - 16 June 2015
MeisterSinger unveils the exquisite Salthora Limited Edition timepiece.
A unique feature that separates the masterpiece from the previous MeisterSinger designs is the fact that the signature single hand shows the minutes rather than the hours. Positioned at 12 o’clock is a bronze circle that indicates the passing of the hour changing to the correct number every 60 minutes. The jumping of the hour embraces sophisticated engineering to ensure that the movement is accurate and performed at a lightning speed. The precision is essential to ensure that not only is the striking aesthetic breathtaking yet serves the correct function; a unique method of time telling with a purpose.
The Salthora is manufactured to a mere 100 pieces to qualify as a Limited Edition piece. The exposed dial unveils the mechanical secret of the jumping hour with a transparent hour ring. It is clear to witness the movement placed on a luxurious gold background. The large white hours digits wait in turn to move into position at the designated time. The spectator is sure to admire and be in awe of the technological advancement of the jumping hour becoming a loved ritual.
The device possesses a dramatic look due to the contrasting velvety colour combination that provide grandeur and a sophisticated presence. The black ring that encircles the gold layered movement is encompassed by a stainless steel casing finished with a brown alligator leather strap. The finely chiseled white hand compliments the minute indices and the hour digits perfectly.
Take a closer look at the MeisterSinger Salthora Limited Edition.