MeisterSinger Limited Edition Sunburst Blue Singular Watch Review
Wednesday - 05 December 2012
The midnight blue dial shines ultramarine according to how the light falls, and was chosen by MeisterSinger to represent luxury. "Blue has always been one of the most precious and most expensive colours that there is," the brand says. "The term 'blue-blooded' doesn't exist by chance."
The hands and digits appear in gold, forming a "harmonious ensemble which creates the impression of a timeless classic." The 12-hour dial is divided into 144 markers, with each one representing five minutes - allowing the time to be read by just one hand. A 30-minute dial appears at 12 o'clock.
The MeisterSinger Singular Sunburst Blue is powered by Valjoux 7750 automatic movement, with a power reserve of 48 hours. It has a 43 mm stainless steel case, 6-screwed exhibition case back and sapphire crystal.
Available now for £2,480 at Jura Watches.