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MeisterSinger Releases Two Vibrant Unomat Limited Editions

Bright colours will single-handedly get these new watches noticed.

| By Denis Peshkov | 2 min read |

MeisterSinger hardly needs an introduction. This award-winning German brand is renowned for its distinctive single-hand time display design, which makes it instantly recognizable. The latest additions to the MeisterSinger lineup are blacked-out versions of the robust and solidly built Unomat series, featuring generous splashes of colour – with a twist.

The two new Unomat watches are presented in a 43mm diameter, 300m water-resistant stainless steel case with a black DLC. The guards protect the blackened fluted screwed crown; it is at a customary 3 o’clock position for the international edition and 9 o’clock for the watch explicitly made for the Netherlands market. The latter is a tradition started in 2004, with a special limited NL release distinguished by the crown placement on the left, with recent editions including the Bell Hora and № 03 models. Both 2024 editions showcase a sandblasted midcase and caseback, contrasted by a polished bezel.

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The dials of the new jet-black Unomat watches are matte black with a white 15-minute interval track and dash-like markings for the hour indices. The applied double-digit hour numerals, made of luminous material, are available in blue or orange, with orange being the choice for the Netherlands edition. Both editions feature a solid, manometer-like single hand in white, also treated with lume, as are the dash hour indices. In the dark, the hand, indices, MeisterSinger logo, and text below the centre emit a violet/blue glow, with the numerals and hand shining exceptionally bright. At 6 o’clock, a round aperture with a black disc displays the date in white, which also glows in the dark.

The new Unomat watches continue to utilize the series’ customary Sellita SW400 automatic movement, an enlarged version of the SW200, modified to accommodate MeisterSinger’s hallmark single-hand design. This movement is shielded from magnetic fields by layers of soft iron, ensuring its reliable operation. It runs at a frequency of 28,800 vibrations per hour and provides a power reserve of 38 hours.

The new MeisterSinger Unomat references feature Arctic blue or orange rubber straps, making these watches stand out. These vibrant straps contrast strikingly with the stealth-black case coating, adding a fun and distinctive flair. MeisterSinger offers the Arctic Blue international edition and the orange-accented Netherlands edition as a limited series of 50 each, priced at EUR 2,690. They will be available for purchase in Q3 2024.

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