MeisterSinger’s “Westminster Abbey” Edition is a confession – in its entirety.
It is no secret that the aesthetics of MeisterSinger’s single-hand watches are based on historical models; on old measuring instruments and, above all, the early European tower clocks. But never before has one of them been so explicitly and extensively cited as the tower clock of Westminster Abbey in the MeisterSinger model of the same name. The structure of its dial is faithfully reproduced to scale, and the shape of the matt gold hand also authentically follows its giant model. Even the usual brand lettering has been omitted in order to keep the watch completely pure in terms of style.
Its design language comes from a time in which seconds or even minutes had not yet begun to play a hectic role. That’s why today it still underscores the beauty of the quiet, smooth course of time that friends of MeisterSinger appreciate just as much as traditional mechanical watchmaking itself. With the “Westminster Abbey” edition, you can also profess these values. The watch is powered by a Unitas hand-wound caliber and its dimensions and robustness make it the tower clock movement among small watches, which can be easily observed through the glass exhibition back.
Only a few copies of the limited series of 60 pieces are still available.