MeisterSinger makes watches for people who know just what is important to them. All they need is a long, single hand that displays both the hours and the minutes; seconds are not important to them, although the current date is quite another matter.
That’s why MeisterSinger has revised one of its most successful models, the Pangaea, and equipped it with a date display that reflects the design concept of the watch. The MeisterSinger design language is based on historical instruments with a rigorously objective look, but also on the faces of early pocket watches, especially those that needed nothing more than a single, slender hand. The Pangaea, the most elegant model among the MeisterSinger classics, is also part of this tradition.
Apart from its slim 40-mm case, the finely curved serif typeface contributes towards its visual lightness. The watch is powered by a Swiss automatic movement. The glass back of the Pangaea provides a clear view of how the rotor, which is engraved with a golden MeisterSinger logo, supplies the movement with power. The exhibition back is fastened with six screws and the stainless steel case of the Pangaea is water-resistant up to 5 bar.