MeisterSinger often has a flair for the unusual when designing its single-hand watches and the Perigraph, which also features a date display, is no exception. The beautifully balanced date ring rotates freely around the center of the dial. A small arrow at 12 o’clock points to the current date, which advances one step each day at midnight. This analog representation of the date corresponds to the circular time display and provides just as much of an overview.
The Perigraph received a Red Dot Design Award and the GOOD Design Award for its overall design concept and was also voted Watch of the Year. Its stainless steel case is 43 millimeters in diameter, water-resistant up to 5 bar, and the dial is covered by a domed sapphire glass. The Swiss automatic movement, with a rotor that supplies the watch with a 38-hour power reserve, can be viewed through the sixfold screwed glass exhibition back.