Where the heart of the big city beats, MeisterSinger´s city kid offers a particularly stylish overview with its convenient day and date display.
MeisterSinger’s city kid has learned a lot. The Urban Day Date is designed with an easy-to-read day and date display, showing the day of the week at 12 o’clock and the current date at 6 o’clock in two different windows. Whereas the circular date window is the same shape as the case, the curved segment showing the weekday corresponds well with the fermata logo. Above all, it creates a fascinating point of interest in between the upper hour markers.
The Urban Day Date is the only MeisterSinger to display the typical twin hour digits only at 2, 4, 8, and 10 o’clock, giving it a particularly dynamic look.
The Urban Day Date is powered by a dependable automatic caliber, the Miyota 8285, the workings of which can be observed through the screwed glass exhibition back of the stainless steel case. Whenever the wearer moves, the rotor engraved with the MeisterSinger logo supplies the movement with fresh energy. The mainspring stores the power for 42 hours of precision timekeeping and to power the next step the day and date disks will take to display the following calendar day at midnight. If the owner takes off the watch over a long weekend, the weekday and date can be adjusted quickly and easily via the crown.
The Urban Day Date comes with a calfskin watchstrap and a free additional textile strap.