With the Adhaesio, the single-hand watch specialist MeisterSinger has developed a dual timer that adeptly follows its own aesthetic principles.
Above the logo, an arrow points to the second local time zone on a 24-hour ring, which rotates in a clockwise direction. These two times are separated by a second ring, which shows the date and moves in the opposite direction.
A Swiss automatic movement, the ETA 2893, powers the watch. The local time, the second time zone and the date can all be adjusted via the crown. 43 millimeters in diameter, its stainless steel case is discreet in size and is 10 millimeters thin.
In 2001, Manfred Brassler launched MeisterSinger with the desire to go back to the basics of art and watchmaking in order to create a simple measuring instrument at an affordable price. The name, German for master singer, has its origins in the Middle Ages, when singers in organized guilds took part in competitions to come up with a new sound and be crowned MeisterSinger of the year. The fermata, the pause symbol in musical notation, is part of the logo of MeisterSinger, reflecting the brand’s relaxed approach to time found in its single-hand watches. Discover more about Meistersinger here.