Meistersinger Bronze Line

AM917BR Meistersinger N°03 Bronze Line 43mm AM917BR_SG02
-19%
RRP 1.975,00 EUR
Only 1.600,00 EUR
incl. tax (Germany) excl. shipping cost inside EU included
AM917BR Meistersinger N°03 Bronze Line 43mm AM917BR_SV02
-19%
RRP 1.975,00 EUR
Only 1.600,00 EUR
incl. tax (Germany) excl. shipping cost inside EU included
ME917BR Meistersinger Metris Bronze Line ME917BR_SG02-1
-19%
RRP 1.975,00 EUR
Only 1.600,00 EUR
incl. tax (Germany) excl. shipping cost inside EU included
ME917BR Meistersinger Metris Bronze Line ME917BR_SV02-1
-19%
RRP 1.975,00 EUR
Only 1.600,00 EUR
incl. tax (Germany) excl. shipping cost inside EU included
ME917BR Meistersinger Metris Bronze Line ME917BR_SVF02-1
-19%
RRP 1.990,00 EUR
Only 1.600,00 EUR
incl. tax (Germany) excl. shipping cost inside EU included
AM917BR Meistersinger N°03 Bronze Line 43mm AM917BR_SVF02
-19%
RRP 1.990,00 EUR
Only 1.600,00 EUR
incl. tax (Germany) excl. shipping cost inside EU included
AM1017BR Meistersinger Perigraph Bronze Line 43mm AM1017BR_SG02-1
-19%
RRP 2.075,00 EUR
Only 1.680,00 EUR
incl. tax (Germany) excl. shipping cost inside EU included
AM1017BR Meistersinger Perigraph Bronze Line 43mm AM1017BR_SV02-1
-19%
RRP 2.075,00 EUR
Only 1.680,00 EUR
incl. tax (Germany) excl. shipping cost inside EU included
AM1017BR Meistersinger Perigraph Bronze Line 43mm
-19%
RRP 2.090,00 EUR
Only 1.690,00 EUR
incl. tax (Germany) excl. shipping cost inside EU included
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Since 2001, very special wristwatches have been manufactured in Münster: They bear only a single hand, at the needle-fine tip of which the time can be read. With this special feature, company founder Manfred Brassler places his timepieces in the technical and cultural tradition of early watchmaking.

MeisterSinger - with an eye for the essentials

Our ancestors probably lived more in harmony with nature than we can imagine today. The point in time when man began to consciously perceive time itself as a phenomenon cannot be clearly delimited.
The beginning of time measurement by measuring instruments probably dates back about 6000 years. The first sundials, about 1000 years later the first water clocks. The time it took for a certain amount of water to flow through a small hole was used as a measure of time. Grains or sand were also used instead of water. We still often use the hourglass as a tool today.
It was not until the 14th century that the first mechanical timepieces appeared. Monks built simple mechanical devices that rang bells at regular intervals - the precursors of clocks. And inspired by the sundial, by the mid-18th century all clocks were equipped with only one hand.

MeisterSinger Bronze Line

Bronze is known for its robustness and weather resistance. For a long time it was the first choice for the case of scientific instruments and devices. Another distinctive feature is that bronze develops a characteristic patina over time (depending on how the watch is worn by its owner), making each watch somehow unique.
For the launch of the Bronze Line, MeisterSinger selected three of its most successful models and combined the bronze cases with deep blue sunburst dials, enhanced by contrasting numerals and hands in "Old Radium" and bold red tones.
The first model is the No.03, a MeisterSinger classic distinguished by the absolute clarity of its dial. With its imposing 43 mm diameter, the No.03 offers a striking appearance, especially in this new bronze version. The six-screw steel caseback reveals the Swiss automatic movement through the sapphire crystal display window. 
The perigraph follows the MeisterSinger principle of clear circular arrangement. The date is not displayed in a window, but on the open date disc at 12 o'clock, making the Perigraph particularly reminiscent of classic analog instruments. The movement is visible through the sapphire crystal caseback.
Finally, the third in the new family is the Metris. The smaller of the three new watches with its diameter of 38 mm.

How much does a MeisterSinger Bronze Line cost?

The MeisterSinger No.03 Bronze watch is individualized by how it is worn. The case material is an alloy of copper and tin. Stable against extreme weather conditions, but in the course of use as well as environmental influences, it acquires a characteristic patina over time. AM917BR Meistersinger N°03 Bronze Line 43mm AM917BR_SG02 for € 1.600,-.
AM1017BR Meistersinger Perigraph Bronze Line 43mm AM1017BR_SG02-1 round single hand watch, automatic, ETA 2824-2 with a power reserve of 38 hours, bronze case in diameter of 43 mm, blue dial with an open date ring, crocodile pattern calfskin - brown with bronze buckle, sapphire crystal, stainless steel case back with sapphire crystal case back, 5 bar water resistant for € 1.680.-

History of MeisterSinger

Manfred Brassler founded MeisterSinger in 2001 with the goal of producing the somewhat different wristwatch. His muse here were the traditional one-hand watches, which show only the essentials instead of distracting with the fast-paced second hands. The minimalist design gives these watches even more clarity. Characteristic features are the leading zero of the hour indices and the domed glass. While the first collections differed visually mainly in typography and technically in the type of drive - MeisterSinger offers hand-wound and automatic watches - in recent years the range has been expanded not only to include unisex models, but also more complex models that display not only the time, but also the day of the week and the date or a second zone time. For these additional displays, too, Manfred Brassler has developed a formal language with the principle of free-lying date and time discs that is entirely in keeping with the MeisterSinger idea, not least because the rotation of the discs is reminiscent of the celestial mechanics on which our time counting is based.