How to read the Circularis?
At first glance, this form of time display may seem unusual, but the time of the single-handed watch is by no means inaccurate unless you really have to pay attention to the minute and second. The hand of the Meistersinger Circularis is an hour hand and moves correspondingly slowly across the dial. The lines drawn between the hour markings correspond to the five-minute markings on an ordinary watch with two or three hands. The thicker and longer lines in the middle between the two hour markings therefore correspond to the half hour and the slightly longer lines in front of and behind the quarter hours. The exact minute has no own marking, but can be estimated very well by the position of the hand between the lines.
You have the choice
You can choose between several options for the bracelet of the Meistersinger Circularis. In the classic version it is worn with an elegant and practical Milanese bracelet that fits comfortably and unobtrusively around your wrist. But the Meistersinger Circularis looks even more precious with a bracelet made of real leather. You have the choice between adventurous real alligator skin or the classic saddle leather. Both types of leather are available in different colour versions and are known for their great resistance and long durability.