Minutes and seconds
But the Meistersinger Classic Plus Singulator also has a minute and a second hand, each of which has its own smaller dial. The minute dial is located directly below the twelve o'clock position of the hour dial. The position markings 60, 15, 30 and 45, written in Arabic numerals, enable it to be immediately identified as a minute display and clearly distinguished from the other two dials. The seconds dial is positioned symmetrically above the six o'clock position. Here the round positions 60, 10, 20, 30, 40 and 50 are written, which also allows a clear distinction when reading the time. However, the unmistakably fast movement of the second hand is also a clear recognition aid for this display.
The Latin name Singulator means, exactly translated, isolator, which refers to the separation of the three hands into three individual time displays. However, it also reminds us of the word root singular and the German word singular, i.e. unique. And the Meistersinger Classic Plus Singulator is truly unique with its arrangement of hands. Unlike other Regulator watches that make a similar separation, the Meistersinger Classic Plus Singulator with its hour display places the largest and therefore most essential unit of time in the foreground. As a limited special edition of only 25 pieces, it is also a uniquely rare collector's item that your friends will probably never have seen before in any other collection.