MeisterSinger builds timepieces for everyone who doesn’t need or want to count the seconds in everyday life. All who simply need a piece that helps them to keep track of time – whatever the situation – want to check out MeisterSinger’s Metris. This watch is sharing many qualities with your favourite jeans: It’s handsome and versatile, it goes with everything and simplifies your life. Once you had one of these, you don’t ever want to wear another watch.
The new Metris, MeisterSinger presented at the Baselworld last month, is robust, easy to read, handles a swim in the lake but still looks great when teamed up with less casual clothes. Thanks to its slender case and the typical hallmarks of MeisterSinger watches, the needle-shaped hand and the twin digits to mark the hours, are supplemented by a round, magnified date window in this model.
The biggest difference to the other models of the manufacturer is its dynamically shaped case and its conical flanks. The Metris has a certain similarity to the sports watches of the early 70s – and that’s not coincidence. After all, the 70s were among the golden years of mechanical watchmaking. Their engineering was so shockproof, waterproof and energetically reliable that they could be worn for every activity without a second thought. Such qualities still come in handy for the active wearer. The stainless steel case of the Metris is waterproof up to 20 bar and its oval integrates the crown protector, giving the watch added robustness.
Yes, the Metris brings all the features to make it a reliable companion that can be worn just as casually and carefree as your favourite jeans. With its contemporary diameter of 38 millimeters, it’s never in the way, it isn’t bulky or flashy.
MeisterSinger put a Swiss automatic caliber inside; the ETA 2824-2 to be exact, which provides a 38 hour power reserve.
You can take your pick between four different dials: opaline silver, ivory, black and blue. All watches are completed by matching NATO strap.