MeisterSinger has won the German Design Award 2019 for its Circularis Power Reserve with a steel-grey dial.
The Circularis models make up the German-based brand’s premium line which the company says is the epitome of its technical and aesthetic sophistication.
The design of the Cirularis power reserve is governed by a circular structure in the dial, date window, centre of the hand and in the power reserve which is displayed in a large semicircle at 9 o’clock.
Powered by the manually wound MH02 movement, which was specifically designed for MeisterSinger, the piece can keep precise time for 120 hours, the equivalent of five days due to the two large mainspring barrels featured.
Coincidentally, the MH02 movement in the sister caliber of the MSH01 which also won the German Design Award, becoming the first mechanical movement to do so.
Following the win, MeisterSinger, which is distributed by Duber Time in the United States, confirmed it was ‘highly satisfied’ that its work had been recognised by the German Design Council.