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Old 04-08-2019, 05:07 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default New MeisterSinger Vintago

Thinking everyone likely saw this MeisterSinger with all of the recent
Baselworld releases. Thought one handed watch fans might enjoy though.

Their new Vintago will have a 38mm stainless steel case, 50m WR, domed
sapphire crystal with AR coating, multi-level dials in black, blue, ivory,
and opaline silver, leather straps, and even mesh bracelet. Then the Sellita
SW200-1 automatic is there behind an exhibition case-back also guys.

Here is a look...











Monochrome Watches, Timezone, and MeisterSinger with much more...

https://monochrome-watches.com/meist...ld-2019-price/

http://forums.timezone.com/index.php...=0#msg_7594877

https://www.meistersinger.com/
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Old 04-20-2019, 08:13 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Love the cream dial piece and general warmth of the line as a whole. The proportions and delicacy of the case are typically Teutonic.

Here’s my gripe: the date wheel. The cutout puts too much unnecessary information on the dial. Do I really need to know yesterday’s and tomorrow’s date? Neo-Bauhaus is about functionally minimalistic design, not superfluousness.

The different print style for “Vintago” misses an opportunity for design cohesiveness.
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Love the cream dial piece and general warmth of the line as a whole. The proportions and delicacy of the case are typically Teutonic.

Here’s my gripe: the date wheel. The cutout puts too much unnecessary information on the dial. Do I really need to know yesterday’s and tomorrow’s date? Neo-Bauhaus is about functionally minimalistic design, not superfluousness.

The different print style for “Vintago” misses an opportunity for design cohesiveness.

Am with you with that cream dial, and sleek design jsmallmateer, and
although I don't mind the date wheel, and how they wrote Vintago. I
can see what you are saying.

Like you said if the date wheel was smaller in would be more minimal
right?! Guess "Vintago" could have been put under the actual name
MeisterSinger possibly too. You're right.
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