Timepieces are usually elegant works of art. They’re often made out of the finest materials—the likes of mother of pearl, red gold, and stainless steel—and at times even encrusted with the most precious gems and stones. In fact, the people who are lucky enough to own such a piece often wear them solely on special occasions, complimenting their refined look with one final touch. There are some timepieces, however, that are simply casual and can be worn for the everyday. This includes MeisterSinger’s new Circularis Power Reserve Black Line watch.
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Release date: April 2018
The newest iteration of the German luxury watch manufacturer’s well-known Circularis Power Reserve model debuted in Baselworld 2018. A month later, in April 2018, the watch became available for public purchase. Since then, the timepiece has garnered many conversations, often being compared to its original counterpart as well as how casual it looks. They cost $7,198 a piece.
- Diameter: 43mm
- Movement: Hand-wound
- Water Resistant: 50 meters
- Power Reserve: 120 hours
- Frequency: 28,800 vph
- Strap: Brown saddle leather
- Buckle: Pin buckle
MeisterSinger’s Circularis Power Reserve watch is a technological marvel. To date, it is one of the few timepieces available that has a power reserve that is up to 120 hours long—equivalent to 5 whole days. With such durability, the model quickly became a favorite among the German brand’s range, leading to a more casual version this 2018. With a matte black case with a similarly-hued dial, the Circularis Power Reserve Black Line is a much more everyday-looking timepiece than the original, which is often considered a dress watch. The brown saddle leather strap adds to the casual look tenfold while giving a tinge of a masculine look.
43mm looks a tad too big on this caliber. We reckon it might look okay if it’s a chronograph. The Circularis, in our opinion, should not have stretched beyond 40mm. It looks dull and the ETA looks completely lost.
While beautiful in its own right, the Circularis Power Reserve Black Line is a hardly a feast for the eyes as far as luxury timepieces go. Even though the design is decidedly casual, the over aesthetic of the entire pieces leaves a lot to be desired. The matte black finished make it less eye-catching and can even leave it vulnerable to it being lost or stolen. The saddle brown leather strap, while interesting, tends to make it look gimmicky as well.
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