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MeisterSinger Metris Auto Single Hand -- LNIB!

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MeisterSinger Metris Auto Single Hand -- LNIB!

watch.source.namePosted by Perdendosi in forums.watchuseek.com
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Up for sale is an absolutely gorgeous MeisterSinger Metris Auto, model ME901. This is a catch and release for me, and although I find it absolutely stunning, I don't think it'll get wrist time (plus, I need the funds for another watch purchase).

While this has the familiar single-hand look of other MeisterSinger watches, it stands out in the crowd. First, it's 200m water resistant with a screw down crown. Second, it has this really cool, almost oblong, case shape with top-brushed lugs that give it a much more interesting, and much more versatile, look. The attention to detail is there. Look at the fine brushing, the great angles, the use of a polished surface right below the case sides to make the brushing really stick out, those awesome, unique, but unobstructing crown guards, the crown itself, and even the signed MeisterSinger logo on the crown, for example. When I saw the watch I thought, "ooh, this is the first watch I've owned that I feel like deserves to be handled with white gloves." It may be hard to convey the awesome design and fine finishing in pics, but trust me, it's there. The blued seconds hand is also gorgeous. I love that the pinion is capped and I love how the blue changes color in different light (many of the pics below are in the shade, so the hand looks closer to black, but in many lighting situations it's a vibrant or deep blue).

The specs:
— Model #: ME901
— Movement: Auto ETA 2824-2
— Case Diameter: 38mm * I measured the watch. The bezel is 38mm, but the case is actually 41.5 from 4 to 10. It's not a tiny watch at all.
-- Case Lug-to-Lug: 45mm (this is my measurement, not official spec). So even though the watch is a little larger, its very short lug to lug ensures it works on a lot of wrists.

— Case Thickness: 11.4mm
— Case Material: Stainless Steel
— Crystal Material: Sapphire
— Case Back: Solid
— Dial Color: Opaline Silver
— Crown Type: Screw-down
— Water Resistant: 200M
— Bracelet Material: Leather * It's an interesting leather. I don't know if the top of the strap is canvas, suede, wool, or some combination of all three
— Buckle: Original Signed Tang
— Lug Width: 20mm

Here's a WUS review that shows some of the case detailng well:

The condition is LNIB. I took the plastic off to examine the watch and take pictures, and then I put the plastic back on and back in the box. I don't think I put any marks on it in that short time, but check the pics to make sure. I put the watch on my wrist to give an idea of what it looks like on top of a 7" wrist, but I didn't attach the clasp. So the strap hasn't been bent at all.

It comes with all the boxes, instruction manuals, and unsigned warranty card. I purchased from a grey market seller that promised a 1 year aftermarket warranty, and I'll include the shipping invoice from that seller too (you might be able to get service from MeisterSinger, but I can't promise that). I literally had the watch out for just a few minutes, so I can't promise accuracy, but the watch was working, and it handwound, ticked, and the date advanced as it should.

These retail for about seventeen hundred dollars. You can find them online for about fifteen hundred and used online for about eleven hundred. I'm asking $750, payment via paypal and shipped in the U.S. via USPS priority mail. I'd prefer not to ship internationally, with the delays that international mail has because of COVID and other issues, but if you're willing to bear the risk of loss and you're willing to pay the extra costs, and if you have good feedback here on the forum, then PM me and we'll talk.

Because I need these funds to cover another watch purchase, I'm probably not too interested in trades. But if you have a SARB005, a blue Monta Atlas GMT, a Speedy Reduced, a grey Eterna Tangaroa moonphase chrono, a Ball Marvelight or similar, shoot me and offer. I'll listen.

I have good feedback here, and I hope you do too.
Thanks for looking, PM me your offers, and onto the pics!










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