In this version of the Pangaea Day Date, the outer edge of the dial and the date and weekday rings in Bordeaux contrast with the jet black finish of the rest of the dial. The date and weekday rings are completely open, giving the dial both structure and depth. The elegant, slender stainless steel case of the Pangaea Day Date is 40 mm in diameter, water-resistant up to 5 bar, and fitted with a domed sapphire glass over the dial. The movement can be easily viewed through the sixfold screwed glass exhibition back as it performs its high-precision task. Inside the Pangaea Day Date ticks the Swiss automatic movement Sellita SW220, which has been specially modified for the single-hand watches from MeisterSinger. At midnight, the two rings that rotate in opposite directions align to form the next day’s date in the blink of an eye. The rotor supplies the automatic movement with a 38-hour power reserve. Despite its complex mechanical inner workings, the Pangaea Day Date has a profile of only 10.5 mm and is one of the most elegant watches in the MeisterSinger collection. Its novel way of displaying the day and the date with open rings has earned the Pangaea Day Date the Red Dot Award, the German Design Award, and the Good Design Award.