The epitome of a NOMOS watch, the classic for every day: This rounded watch with many right angles is a masterpiece of straightforwardness. And it keeps running and running and running. Tangente comes in several versions, colors, and sizes.
The watch that has been collecting prizes and awards for years now - here with automatic caliber. Tangomat is a tad more masculine that the Tangente, yet the crucial question remains: to wind or to let it wind itself?
Ahoi from Glashütte – the watch fit for anything, anywhere: mountain walking, bicycle tours, sailing, swimming, bowling – even flying a kite. And, of course, it’s an elegant timepiece for everyday wear as well. With or without date, it’s watertight down to 200 meters.
Combining city heritage with Glashütte precision: The fine design of Metro flatters the wrist, the hand, and the eye in equal measure. Equipped with date and power reserve indicator, the new in-house built NOMOS swing system is also ticking away inside this watch.
Sportier, more distinctive, more masculine. With manual or automatic winding, with date and sapphire crystal back or without, smaller, larger, light or dark - Club is possibly the most multifaceted NOMOS watch. For sure: it is the lowest-priced NOMOS.
Perfect for those who love tradition. And those who want (or ought) to add a touch of seriousness to their wild lifestyles. This watch not only comes with manual, but also with automatic winding – and there are smaller models for more slender wrists too.
The professional NOMOS – always making a good first impression. The exceptional Swiss designer Hannes Wettstein is responsible for Zürich’s striking dial. But as always, the movements ticking away inside are handcrafted in Glashütte, Germany.
The square one rounds out the collection - and adds a tad of color: some wrist simply look best with Tetra. It comes in smaller and larger proportions, with and without power reserve indicator. In color it is the favorite watch and all-time bestseller.
Flattering on the wrist – and reminiscent of days gone by. Yet, this manually wound watch is more consistent, more elegant, divinely modern. Orion comes in several colors (and also in a ladies' version), as well as larger with a date indicator.
Watchmaking tradition turned into a fine art: Perhaps the most striking watches in the ranks of the new range, Lux Weißgold and Lux Weißgold hell can be counted among the very best of what is currently available under the designation “Glashütte”.
Combining fine watchmaking and the best design: The Lambda models in rose and white gold reveal movements with exclusive fine sunbeam polishing, hand-engraved balance cock, and screwed gold chatons through their sapphire crystal glass backs.