When it comes to European watchmaking, there are few towns as revered as Glashütte. It was the birthplace of watchmaking in Germany, after all, and today it’s home to a handful of the world’s most respected manufacturers. Among these is Nomos. Once a boutique operation of only a few employees, the company has grown to more than 100, and it’s no surprise why: Like its neighbors, Nomos produces its own movement in-house; unlike its neighbors, the company offers a line of luxury watches that even those without a Swiss bank account can afford.
These six models are fitted with four different movements, all made in-house by Nomos. The Alpha, Beta, and DUW 4101 offer hacking seconds and are hand-winding only—not automatic. The Zeta movement, which you’ll find on the Ludwig Automatik Datum, is the only truly automatic movement in this collection. Not only is it extremely thin, like the rest of the company’s movements, it’s also noted for its bidirectional winding capabilities. And like most other timepieces from Glashütte, all models are crafted with a three-quarter plate with perlage decoration to ensure stability of movement.
130 Tangente 38 Datum
164 Tangente 38
172 Tangente Gangreserve
231 Lugwig 38 Datum
271 Ludwig Automatik Datum
All orders will be shipped by Drop.
Estimated ship date is Aug 19, 2016 PT.
Payment will be collected at checkout. After this product run ends, orders will be submitted to the vendor up front, making all orders final.