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NOMOS Glashütte

NOMOS Glashütte, one of only a handful of owner-operated watchmaking companies worldwide, crafts fine mechanical timepieces in the small Saxon town of Glashütte. German engineering skill, outstanding product design (in the traditions of Bauhaus and the Deutscher Werkbund), and above all Glashütte watchmaking craftsmanship - thanks to these three aspects, NOMOS watches are of the highest quality in every respect.


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NOMOS Club Sport Neomatik Petrol

Club Sport Neomatik Petrol

Club Sport neomatik petrol boasts style and striking comfort: With a case diameter of 37 millimeters, the automatic watch dazzles on any wrist.

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NOMOS Tangente

Tangente Neomatik 41 Update Midnight Blue

A midnight blue masterpiece of straightforwardness: The clear lines and precise angles of the stainless steel case and the lugs, the completely flat sapphire crystal glass allow Tangente Update to remain as slender as ever on the wrist.

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About Nomos Glashütte

NOMOS Glashütte, one of the few owner-operated watchmaking companies in the world, creates the finest mechanical timepieces in the small Saxon town of Glashütte. NOMOS watchmakers count among the very best in their field what they have mastered is still a challenge for their colleagues elsewhere. That is because watches have been crafted in Glashütte for many generations for 175 years, to be precise. NOMOS Glashütte is part of this long tradition of German fine watchmaking. In accordance with the protected designation of origin for Glashütte, the watchmaking company produces its in-house movements on-site with a production depth of up to 95 percent. NOMOS Glashütte creates watches in accordance with the principles of the Deutscher Werkbund, the precursor to the Bauhaus movement: The combination of outstanding craftsmanship with the renowned prowess of German engineering on the one hand, and of advanced research with state of-the-art technology on the other, is the foundation for the superior quality of its timepieces. The characteristics shared by all NOMOS watches include top-quality materials, refined dials, elegant and usually slender hands, narrow bezels, and an exceptionally clear form many models have long been considered classics. Furthermore, they have received more than 160 prizes for watchmaking craft, design, and quality.

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