(Nomos Watches) The world of luxury watches is vast and full of well-known brands with household classics such as Rolex to newer comers such as Laurent Ferrier.
While these powerhouses certainly produce marvelous pieces to behold, German watchmaking giant Nomos Glashutte ups the game with their variants and signature models.
Having been in operation since 1990, Nomos Glashutte has since then steadily made waves around the timekeeping world making them one of the most sought-after brands in the watch industry.
With that being said, here is a list of Nomos Glashutte models to consider for your collection.
1. Tangente Neomatik 41
Starting with one of their best sellers, the Nomos Tangente Neomatik 41 is nothing short of a beauty. Simple, classy, and proudly displaying the spirit of Bauhaus design.
The Nomos Glashutte timepiece features a galvanized dial with a white silver-plated date ring, stainless steel casing with a bipartite sapphire glass back.
More than just these watches from this particular series always come with straps crafted from Horween Genuine Shell Cordovan, ensuring longevity and durability (Nomos Watches).
The Nomos Glashutte price is at $4,100, the Tangente Neomatik 41 is a definite must-have that suits a variety of occasions.
2. Tangente Sport Neomatik 42 Date Marine Black
A signature model in their luxury sports watch collection, the Tangente Sport Neomatik 42 Date Marine Black is yet another exquisite timepiece to behold.
Featuring a vault with 42- millimeter diameter and powered by the company patented Neomatik Date Caliber, this timekeeper is sleek and functional, going well with any type of wardrobe.
Cased in stainless steel with galvanized marine black hour indexes with light blue Super-LumiNova and a 1000 ft inscription on the six o’clock in red, Nomos Watches this watch is another testament to Nomos’ acclaim in the industry. Retailing at $4,980, this masterpiece can be purchased here.
3.Tangente Power Reserve
Another part of Nomos’ Tangente line, this particular timepiece is not only a pleasure to look at but also comes with a power reserve indicator that alerts its user when the caliber is running out of energy.
Not unlike the fuel gauge in a car. Just like the rest of its signature line, the Tangente comes equipped with Horween Genuine Shell leather and is packed in stainless steel with tripartite sapphire crystal glass back Nomos Watches.
Measuring 6.6 mm in height and 35 mm in diameter, this marvelous timepiece retails at $2,760.
4. Zurich Weltzeit
Perfectly suited for the globetrotter, the Nomos Zurich Weltzeit is one of the company’s most innovative and gorgeous timepieces.
Featuring a 24-hour disc on top of an open dial that allows the wearer to advance the city ring at the push of a button, keeping track of time zones becomes a trivial task at best.
More than just this, the watch allows its user to keep track of both their local time and the time of whatever area they happen to be in.
Retailing at $6,100, this traveler’s must-buy is cased in stainless steel with a sapphire display back and is water-resistant up to 30 meters alongside a power reserve of 42 hours Nomos Watches.
5. Metro Datum Gangreserve
Born from the mind of Berlin-based industrial designer, Mark Braun, the Nomos Metro Datum Gangreserve is a fashion piece anyone would want on their wrist.
Featuring fine-pointed hands and a power reserve indicator to the right of the dial’s center, this timepiece goes well with a variety of clothing options.
More than just this, the Nomos Metro Datum Gangreserve also tickles the fancies of avid watch collectors by allowing them to enjoy charging up the 42-hour power reserve via its manual winding process through the watch’s sapphire case back.
Retailing at $3,780, this timekeeper is sure to bring joy to anyone fortunate enough to get their hands on it.
6. Club Campus Neomatik 39
One of the timepiece giants’ more laidback pieces, the Nomos Club Campus Neomatik 39 is another testament to the German company’s sense of fashion. Featuring bold hands and indices that give it a more casual vibe compared to its usual watches.
The Club Campus Neomatik 39 comes equipped with water-resistance of up to 200 meters, stainless steel casing, and a galvanized dial with white silver-plated Arabic and Roman numerals.
Retailing at $3,020, this beauty also comes with a 42-hour power reserve.
In A Nutshell
Whether you are dressed to impress or simply out for a stroll in the mall, Nomos Glashutte’s watches are sure to fit your look.
Exquisitely designed and built to endure the tests of time, this industry giant’s pieces are well worth the price.
Though the company may be relatively younger compared to other luxury watch brands, their designs and builds speak for themselves, as Nomos Glashutte continues to be one of the fastest-growing and most sought-after luxury watch brands in the world.