A work of art from Glashütte in gold: The work of the tempered blue hands is reminiscent of a kinetic sculpture, the delicateness of the dial of a sketch. The hands of the power reserve move anticlockwise, covering a 297-degree arc—and show how much time remains until rewinding is required. Half a week.
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rose gold 18 kt, tripartite
sapphire crystal glass back
- domed sapphire crystal glass with anti-reflective coating on inner side
height 9.0 mm
- Water resistance
- 3 atm (splash-proof)
- galvanized, white silver-plated
- steel, tempered blue
Horween Genuine Shell Cordovan brown, remborde, cushioned
lug width 22 mm
Produced in the NOMOS Atelier, according to all the rules of Glashütte fine watchmaking: the hand-wound caliber DUW 1001. Equipped among other things with twin mainspring barrels and a power reserve indicator. Once wound, this watch ticks half a week, so 84 hours. A caliber “lovingly produced in Glashütte”—as engraved on the balance cock.
DUW 1001 (adjusted according to chronometer standards)
- movement height
- 3.6 mm
- 14 ¼ lines (32 mm)
- Power reserve
- up to 84 hours
A piece of jewelry by itself: the NOMOS winged clasp in 18 kt gold. It is designed in Berlin, elaborately produced, polished by hand—and exclusive to our Atelier collection.
Our gold watches come with a particularly elegant version of our robust Horween Genuine Shell Cordovan strap. It is not only remborde, but also cushioned (which makes it extra-comfortable to wear).