Description

The quintessence of NOMOS Glashütte: Lambda Weißgold. Seemingly drawn with a fine quill tip, full of Glashütte watchmaking heritage, and still more modern that anything else telling the time—a wonderful instrument of the highest precision. The generous power reserve indicator shows when it has to be rewound; only after three-and-a-half days.

Detail

“Lovingly produced in Glashütte” is individually hand-engraved onto the balance cock. A greeting that also proves that the best is often hidden from sight.

“Lovingly produced in Glashütte” is individually hand-engraved onto the balance cock. A greeting that also proves that the best is often hidden from sight.

The delicate interplay of the hands, filigree and gold-plated, are reminiscent of a kinetic sculpture—and the finely drawn dial of an etching.

The delicate interplay of the hands, filigree and gold-plated, are reminiscent of a kinetic sculpture—and the finely drawn dial of an etching.

Half a week, so 84 hours, is how long this watch runs until it needs to be rewound. The generously proportioned power reserve indicator shows how much time remains—down to the very hour, which is rare.

Half a week, so 84 hours, is how long this watch runs until it needs to be rewound. The generously proportioned power reserve indicator shows how much time remains—down to the very hour, which is rare.