A wonderful form movement that fills the golden case of the NOMOS model Lux perfectly. The manually wound NOMOS caliber DUW 2002 shares many of the advantages of the outstanding movement DUW 1001, but its special feature is the beautifully classic form that calls for the highest level of design and manufacturing expertise and intensity of labor. Not many watchmakers worldwide are capable of creating such a caliber. The elegantly decorated movement has 23 jewels (five of them in polished and screwed gold chatons) and a twin mainspring barrel with a power reserve of three and a half days—the best you can find at NOMOS Glashütte.

Swan neck fine adjustment, NOMOS’ own fine sunbeam polishing, and the hand-beveled edges make the high precision mechanical movement a very special jewel indeed. The hand-engraved balance cock reads “lovingly produced in Glashütte,” which is a perfect summary of DUW 2002’s construction.


In-house built caliber
DUW 2002
in-house built NOMOS caliber with manual winding
movement height
3.6 mm
32.6 by 22.6 mm
Power reserve
up to 84 hours
Special qualities

twin mainspring barrels
stop-seconds mechanism
hand-engraved balance cock
edges beveled and polished by hand
Glashütte three-quarter plate
screw balance
adjusted in six positions
swan neck fine adjustment
23 jewels, of which five in polished and screwed gold chatons
rhodium-plated surfaces with fine sunbeam polishing and NOMOS perlage