Metro date power reserve, designed by Mark Braun, is young and sophisticated, yet Glashütte through and through. The power reserve indicator doesn’t only remind wearers when to rewind, it is also one of the design features. Others include hands as fine as quill tips and colorful hour indexes. And the hand-wound NOMOS caliber DUW 4401 is within, setting the pace, equipped with our proprietary escapement.
Prizes and awards
Good Design, Red Dot, German Design Award: Metro is wrapping one design prize jury after the other around its wrist.
Smart, slender, mechanical: With a 37-millimeter diameter, Metro date power reserve commands more space on the wrist but remains exceptionally slender, despite its complications. It flatters the wrist and eye alike, suiting him and her.
sapphire crystal glass back
- domed sapphire crystal glass
height 7.7 mm
weight 44.0 g
- Water resistance
- 3 atm (splash-proof)
galvanized, white silver-plated
mint green indexes at three, nine and twelve o'clock
- oxidized black, seconds hand red
Horween Genuine Shell Cordovan black, with quick-change spring bars
lug width 18 mm
The first caliber in which our proprietary escapement, the NOMOS swing system, is setting the pace. This hand-wound caliber crafted in Glashütte, Germany, also features an extra-large date and the NOMOS power reserve indicator. Both are patented.
- movement height
- 2.8 mm
- 14 ¼ lines (32.1 mm)
- Power reserve
- up to 42 hours
In Chicago, one of the finest leathers in the world is tanned: Horween Genuine Shell Cordovan. Smooth, thick, and almost indestructible, it suits every watch and wearer.