Description

Tangente Glück auf, a special model for our German retailer Juwelier Rüschenbeck, is a very fine tribute: The traditional greeting between miners “Glück auf!” finds its roots in the Ore Mountains region, where NOMOS Glashütte also comes from, and refers to the long tradition of mining in the Ruhr area—the home of the Rüschenbeck family business. And that’s why 125 pieces of this limited-edition model are exclusively available at Juwelier Rüschenbeck and here in the NOMOS Store.

Detail

Unmistakably Tangente: The straightforward typography and the reduced dial, galvanized and white silver-plated.

Unmistakably Tangente: The straightforward typography and the reduced dial, galvanized and white silver-plated.

New: The golden hands and the symbol of mining at six o’clock in the form of a hammer and chisel.

New: The golden hands and the symbol of mining at six o’clock in the form of a hammer and chisel.

Tangente Glück auf not only represents German mining heritage in its name but also on its stainless steel back, decorated with a fine engraving of a mineshaft head frame.

Tangente Glück auf not only represents German mining heritage in its name but also on its stainless steel back, decorated with a fine engraving of a mineshaft head frame.