Tangente, the iconic NOMOS timepiece, is celebrating its updated date from all sides—and interpreting it in an entirely new way: The date ring, placed far out around the edge of the dial, features two red dots that frame the current date. An aesthetic that can be attributed to the new neomatik caliber within. It's unique, and unmistakably NOMOS Glashütte.
Prizes and awards
Brand new and already award-winning: The NOMOS classic Tangente and its updated date are receiving recognition in the watchmaking world.
An update for the wrist: The classic model with a large dial and neomatik circular date.
stainless steel, bipartite
sapphire crystal glass back
- sapphire crystal glass with anti-reflective coating
height 7.8 mm
lug-to-lug 49.3 mm
- Water resistance
- 5 atm
galvanized, white silver-plated
- oxidized black
Horween Genuine Shell Cordovan black, remborde
lug width 20 mm
Winged clasp, square, stainless steel
In all NOMOS calibers, the date ring is placed around the movement. In neomatik date, this caliber is particularly large. The first neomatik caliber with a date mechanism, it remains wonderfully slender. The date display can be made even clearer, and is particularly legible.
- movement height
- 3.6 mm
- 15 ½ lines (35.2 mm)
- Power reserve
- up to 42 hours
Designed in Berlin, elaborately produced, and polished by hand, the NOMOS winged clasp exudes elegance through its beautiful minimalism.
Exclusively for the watches of our neomatik series: our remborde strap, crafted from Horween Genuine Shell Cordovan. This leather is thick, smooth, and robust—which makes these NOMOS straps particularly long-lasting.