This watch is sophisticated, precise, and has contemporary flair, not only winning over design prize juries. Metro’s aesthetic is reminiscent of an intricate measuring tool. And shows how the days go by in the most modern way.


Metro: Telling time smarter

Metro is a cosmopolitan with Glashütte at its heart—the tips of the hands may remind you of the Empire State Building in New York, the delicate diamond knurling on the crown of the watchmaking tools in Glashütte.

The first Metro—with a power reserve indicator, generous date display, and delicate details in mint and red. It collected all the important design prizes within an incredibly short space of time—and so did its designer Mark Braun.

Its domed sapphire crystal glass and slender NOMOS movement give Metro its modern profile. The crown with its delicate diamond knurling, the striking wire lugs—only Metro has them.

The finest precision, combined with clear elegance—Metro shows time on the dot.

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Metro is always slender—whether as a classic hand-wound version or automatic, equipped with DUW 3001.

Good Design, Red Dot, German Design Award: One design prize jury after the other is falling for Metro.

Metro is available in four dial colors: midnight blue, white silver-plated, champagne and urban gray.

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The man behind Metro's award-winning design: Berlin-based Mark Braun has quietly earned himself a prominent place in the design scene.

What defines his work? Braun brings design and handcraft together.

More about Metro designer Mark Braun


Smart mechanics—automatic or hand-wound

A great deal of tradition and craftsmanship, combined with high-tech where it serves precision—that is NOMOS Glashütte, and it applies to all the calibers in Metro too. So hand-wound Alpha, DUW 4401, DUW 4101, as well as the ultra-thin automatic caliber DUW 3001, which ticks within the neomatik models.

The NOMOS swing system

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NOMOS Glashütte can do what almost no other company worldwide can—produce a proprietary escapement. Known as the NOMOS swing system, it’s a declaration of independence in the world of fine watchmaking.

Ahead of his time

Designer Mark Braun discusses watch model Metro