The special edition Orion neomatik pays homage to tradition while embracing the future: Golden indices on a white silver-plated dial and steel-blued hands were the hallmarks of watches made by Glashütte master horologists. Slender, high-precision automatic movements demonstrate the capabilities of innovative caliber technologies. These three in-house built models are limited to 175 watches each.

Orion neomatik in detail

Three elegant sizes and two high-performing calibers

These automatic watches are beautiful: simple and unusual at the same time, reduced to the essentials and exceptionally easy to read. In smooth lenticular form, they sit elegantly on the wrist. The groundbreaking calibers work efficiently and with high precision within, regulated according to chronometer values. Perfection is possible.

This silver electroplated dial with faceted gold indexes and tempered blue hands is shimmeringly polished, generously proportioned and offers luxurious clarity.

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The hour indexes are slightly offset to the inside, while the sub-seconds dial is harmoniously flat. The date display in Orion neomatik 41 date is placed at three o'clock.

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DUW 3001 and DUW 6101

neomatik: Motors of the next generation

Shortly after the arrival of the NOMOS swing system, it was the next in-house sensation: the first neomatik caliber, DUW 3001. Flatter, finer, more elegant than everything that had come before, it set a new standard for automatic movements. With the second caliber, DUW 6101, NOMOS Glashütte is taking things a step further—with a date that can be quickly and easily set forwards or backwards.

DUW 3001 (adjusted according to chronometer standards)

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The neomatik caliber DUW 3001: an automatic movement of an entirely new caliber. Highly precise and at 3.2 millimeters, extremely thin. The proprietary NOMOS swing system keeps the time within. You can recognize it by the tempered blue balance spring.

DUW 6101 (adjusted according to chronometer standards)

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DUW 6101: neomatik date, a high-end mechanism from Glashütte. This neomatik caliber is not only very large but, at only 3.6 millimeters in height, also exeptionally slender. The date is located exactly where it should be—at the edge of the dial. The fact that it can be set forwards or backwards quickly and easily? Just one of many user-friendly features.