Some wrists simply look best with corners and edges. These mechanical watches in colors that are both bold and sophisticated come as a quartet, because squaring extravagance so beautifully amplifies its potential. Inside them, the reliable and finely decorated hand-wound Alpha movement from our own manufactory in Glashütte is at work, and the high-quality strap made of vegan velour in velvet gray is as wonderfully soft as it is durable.

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Gentle hues, tough contrast

Straightforward form and typography, soulful colors: this quartet of mechanical wristwatches with extravagant names conveys elegance and passion.

Tetra—Die Unerreichbare. The dial shines with a cool silvercut polish and rhodium-plated hands, while the small seconds dial is painted in a contrasting color.

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Tetra—Die Fuchsteufelswilde. In vibrant aubergine, Tetra radiates self-confidence, and the vegan velour strap features a classy textured look.

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Tetra—Die Wildentschlossene. There is a decidedly romantic look to this rosé. Measuring 29.5 millimeters along its edges, the watch is perfectly sized.

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Tetra—Die Kapriziöse. In a delicate nude tone, this hand-wound watch lends elegance to any outfit. It is complemented by a strap made of vegan velour in a soft velvet gray.

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The vegan velour strap is a new addition to the NOMOS range. Made of high-quality Alcantara®, it is as soft as it is durable and breathable.

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The motor


Alpha is the hand-wound movement by NOMOS Glashütte, fine-tuned in six positions for utmost precision. The caliber draws on a reliable power reserve of up to 43 hours. The rhodium-plated surfaces of the movement are decorated by hand with the Glashütte ribbing and NOMOS perlage. Tempered blue screws represent the 175 year-old tradition of Glashütte watchmaking.

The Alpha caliber is NOMOS Glashütte’s highly acclaimed classic. It was our first movement—and the one that still powers more of our watches than any other.