An update for three NOMOS icons: Tangente, Ludwig, and Orion have all received a new caliber—and it’s one that enables each model to feature a distinctive dial. The newly developed date is easy to set in both directions. And it remains outstandingly slender by design.


Orion neomatik 41 date in new colors

Midnight blue, twinkling silver indexes, and a clearly legible date at three o’clock: Introducing Orion from the Update series—bringing understated elegance to everyday life.

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Orion is now available in a new shade of green, which is subtly decorative and always flattering—and it goes by the name olive gold. The indexes and hands are cloaked in gold for a stunning contrast with the stainless steel case.

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The classics, updated: All three Update models are large and slender, but each has its own tailor-made date display—located exactly where it should be, traditionally and aesthetically speaking—at the edge of the dial. This is thanks to a highly innovative caliber, neomatik date (DUW 6101).

The entire month in view: There’s a lot more to the iconic NOMOS model Tangente with its new date function. In terms of watchmaking as well. Just half a turn of the crown is all that’s required to change the date—in an instant. Even backwards to days gone by.

Highly precise, playful. Tangente with the new date circuit. This smart style of date display is entirely new, and is only available from NOMOS Glashütte. The beauty therein: This innovation on the watch’s face elegantly showcases the watchmaking skill that lies behind the dial.

A new date for the iconic NOMOS model Tangente: designer Michael Paul managed this masterstroke.

Interview with Michael Paul

» Looks simple—but it's quite the opposite« Die Welt, 03/18


An update for neomatik: one new caliber, three new watches, and a new date display times three


The DUW 6101 caliber: Completely redesigned, highly precise, and created using modern production methods

The new neomatik caliber: entirely redeveloped, from top to bottom, optimized for precision and longevity. The new date mechanism was designed to fit into a confined construction space. The result: a date watch for every day of a busy calendar.

Theodor Prenzel, NOMOS head of design engineering, about neomatik date.

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What's where exactly? Inside the new neomatik date caliber.

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The elegant neomatik date caliber (DUW 6101) is extremely slender: While the rotor, the date, and the mechanism itself would usually require a considerable amount of space, this movement measures a mere 3.6 millimeters in height—with maximum durability. As always at NOMOS Glashütte, this caliber is richly decorated with traditional polishes and special engravings.

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.

An in-house innovation: neomatik date (DUW 6101) is powered by a proprietary escapement, the super precise NOMOS swing system. With this pacesetter—recognizable by the blue balance spring—the watchmaking company stands out in the industry with something singular and special.