If the world is flat (as a dial), then Zürich is its center. This striking automatic watch was designed by the Swiss industrial designer Hannes Wettstein for NOMOS Glashütte and has received multiple awards. With a slender bezel, an excitingly complex case, and a white silver-plated dial, it has long been a classic.
Prizes and awards
Prize-winning restraint: Zürich's design, mechanics, and precision have earned it numerous awards.
Zürich measures 40 millimeters across, and ten millimeters in height. It’s a watch that may be reserved, but never hides its charm.
stainless steel, tripartite
stainless steel back
- domed sapphire crystal glass
height 9.6 mm
- Water resistance
- 3 atm (splash-proof)
- galvanized, white silver-plated, rhodium-plated applique
- rhodium-plated, faceted
Horween Genuine Shell Cordovan black
lug width 20 mm
The first NOMOS automatic caliber and the one with which NOMOS Glashütte launched its in-house caliber production in 2005. Since then, it has been ticking with outstanding winding accuracy—and now with our NOMOS swing system too, which is to say: with independence at its heart.
- movement height
- 4.3 mm
- 13 ¾ lines (31 mm)
- Power reserve
- up to 43 hours
In Chicago, one of the finest leathers in the world is tanned: Horween Genuine Shell Cordovan. Smooth, thick, and almost indestructible, it suits every watch and wearer.