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
fixed with six screws
- domed sapphire crystal glass
height 9.6 mm
lug-to-lug 49.4 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.
Our automatic timepieces come in an elegant leather wallet—the perfect companion for weekend trips and world tours. The black, full grain leather is wonderfully soft and protects your timepiece beautifully.