The archetype of a timepiece, but more elegant and slender than ever before. Minimatik is the watch with which NOMOS Glashütte introduced its high-end caliber DUW 3001. Great craftsmanship from Glashütte, a little high-tech—and first class industrial design, made in Germany.

Details

With a certain swing

The NOMOS automatic caliber DUW 3001 is only 3.2 millimeters in height. Minimatik wears with corresponding slenderness on the wrist; this elegant watch is wonderfully proportioned and always in a good mood. Here, in the champagne-colored version.

Well thought out—and with a certain swing, not only at the heart of the movement: The hands, lugs, 2, 4, 8, 10, 12, and all the other details on the dial have something to offer on the 2,878th glance.

Oh, these curves! It’s clear to see that this watch would sit perfectly on the wrist.

The case is tapered downwards, so it’s a little narrower towards the back. The domed sapphire crystal glass back rounds off this great impression.

»A small sensation«

Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung Magazin

Minimatik, the latest NOMOS model, received the most important design prizes shortly after being launched. So young and yet so highly praised!

Minimatik in midnight blue. But that's not all: This automatic watch also comes with a champagne-colored or, entirely classic, with a white silver-plated dial.

Depending on the color of the dial Minimatik comes with a leather strap of Horween Genuine Shell Cordovan or beautiful cowhide leather.

Models

3 Watches

Minimatik is available in these versions

Technology

A tick towards the future: the NOMOS caliber DUW 3001

A great deal of tradition and craftsmanship—combined with high-tech, where this serves precision: that is how NOMOS Glashütte makes calibers. In Minimatik, the ultra-thin automatic caliber of the future is at work, DUW 3001.

NOMOS Glashütte can do what almost no other company worldwide can: produce a proprietary escapement. It’s a declaration of independence in the world of fine watchmaking.

Film

“Let me draw it:” Designer Simon Husslein explains Minimatik