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Nomos Glashutte manufacture, Glashutte, Germany 

Some of the best watches in the world come from this town near Dresden.  For more than 160 years, the art of fine watchmaking has been practiced here.


Simply striking

Lux is Latin for clarity, light, and luster.  And now it is the name of an entirely new watch.  With a case in 18 kt rose gold and the classic tonneau form.  A beautifully uncluttered dial.  The genuine horsehide shell cordovan watch strap is hand stitched and embroider.  Elegant buckle clasp, domed sapphire crystal glass:  There are a tribute to that perfect kind of luxury, which only simplicity can truly convey.  But the Glashutte movement, invisible to others, is opulent.  Two mainspring barrels give this caliber DUW 2002 twice the power.  Lux runs for three and a half days without winding.

Reference: 940, 941 & 942
Winding: manual
Dimensions: diameter 38.5 by 34 mm; height 9 mm
$19,500 Case: rose gold 18 kt, tripartite; sapphire crystal glass; sapphire crystal glass back


Ahoi Neomatik

Life’s a beach: with the new Aqua series from NOMOS Glashütte


Summer for the wrist, watches for everyday life—robust and water-resistant to 200 meters, elegant and in entirely new colors.


Ahoi Datum
Atlantik 40.3mm

Ahoi neomatik
Atlantik 36.3mm

Club neomatik Atlantik 37mm

Ahoi Datum Signalblau  40.3mm

Ahoi neomatik 
Signalblau 36.3mm

Club neomatik 
Signalblau 37mm

Ahoi Datum 
white 40.3mm

Ahoi neomatik
Signalrot 36.3mm

Club neomatik Signalrot 37mm

The NOMOS Swing System

Assortiment, reglage, escapement, swing system: 
The system of the balance, balance spring, escape wheel and pallet—that powers
 a mechanical watch and sets the pace—has many names in the watchmaking world. NOMOS Glashütte now has its own, in-house designed and built system—which is called the NOMOS swing system.

It is of the very best quality and meticulously tested, so that the watch ticks just right.
 To craft such a perfect watch part is a true skill. Until now, it was quite impossible for small watchmaking companies as it was too difficult, too complicated, and too expensive. The only option was to craft parts by hand at immense cost—ten or one hundred pieces, but not affordable series production. This is why nearly all brands source their systems from the same few specialized producers in Switzerland.

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