Nomos was founded in 1990 just after the reunification of Germany happened with the fall of the Berlin Wall and the collapse of the USSR. Based in the Glashutte region it takes inspiration from the Bauhaus design movement. To have Glashutte on the dial Nomos has to meet very strict quality standards. They must create at least 50% of the watch caliber in Glashutte to receive the title of being a true Glashutte watch. They only use in-house manufactured movements built up to 95% in the region surpassing that requirement.
Here we have a Nomos Club Datum Dunkel with a 41.5mm high polished stainless steel case. The finely tapered lugs have a lug to lug length of 53mm and a thickness of 9.5mm ensuring a comfortable fit on your wrist. The polished smooth bezel holds a flat sapphire crystal The textured grey dial has an outer minute track with orange numerals. Arabic numerals with batons in between mark the hours. At 6 o’clock a date window. Just above you find a small seconds register with a concentric circle pattern. Long steel sword hands have lume infill. Text is minimalist, typical of a Bauhaus Design-inspired watch. On the reverse, a screw-down exhibition case back. Inside an Automatic Nomos DUW 5101, 21 jewels, 21,600 beats per hour. The movement has the NOMOS Swing System, the brand's in-house escapement, providing excellent accuracy. Exquisite Cotes de Geneve and perlage decoration cover this movement. Tempered blued screws and the skeletonised rotor shows off the attention to detail a Nomos watch gives you. The watch comes fitted on its original NOMOS 20mm strap with a signed buckle and comes with its NOMOS presentation box and papers.
Points of Mention
This watch is sold with its original NOMOS box and paperwork. The watch comes paired on its original NOMOS 20mm strap. The watch is from March 2016 and is sold in fair condition, as you can see, a full case refurb can be provided at an additional cost. The watch comes with our 12-Months NON-Waterproof Warranty.