Jewellery & Watch News
One of the most highly anticipated releases at Baselworld this year was the new collection of NOMOS Sport Neomatik watches and their stunning new stainless steel bracelet – the first of its kind from Nomos. The German watch manufacturer are famed for producing most of their straps themselves including their renowned Horween Genuine Shell Cordovan leather strap. The new NOMOS bracelet has been handcrafted from 145 individual parts and features a sophisticated deployment buckle making it incredibly easy to use and wear. It brings an extra touch of elegance to the already remarkable Nomos Sport Neomatik range.
There are currently three Nomos Sport Neomatik watches available: the 580, 581 and the 781. Each variation boasts a slightly different dial design but all come with a stainless steel case measuring to 42mm in diameter and only 10.9mm thick allowing them to mould comfortably to the wrist. They also all come with domed sapphire crystal glass with anti-reflective coating on both the inside and outside providing easy legibility to the dial beneath it.
The Nomos Tangente Sport Neomatik 580 watch comes with a stunning white-silver galvanized dial decorated with pastel blue Superluminova hands, sleek font Arabic numerals, sand coloured Superluminova indexes and red on the water resistant rating. The Tangente 581 model follows suit but instead comes with a marine black galvanised dial, sand coloured hands, blue indexes and numerals and red accents on both the water resistance rating and the subsidiary seconds hand.
The Nomos Club Sport Neomatik 781 has the most differential dial design to the other Sport models but it remains similar to other Nomos Club watches we have seen. It boasts bolder and thicker styled Arabic numerals on a black dial with white Superluminova hands and indexes. Providing a sleeker, more sophisticated look, the 781 also leaves out any red accents and has a classic sand coloured water resistant rating and a sleek steel subsidiary seconds hand.
The Nomos Sport Neomatik watches come with an impressive 1,000 metre water resistant case which houses the DUW 6101 automatic winding calibre. This movement boasts an excellent accuracy and comes equipped with the patented NOMOS date mechanism alongside 27 jewels and a power reserve of 42 hours. The self-winding calibre can also be viewed through the sapphire crystal case backs where you can see the beautifully engraved oscillating rotor spin.
All three Nomos Sport Neomatik watches are available to pre-order now with the release date looking around somewhere in November. The 580 and 581 retail at £3,980 and the 781 comes in cheaper at £3,220. For a handmade German watch with a remarkable automatic calibre, these watches come at an incredibly affordable price. If you would like to order your own or find out more information on the Nomos Sport watch collection, click here.