NOMOS Glashütte last year introduced its neomatik collection built around the NOMOS Calibre DUW 3001 movement. Recognizing that “even if the hands always move in a circle—some wrists simply look better with a square timepiece,” it this week unveiled the NOMOS Tetra neomatik, an automatic version of its Tetra square timepiece, at Baselworld 2016. Two models were announced, a white-dialed version with cyan blue accents and one with green details on a deep blue dial.
With its 33-millimeter edges and updated dial with numbers and markers inspired by the neomatik line, the NOMOS Tetra neomatik offers a more modern look, one that the company describes as ” as more masculine than the hand-wound versions in the model family.”
NOMOS Tetra neomatik specifications:
- Movement: Automatic NOMOS Calibre DUW 3001
- Case diameter: 33mm
- Case thickness: 7.2mm
- Case material: Stainless steel
- Case back: Sapphire crystal
- Glass material: Sapphire crystal
- Dial: Galvanized, white silver-plated with cyan blue print and oxidized black hands (red lacquered seconds hand) or lacquered deep blue with green print and rhodium-plated hands (neon orange lacquered seconds hand)
- Battery/Power reserve: 42 hours
- Water resistance: 3 ATM (30 meters)
- Complications: Seconds sub-dial
- Strap: 20mm black Horween Genuine Shell Cordovan with winged clasp
The automatic NOMOS DUW 3001 is the company’s tenth in-house built movement. Measuring only 3.2 millimeters in height, it uses 27 jewels and is rated as 94.2% efficient (losing only 5.8% of its energy to friction).
The NOMOS Tetra neomatik and Tetra neomatik tiefblau will be available later this spring.
Source : Nomos