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Nomos Club Sport


Club Sport neomatik petrol boasts style and striking comfort: With a case diameter of 37 millimeters, the automatic watch dazzles on any wrist.

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Nomos Glashutte Tangente Nemoatik


An update for the wrist: The classic model with a large dial and neomatik circular date.

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Explore NOMOS Glashutte diverse range of exceptional timepieces, all available to purchase at Mayors.


Tangente, the round watch with many right angles, embodies NOMOS Glashütte like no other. Tangente, our prizewinning classic for the wrist, has been a continuous bestseller for over 25 years.

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Sophisticated and multilingual, Metro was created by Mark Braun, also famous for his interior design work. With its clear minute markers, fine hands, and domed sapphire crystal glass, this watch is loved by more than just design prize juries.

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Club is one of the youngest and sportiest NOMOS models. Its case, made from stainless steel and sapphire crystal glass, easily brushes off small and large shocks. Some versions are particularly water resistant, others sport the new NOMOS bracelet.

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Zürich is a watch of the world with a heart made in Glashütte. This multiple award-winning automatic watch was designed by Swiss industrial designer Hannes Wettstein, featuring slender bezels, striking lugs, and refined curves. Zürich world time knows the time everywhere around the world and shows the local time anywhere in a click.

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Renowned industrial designer Werner Aisslinger and NOMOS Glashütte created a sophisticated new watch for the new neomatik date caliber. Its distinct, clear forms and perfect surfaces are what make this sporty NOMOS watch so special.

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Subtly sophisticated, NOMOS Orion watches testify the brand's devotion to simplistic charm. Heavily inspired by the Bauhaus art movement, this array of watches showcases minimalist watch design at its best.

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Motor of the next generation: the automatic movement DUW 3001

The automatic movement DUW 3001 is a shining example of German engineering—and Theodor Prenzel is the brains behind this new motor. He and his colleagues in the research and development department spent 1.5 million minutes working on it. Here the 30-year-old explains how he managed to redefine the possibilities of production and assembly. And how it feels to hear this tiny huge innovation tick for the first time.

About NOMOS Glashütte

Founded by Roland Schwertner in 1990, today NOMOS Glashütte is the largest manufacturer of mechanical timepieces in Germany: Nobody else produces more watches than this company. Maybe because there are so many special things about them.

In Glashütte, 180 employees build watches and calibers of the highest quality: in the former train station, in the NOMOS Chronometry high up in the valley, in the precision machining department, and the production hall in Glashütte’s Schlottwitz district. It goes without saying that Glashütte is the heart of NOMOS Glashütte. But there are more employees to be found around the world—for instance in New York City, and Berlin; all together there are about 200.

Not only in Glashütte, but in the whole world of fine mechanical watches, a company that does not buy in the movements of its watches from third parties but instead designs and makes its own is extremely rare. NOMOS Glashütte exclusively develops and produces its own calibers; each and every timepiece is made in-house, on site, in Glashütte.

And almost everything is made by hand. Milling plates, bridges, and wheels, bluing screws, beveling edges, finely regulating calibers—building the best watches requires a great deal of patience. It often takes years from the first design drawing to market readiness, when the watch can be sent out into the world.

With an unbelievable amount of effort and attention to detail, the NOMOS watchmakers produce and refine the many components of the movements—almost completely by hand. Only when high-tech is more precise than handcraft—when it all depends on a thousandth of a millimeter—does NOMOS Glashütte use machines.

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