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neomatik

neomatik denotes a NOMOS watch that is equipped with the movement of the next generation: automatic caliber DUW 3001. Thanks to the most modern methods of assembly and production, it is only 3.2 millimeters in height, and thinner than anything else that self-winds and is produced in large-scale series. And it enables NOMOS Glashütte to make watches that were impossible before: slim and extremely accurate, cosmopolitan, cultivated, and contemporary too. The models Ahoi and Club now also come fitted with neomatik technology: sporty, extra robust, full of surprises—and recognizable by the series name Aqua.


White Silver-plated models

Familiar faces among the NOMOS models—and Minimatik. Watches that tick just right—all it takes is a small movement of the arm. They are highly elegant and contemporary and, in the Aqua series, extra robust to boot. Naturally for timepieces from Glashütte, they are outstandingly precise. The models of the neomatik series come in a variety of versions: each one with a dial in silver-white, many with a champagne-colored dial, a select few in a most beautiful shade of midnight blue. The neomatik models in the Aqua series sometimes carry a dial in white, sometimes in deep blue, and now and then in the new NOMOS colors: siren red and siren blue.


Details

Introducing Tangente neomatik nachtblau. Typically NOMOS: the sub-seconds dial. Typically neomatik: its neon-orange seconds hand.

The neomatik series is classic—yet surprises with perfectly measured details of color. Seen here: the golden perlage on the cyan blue minute markers of Minimatik.

The golden inscription on the dials of neomatik watches bespeaks the new automatic class from NOMOS Glashütte.

Ultra-thin, elegant, and remarkably modern: That is Tetra neomatik nachtblau. Traces of green and gold splendidly harmonize with the fine dial.

After the success of the first edition, neomatik is being continued—with a few small changes: For example, Minimatik champagner no longer features the neon rings circling the small seconds.

The dot relief on Metro neomatik nachtblau's crown? It is reminiscent of the precision tools that every watchmaker needs for their work.

Classic NOMOS and yet new: Tangente neomatik champagner. The neon orange highlights of the minute markers are emblematic of the innovation within—the automatic caliber DUW 3001.

Particularly eye-catching, aside from the new NOMOS automatic movement DUW 3001, is the design of the neomatik watches: Colorful accents on a white silver-plated, champagne-colored or midnight blue dial ensure a dash of avant-garde, and the remborde straps from the finest leather are complemented by the exclusively designed NOMOS buckle clasp.


Films

Roll the film—and hear what the experts have to say. Industrial designer Simon Husslein reveals what makes Minimatik from the neomatik series so special; Mark Braun, the designer behind Metro, presents the latest automatic version of his award-winning watch. Finally, Theodor Prenzel, the brains behind the new automatic caliber DUW 3001, explains how the motor of the next generation was created.

FILM MINIMATIK

FILM METRO NEOMATIK

FILM DUW 3001


Movement

neomatik timepieces tick with exquisite slenderness—which is made possible by the ultra-thin movement operating inside them. With DUW 3001, the tenth proprietary caliber from the watchmaking company, NOMOS Glashütte is raising the bar for what is expected of self-winding watches: DUW 3001 is 3.2 millimeters in height, exceptionally precise, and equipped with a very special heart, the NOMOS swing system.


Accessories

The watchstraps for most neomatik timepieces are made from black Horween Genuine Shell Cordovan or naturally tanned cowhide leather; exquisitely remborde and furnished with elegantly proportioned NOMOS clasps. The neomatik models in the Aqua series come with waterproof straps: These light gray and blue-black textile straps are woven in France for NOMOS Glashütte. All models are delivered in a case made of the finest cowhide leather.


Uwe Ahrendt's promise

“Whichever one is your favorite: We produce only the best watches. With our base of watchmaking knowledge, drawing on over 170 years of tradition, a great deal of craftsmanship—and a dash of high-tech where it is more effective than working by hand. Our town is renowned worldwide as a center of fine watchmaking. Not only do the best watchmakers in the country work in Glashütte; this is also the location of the famous horology school where generations of Swiss watchmakers once learned their trade.

There are a number of mechanical watch producers in Glashütte. However, NOMOS Glashütte is the company that does everything itself: DUW 3001 is the tenth proprietary caliber from our brand. Purchasing movements—the heart of a mechanical watch—from third parties is the norm in the watchmaking world. This, for us, is out of the question, since we can only ensure the quality of our timepieces by building the entire caliber by ourselves. In purchasing a NOMOS watch, you are acquiring a timepiece that has only been allowed to leave our workshops after over 50 strict quality controls. We go to levels of effort that many would consider extreme. This is why buying a NOMOS watch is an investment in lasting values—in something that stands the test of time. You have my word.”

Uwe Ahrendt, NOMOS CEO and Partner

More Collections

To date, there are twelve model families from NOMOS Glashütte—you can find an overview of them here. You can also choose between different series, for example, Aqua, Campus, Tetra Berliner set, and the 33 Series. Furthermore, NOMOS produces special edition watch models for Doctors Without Borders and haute horlogerie timepieces in gold.