Are you 18 and fresh out of high school? Or 29 with a successful career at a leading newspaper? Have you become a father or mother, founded your own theater, learned to be a chess master, or climbed high up the corporate ladder? Or maybe none of the above, yet finding ultimate contentment simply working in the yard? Whatever the case, one thing always fits, always provides the right embellishment, always endures: NOMOS Club. This line of watches is a bit more sporty, more head-on (yes, maybe even more distinctive, more striking, and more youthful) than the manufactory’s other models, which are generally understood to be more “intellectual” in orientation. How does the Club succeed in balancing these two tendencies? It’s quite simple, actually. The watch has grown, becoming more slender in the process.
Over the past few years, the successful original model, which made big waves as “the good watch for high school graduation,” has been joined by a whole line of bigger brothers. The original Club with its childlike cuddliness has had to make way for the newer variations, whose proportions are more suitable for the executive chair. Now there is a size that fits each magnitude of wrist, ranging in diameter from 36 mm to 41.5 mm. And in these new sizes, the whole watch acquires completely new qualities. These “grown up” versions are more expansive, more sporty, and more elegant; truly smart career-types.
All models are waterproof up to a pressure of 10 atm. Furthermore, for those who have too much going on in their heads to take notice of the date or to think about winding their watch, all Club models can be made with either an automatic caliber, designed and constructed in Glashütte, or the patented NOMOS date display.
Taking into consideration the options between light or dark face, there are all together 6 possible variations. And we have no personal favorites among them, so regardless of which of these 6 watches causes you to fall head over heels in love, we offer our warmest congratulations! Currently, the Club models are by and far the watches with the best price to performance ratio in their class. Presumably, this is pleasing for those at all levels of magnitude and certainly the most pleased are those sitting at the top, whose job is money management.