Tangomat is the name of Tangente’s cousin, which came on the market in 2005. Basically, the face and the case are the same as the Tangente, just somewhat larger. The significant difference, however, is that the movement of the Tangomat is not hand-wound, but automatic. A masterpiece of straightforwardness, Tangente is the embodiment of Glashütte’s craftsmanship and serves as the company’s brand logo. And since they are so similar, the same is true of the Tangomat.
Both models continue to sell and sell, they keep running and running and running. More than any other models at NOMOS Glashütte, Tangente and Tangomat have earned the title “design classics.” They have won many awards for design and quality. Even though they might not look it, they are very robust watches. The only model that is more robust is the Tangente Sport version, which is also suitable for water sports.