Tangente neomatik nachtblau

Thanks to its in-house built caliber DUW 3001, Tangente neomatik nachtblau is as elegant and slender as the classic Tangente model—and quite automatically, without needing to wind the crown. The latest member of the neomatik series features small accents in green, orange, and silver on its deep midnight blue dial. Perhaps the best way to keep track of time after the heure bleue—in a most beautiful shade of blue and with striking elegance.


Data

Case
stainless steel, bipartite; diameter 35 mm; sapphire crystal glass, sapphire crystal glass back, height 6.9 mm

Dial
midnight blue; minute markers green

Hands
rhodium-plated, seconds hands neon orange

Strap
Horween Genuine Shell Cordovan black, remborde, hand-stitched; NOMOS buckle clasp; lug width 18 mm

Water-resistant
to 3 atm

Reference number
177

 


Film

Watches that make you happy, because they are a tick better and more beautiful: NOMOS Glashütte has extended the neomatik series and created three models in midnight blue. They are elegant, dark, mysterious, masculine—and perhaps the start of a great romance. In the spotlight here: Tangente neomatik nachtblau. 


Movement

DUW 3001—in-house built NOMOS caliber with automatic winding; NOMOS swing system with tempered blue balance spring. (DUW stands for: NOMOS Glashütte Deutsche Uhrenwerke.)

Diameter
12 ¾ lines (28.8 mm)

Movement height
3.2 mm

Power reserve
approx. 42 hours

Characteristics
decentralized seconds, stop-seconds mechanism, Glashütte three-quarter plate, NOMOS balance bridge, 27 jewels, bidirectional winding rotor, Incabloc shock protection, DUW regulation system, adjusted in six positions, tempered blue screws, rhodium-plated surfaces with Glashütte ribbing and NOMOS perlage


For parties and premieres

Tangente neomatik nachtblau. A watch that pays testament to style and expertise. Casually elegant—and one that knows when to take a step back and let its wearer enjoy losing track of time.


More watches

To date, NOMOS Glashütte has released twelve watch models and four collections totaling about ninety different versions. There are thus many more watches to discover—find a selection here.