The wonders of fine watchmaking from Glashütte’s workshops are crafted with incredible craftsmanship using the finest materials, namely NOMOS Lambda and Lux watches. NOMOS launched these two series for the first time a year ago, thus formally stepping into another watchmaking field. At this year’s Basel watch exhibition, NOMOS Lambda and Lux series welcomed new members.
Among the award-winning NOMOS round manual winding watches, Lambda deep blue is one of the most attractive. The dark dial is in sharp contrast with the 18K white gold case, which is clear and easy to identify. The power reserve display is located at 12 o’clock and spans 297 degrees.
Lux series also welcomes three new works, named Ermine, Cicada and Sable, with gray, lemon yellow and fuchsia dial designs. Continuing the classic platinum design of the Lux series to create a barrel-shaped case, it is more slender and luxurious.
Each gold watch is unique and hand-crafted using the world-renowned exquisite craftsmanship of the Glashütte Workshop. Through the case back, you can admire the movement inside the watch, gooseneck-type fine-tuning device, rhodium-plated 3/4 splint, delicate chamfering and polishing, and exquisite solar radiation decoration.
The Lambda model is equipped with a DUW 1001 movement, and the Lux series is driven by DUW2002. These manually-wound movements are accurate and are the ultimate embodiment of NOMOS ‘mechanical achievements. On average, only two to three high-end watches of this type can be produced every week.
The DUW 1001 and DUW 2002 movements are equipped with dual barrels and have a power reserve of up to 84 hours. The mechanical engraving is engraved with ‘NOMOS Glashütte Deutsche Uhrenwerke’ (NOMOS Glashütte movement manufacturer from Germany) or ‘DUW’, which highlights NOMOS’s unique identity as a movement manufacturer.