NOMOS Glashütte Club
NOMOS watches are a German brand that was founded in January 1990, by Roland Schwertner. Situated in the small town of Glashütte, NOMOS Glashütte is the largest manufacturer of mechanical timepieces in Germany. It produces timepieces of different calibers and also makes and designs the movements for all of its watches in-house. NOMOS Glashütte makes almost everything by hand except when the precision needed can only be achieved by the use of machine. Exquisite Timepieces is an authorized dealer of the NOMOS Glashütte Club collection. You can find NOMOS Glashütte Club watches for sale here.
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NOMOS Club Watch Collection Review
The NOMOS Club timepieces are robust and precise. The Club collection comes in both the Campus and Aqua series. NOMOS watches always come with the in-house built automatic caliber or the hand-wound caliber. These watches are sportier and youthful than any other NOMOS collection. With the superluminova hands for both the Aqua and Campus series, one can read the time even in the dark. These timepieces are robust as the diameter sizes begin at 36mm to 41.5mm. With these watches, tradition, handcraft, and the latest technologies are perfectly combined.
NOMOS Club Campus is one of the models from this collection. This model is the smallest of the campus series. With the combination of the Arabic and Roman numerals on the dial, the watch qualifies to be bilingual. The Ref. 708 has a stainless steel casing and a screwed stainless steel case back. This watch also has a domed sapphire crystal glass, which happens to be scratch-resistant. It is also water-resistant up to 100m. The Arabic and Roman numerals and indexes of the watch are also gray superluminova or blue luminescence. The dial also has a sub-dial, which shows the seconds’ function and neon orange hands.
As a NOMOS Glashütte classic, the watch has the manually-wound Alpha caliber running underneath the stainless steel case back. This caliber receives praise because of its precision and accuracy. The bearer only needs to wind it only once every two days thanks to its 43-hour power reserve. The straps of this watch have outstanding velour leather material, which discreetly attracts attention. It gives the wrist a more refined look. With its 36mm diameter, the model best suits delicate wrists. This watch is unique for its ability to tell the time even in the dark, thanks to the superluminova (blue luminescence) hands.
NOMOS Club Campus 38 is another impeccable timepiece from the Club Campus series. With a 38.5mm diameter, this watch makes the perfect fit for more robust wrists. It has generous proportions with a stainless steel casing and a somewhat fuller bezel. This model comes in two versions, with the only difference being the design of the case back. The Ref. 735 has a stainless steel case back while the Ref. 738 has a sapphire crystal glass back. It also has a domed sapphire crystal glass, which is scratch resistant. The galvanized, white silver-plated dial has Arabic and Roman numerals and indexes with blue superluminova, which show the time even in the dark.
The model has rhodium-plated hands, with superluminova inlay in white showing the minutes and hours, whereas the neon orange hands show the seconds. The dial also has a sub-dial, which shows the seconds’ function. This model is suitable for swimming because it has a water-resistance of up to 100m. The watch functions with high precision and accuracy thanks to the hand-wound Alpha caliber that runs within. Its power reserve is up to 43 hours, and it only needs to be wound only once every two days. The velour leather material of the straps enhances the polished look of the watch.
Another fascinating watch from the German brand is the NOMOS Club sport (Ref. 781), sporty and straightforward. The large window and deep black dial are just a few of the many appealing characteristics of this watch. It has a robust stainless steel casing and a domed sapphire crystal with anti-reflective coating both inside and out. The DUW 6101 automatic caliber can be seen going about through the screwed sapphire crystal glass back. The black dial has hour numerals and indexes with superluminova coating as well as a 1000ft gold inscription at 6 o’clock.
The other thing that makes this watch unique is the patented NOMOS date mechanism with the date at 3 o’clock as well as the sub-dial, which shows the seconds’ function. With its water-resistance of up to 300m, the watch is suitable for diving. The NOMOS 781 can withstand just about anything, be it on land or in water. Thanks to the Automatic caliber, the watch has an impeccable winding rate, accuracy, and a 42-hour power reserve. This watch happens to be the largest of the club models due to its robust 42mm diameter — the new NOMOS bracelet functions as the straps for this timepiece.
NOMOS Club Neomatik is another elegant watch from the Club Aqua series. Its outstanding accuracy is because of the NOMOS swing system. The DUW 3001 self-winding caliber can be seen through the screwed sapphire crystal glass back. This watch has a diameter of 37mm and 200m water-resistance, making it suitable for diving. It is an unusually slender piece with superluminova coated hour numerals and indexes. The watch also has a light gray textile strap, woven with a waterproof lug.
NOMOS Club 701 is another small version of the Club collection with a 36mm diameter. This watch has the NOMOS Alpha caliber, which runs underneath its stainless steel casing with utmost precision. Apart from the stainless steel casing, the watch also has a broader bezel with generously proportioned typography. This watch also has black with red inlay hands, and the strap material is horween genuine shell cordovan brown leather with red stitching. It has a 43-hour power reserve and water-resistance of up to 100m. This timepiece is robust, just like the NOMOS campus watches. With the 43-hour power reserve of the manually-wound Alpha caliber, the NOMOS Club 36 only needs to be wound once every two days.
The NOMOS Club Dunkel is one of the sporty and refined timepieces from the German brand, NOMOS Glashütte. Its design, precision, and functionality make it quite a classic. This watch has a self-winding Zeta NOMOS caliber and a date function at 6 o’clock. The price of this watch begins at $3,600. We can’t also forget the NOMOS 738, which is the version of the NOMOS Club 38 with the sapphire crystal glass back. This watch has the unique velour leather anthracite straps that are quite long-lasting. With its 43-hour power reserve, the watch only needs to be wound once every two days.
NOMOS Club Campus Nacht is yet another exquisite timepiece from the Club Campus series. This dark version of the Campus (Ref. 736) has the same features as the 738, with the significant difference being the case back design. The hand-wound Alpha caliber keeps running underneath the stainless steel case back of this watch. It is a robust piece with a 38mm diameter and a water-resistance of up to 100m. With the blue luminescence and neon orange hands, one can see the time even in the dark. The Arabic and Roman numerals and indexes with blue luminescence also aid in the clear vision of the time in the darkness. The velour leather strap of this timepiece discreetly attracts attention but maintains an aesthetic appeal on the wrist.
The NOMOS Club 703 is a beautiful award-winning timepiece that portrays a youthful wild spirit. It has a stainless steel casing and sapphire crystal glass back through which the manually-wound Alpha caliber can be seen. The caliber receives praise for its accuracy and precision. Apart from the striking numerals and indexes, the hands of the watch are black with red inlay. The strap of this watch is one of the finest and durable leather materials, horween genuine shell cordovan.
NOMOS 741 is an elegant, sporty watch with a blue-black dial, blue-black strap, and a second hand that shines neon orange in the dark. The Automatic caliber DUW 3001 can be seen moving underneath the sapphire crystal glass back. This watch is also suitable for diving as it has a water-resistance level of up to 200m. It is unusually slender and has the NOMOS Swing system, which ensures outstanding accuracy. Just like the NOMOS Club sport Neomatik, this watch can also tell the time in the dark.
The NOMOS Club 36mm also has horween genuine shell cordovan brown leather with red stitching, just like the NOMOS Club automat. The NOMOS Club automatic perfectly fits a robust wrist with its 40mm diameter and the sturdy stainless steel casing. With the version with the sapphire crystal glass back version of the model (Ref. 753), the self-winding NOMOS Caliber DUW 5001 can be seen rotating. This watch also has the NOMOS swing system, and it continues to tick with outstanding winding accuracy.
NOMOS 701 is among the smallest version of the Club collection because it has the smallest diameter, just like the NOMOS Club campus 36. NOMOS Glashütte club timepieces are all sporty and unconventional. The group has also won several awards, all thanks to its outstanding design and functionality. The NOMOS 731 is another alluring timepiece from the Club collection, which has the patented date mechanism as well as the reliable hand-wound NOMOS caliber DUW 4101. Aside from having a generously proportioned typography, the watch also has a robust stainless steel casing and a full bezel. Its water-resistance is up to 100m deep.
The NOMOS Club sport neomatik 42 is the biggest watch of the Club collection. The price range of this timepiece begins at $4,100, value for money spent is what the club collection guarantees you. The date function of this watch is at 3 o’clock. Unlike the NOMOS 703, this watch has the new NOMOS bracelet. The NOMOS Club campus neomatik is another neomatik version of the club collection. This timepiece features both Roman and Arabic numerals as well as a seconds sub-dial. The watch remains exceptionally slender with hands and hour markers coated with superluminova. This coating enables the bearer to read the time at night. This watch also has the new NOMOS bracelet for a strap.
The NOMOS campus 38 is a unique watch that is available with different case back designs and colorways. Ref. 737 has the sapphire crystal glass back through which the Alpha manual caliber can be seen. This watch’s power reserve, which is up to 43 hours, needs the wearer to wind it only once every two days. With a NOMOS Club watch, the bearer is guaranteed the precision and accuracy of the timepiece.
The NOMOS 733 has a date function, unlike the NOMOS Club Neomatik 39. The Neomatik 39 happens to be the first NOMOS timepiece with a bracelet. Its dial features both the Arabic and Roman numerals, which make it a classic. Just like the other Club watches, this timepiece also has attractive pricing. Its price range begins at $3,000. The price range for the NOMOS 735 starts from $1,700. From the NOMOS 36mm, we see that the presentation of the NOMOS timepieces is quite outstanding. The materials for the watches, including the NOMOS Neomatik club, are unique and long-lasting. The Club Campus Neomatik makes the perfect fit for campus students who are just about to begin another chapter of their life.