DUW 4101 Calibre "Swing System"
This watch features the new Nomos Swing System - a spring and escapement designed and built by Nomos.
The distinctive blue balance spring can be used to identify Nomos watches using the Swing System.
What is the Nomos Swing System?
Nomos has been working on their new escapement for a number of years, featuring an in-house balance spring, anchor and anchor wheel. The new Nomos balance spring was developed together with the German balance spring specialist Carl Haas and is immediately recognizable by its blue color.
Nomos Glashutte has spent more than 11 million Euros over the last few years to develop their movement components, of which this new swing escapement is a major developmental cost.
All Nomos movements featuring this new swing system will be designated as DUW (Deutsche Uhrenwerke).
This version of the Nomos Club adds a date function, sapphire back to view the in-house movement and a larger case size of 38.5 mm.
This watch demands attention for its sporty design and dial markings. The manually winding movement is designed at Nomos' Glashutte, Germany workshops, and features a power reserve of 40 hours.
Arabic numerals with red five minute markers.
Watch features sapphire crystals on both sides.
This watch features a silver dial.