The Nomos Club Automatic Date series is based upon the Nomos automatic winding calibre first used in the
Tangomat Date series. The power reserve is 42 hours, and the central rotor winds with a bidirectional motion.
The in-house calibre used in this watch was designed, developed and manufactured entirely at Nomos by Mirko Heyne, a noted master watchmaker in the Glashutte region of Germany.
Nomos has achieved its goal without being sold to a large enterprise, says Roland Schwertner, the company's founder. We have also become one of the few manufactures of fine watchmaking.
This new Nomos Club Date model features a larger case size of 41.5 mm with a sapphire crystal back to view the movement. This is the largest watch that Nomos has produced.
The dial is striking and is in ruthenium grey. This dial has been rhodium plated to enhance the richness of the color. The hands of the Club are also rhodium plated and feature SuperLuminova to provide excellent visibility at night.
Glashutte three quarter plate with Glashutte sunburst decoration.
Arabic numerals with red five minute markers.
Watch features sapphire crystals on both sides of the watch.