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NOMOS Four Seasons – celebrating 30 years in Japan

NOMOS is celebrating its 30th year of presence in Japan with the Four Seasons series of limited editions.

2020 will mark the 30th anniversary of NOMOS’ presence in Japan, and they’re celebrating this with the Four Seasons series of limited edition Tangente watches. As far as I can tell for now, the series will consist of six unique references; two for autumn, one for winter, two for spring, and one for summer. Thanks M / @NomiesForLife for the heads-up!

Let’s go over the individual watches:

NOMOS Tangente 35 Four Seasons Aki / Autumn

Based on the Tangente 139, the NOMOS Tangente 35 Four Seasons Aki / Autumn sports a 35mm stainless steel case with display back. The silvered dial features a bronze / salmon minute track, highlighted by a set of gold-plated hands. It is limited to 60 pieces. The pinkish strap is madder-died calf leather. It is set for release in September of 2019.

NOMOS Tangente 33 Four Seasons Aki / Autumn

Based on the Tangente 123, the NOMOS Tangente 33 Four Seasons Aki / Autumn sports a 32.8mm stainless steel case with display back. The silvered dial features a bronze / salmon minute track, highlighted by a set of gold-plated hands. It is limited to 40 pieces. The pinkish strap is madder-dyed calf leather. It is set for release in September of 2019.

NOMOS Tangente 35 Four Seasons Fuyu / Winter

Based on the Tangente 139, the NOMOS Tangente 35 Four Seasons Fuyu / Winter sports a 35mm stainless steel case with display back. The silvered dial features a grey minute track, highlighted by a set of rhodium-plated hands. It is limited to 100 pieces. The grey strap is Yakusugi-dyed calf leather. It is set for release in September of 2019.

NOMOS Tangente 35 Four Seasons Haru / Spring

Based on the Tangente 139, the NOMOS Tangente 35 Four Seasons Haru / Spring sports a 35mm stainless steel case with display back. The silvered dial features a yellow minute track, highlighted by a set of rhodium-plated hands. It is limited to 60 pieces. The yellowish strap is Pagoda tree-dyed calf leather It is set for release in March of 2020.

NOMOS Tangente 33 Four Seasons Haru / Spring

Based on the Tangente 123, the NOMOS Tangente 33 Four Seasons Haru / Spring sports a 32.8mm stainless steel case with display back. The silvered dial features a yellow minute track, highlighted by a set of rhodium-plated hands. It is limited to 40 pieces. The yellowish strap is Pagoda tree-dyed calf leather It is set for release in March of 2020.

NOMOS Tangente 38 Four Seasons Natsu / Summer

Based on the Tangente 164, the NOMOS Tangente 38 Four Seasons Natsu / Summer sports a 37.5mm stainless steel case with display back. The silvered dial features a blue minute track, highlighted by a set of blued hands. It is limited to 100 pieces. The yellowish strap is indigo-dyed calf leather It is set for release in March of 2020.

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new: brand-new NOMOS watches available for purchase on Minimatikal

Hi guys,

Many, MANY of you have purchased straps, clasps and other NOMOS accessories with us. Some of you have even bought one of the certified pre-owned watches we had on offer. We’ve shipped packages all over the world and we’re truly greateful for your love and passion for NOMOS, and trust in Minimatikal. Awesome!

nomos ludwig neomatik date watch with silver dial

A lot of you have also inquired with us for brand new NOMOS watches. In the past we always referred you to our big brother (Ace Jewelers) for that. But no longer – we’ve now started uploading the full NOMOS catalogue right here on Minimatikal. Purchase your NOMOS watch in our fully dedicated and tailored NOMOS eBoutique – yeah! Brand new, authorised, shipped with love from Amsterdam by the most passionate NOMOS freaks imaginable.

To celebrate we’re doing free gifts with every watch purchase. Just pick and click once you’re in the shopping cart area: a 16mm NOMOS folding clasp, an 18mm NOMOS folding clasp, or an original NOMOS strap changing tool.

Check it out now and stay tuned for more!

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in our studio: NOMOS Tangente 33 duo

The NOMOS duo collection was launched at BaselWorld 2019 and earlier this week the first piece made its way to our parts – the Tangente. Of course I had to take a quick snap.

I love the Duo collection. The watches exude an air of calmness and elegance. The omission of the small seconds make it hard to get an idea of the size though. I’m not at all afraid to wear smaller watches, but at 33mm this Tangente is pushing it… Bummer! Please NOMOS – do one in 35.

The Tangente 33 duo is available at Ace Jewelers with either closed or see-through case back.

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in our studio: NOMOS Club Neomatik Siren White

This morning we received a NOMOS Club Neomatik Siren White (ref. 744). The watch is already en-route to one of our esteemed friends in the Middle East – but of course not before spending a few minutes in front of our lens.

I must say I am quite taken with this piece! The Club is my fav NOMOS and this might just be one of NOMOS’ best yet. The red and blue just pop against that gloss white dial. It just screams summer and makes me long for long hot days on the beach.

The NOMOS Club Siren White is available at Ace Jewelers.

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weltweit: Nomos Club Sport Neomatik 42mm Watch Hands-On by ABlogToWatch

In ‘weltweit’ we keep track of interesting NOMOS articles posted around the web.

This morning Bilal Khan of ABlogToWatch posted a hands-on review of the new NOMOS Club Sport Neomatik:

I finally feel seen by Nomos. And by that I mean that for someone with a 7.5-inch wrist and a taste that skews on the sportier side, the new Nomos Club Sport Neomatik is the first piece from the brand I’ve worn that is neither too small nor too dressy. Some notably vocal people have had difficulty accepting the brand’s decision to offer two models in 42mm but I’m finally feeling like Nomos is competing for my business by sizing up and simultaneously introducing its first bracelet, which is impeccably done. Most importantly, the design DNA is kept in tact.

Hop over to ABlogToWatch for the full article!

For those wondering, I’ve added the measurements -including lug-to-lug- of the Club Sport to our sizes section.