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weltweit: Ace x Nomos Limited Edition de Stijl – Impressie, draagverslag en andere mijmeringen by Horloge.info

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

This week Lex Stolk of Horloge.Info posted a review of the Ace x NOMOS De Stijl Limited Edition. Sorry – this one is for the Dutchies only!

De monochromatische weg die Ace en Nomos zijn ingeslagen blijft veel langer boeiend. Wie toch primaire kleuren wilt zien kan twee dingen doen: het horloge omdraaien en ontdekken dat het Alpha uurwerk is voorzien van geblauwde schroeven, rode synthetische robijnen en een geel/goudkleurig balanswiel óf de zwarte Shell Cordovan band verruilen voor een gekleurd exemplaar.

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weltweit: The Ace x Nomos Orion 100 Years Of De Stijl Is Really Just Taking The Mickey via Quill & Pad

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

This week Ian Skellern of Quill & Pad posted a passionate opinion on the Ace x NOMOS De Stijl Limited Edition.

Did nobody at that meeting say, ” Am I the only one here thinking that watch without color, to commemorate 100 years of an art movement known primarily for bright primary colors, sounds absolutely bonkers to me?” Did nobody say that or did nobody listen? 

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weltweit: Celebrating 100 Years Of ‘De Stijl’ via Quill & Pad

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This week Martin Green of Quill & Pad posted an in-depth review on the limited edition Nomos Orion ‘100 Years De Stijl’.

With hour markers that are different in length and thickness, the Orion gets a surprising transformation – and the first word that comes to mind is playful. Symmetry plays an important role in Nomos designs anyway, and by taking that away the watch experiences a modest twist, receiving even more character‘.

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weltweit: Living with the Nomos Orion ‘100 Years De Stijl’ via Watches by SJX

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

This week Watches by SJX posted an in-depth review on the limited edition Nomos Orion ‘100 Years De Stijl’.

‘While hardly apparent from across the room, the unusual dial catches the eye up close. The look struck me as soon as I saw photos at the launch last year, which is why I bought one.’

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weltweit: How A Small German Village Became the Most Important Place for Watches by GearPatrol

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

Last week GearPatrol posted a great read on how Glashütte [re]gained its position as the #1 hub of German watchmaking.

Schwertner’s only real experience in the watchmaking industry was limited to IT consulting for a watch brand in Düsseldorf. He knew of Glashütte’s watchmaking legacy, however, and saw its potential to yet again become a luxury watchmaking mecca.

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