The NOMOS Minimatik was introduced in 2015.
This watch was designed by Simon Husslein, the protegé and friend of the late Hannes Wettstein – with whom he worked on the NOMOS Zürich. Simon Husslein also worked on the Lambda and Lux, and watches by other brands such as Braun and Ventura. It was the first watch to be fitted with the DUW 3001 movement.
The tripartite features a narrow, flat bezel and lugs that seamlessly integrate into the case. The sapphire glass flows into the case similarly. The case is tapered, with the sides gently curving inwards, aiding the light and airy feel when viewed from above. The dial features alternating Arabic numerals and dots for hour markers. The minute track features a diamond-polished index every five minutes.
All sizes for the NOMOS Minimatik can be found in our sizes section.
A full overview of the various NOMOS Minimatik models can be found on WatchBase.