Hit models in polar and petrol
The demand was more than obvious. Now NOMOS Glashütte is expanding its Club series with two sporty models with a link bracelet and moderate diameter, and in new colors.
GLASHÜTTE, OCTOBER 12, 2022. Club Sport neomatik polar, Club Sport neomatik petrol—the names of two new NOMOS watches the manufacture just unveiled at its annual Forum in Glashütte. These models feature everything that matters on your wrist. Not only are they made by hand in the Glashütte watchmaking tradition, precise and extremely reliable, but they are also robust and beautifully presented. The comfortable stainless steel case and link bracelet (polished and satinated) fuse seamlessly with each other, framing the beautiful sunburst finish of the dial. They tell of an athletic day-to-day, of a sense of style and of success.
The model is already available in blue and black, each with a 42-millimeter diameter. The two new watches measuring a moderate 37 millimeters are perfect for many wrists, both male and female. “Demand for Club Sport with this diameter was more than obvious,” says Sven Schönberger from NOMOS Product Management. “It simply fits the times.”
The new colors of the dial are strikingly beautiful. Polar blue and petrol green are not only refreshingly different and truly radiant with the luxurious NOMOS sunburst finish, they are also colors that harmonize while being full of character and vibrancy. On top of that, the luminescent numerals beneath the domed sapphire crystal are easy to read even at night or under water. And thanks to recessed hour numerals (which hold more luminescent material), the new NOMOS watches glow for a very long time.
It goes without saying that the two new Club models are no snowflakes: Club is the sportiest of the NOMOS watch families anyway; the new models are seawater-resistant up to 20 atm and equipped with a deployant clasp, making them the perfect watches for sports by and in the water—and more.
The energy these high-performance watches require to display the time is generated by even the tiniest movement of the wrist: the high-precision caliber, measuring an ultra-flat 3.2 millimeters in height (in-house DUW 3001 neomatik caliber) works efficiently; the rotor winds the caliber with movements in both directions.