The NOMOS Club neomatik was introduced at BaselWorld 2017 and is easily one of our favorite watches from the show, pairing NOMOS slender self-winding neomatik movement with the sporty Club case.
NOMOS' neomatik movement was introduced in 2015 in the Minimatik, Tangente, Metro, Orion and Ludwig models, available with dials in either champagne or silver. In 2016 the square Tetra received the new movement as well, while the option of a 'Nachtblau' (night blue) dial was added to the existing models. This year NOMOS put the movement in both the Club and the Ahoi (more on that in a later post), leaving the Zürich the only model that has not (yet?) been fitted with a neomatik caliber.
Alon with the introduction of the new movement, NOMOS also introduces a new case size to the Club: 37mm. Along with a number of other watches in the Club series, it is now part of the Aqua series, with a water-resistance of 200 meters. Notwitstanding its diving-capabilities, the height is a relatively slender 9.27mm, and the DUW 3001 neomatik movement can be admired through the sapphire crystal see-through case back.
For now, the Club neomatik is available in four configurations, ranging from classic-with-a-quirky-touch to full-on 'Signal' red or blue.
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