Simple Lines Tasting Nomos Ludwig Neomatik Watch

Slim, elegant and highly accurate, this is the new generation of Nomos automatic watch series: neomatik. This series of watches has three advantages that no other watch on the market currently has: they are very thin, have the accuracy of the observatory certification level, and Nomos has not increased the price of these watches. At the 44th Baselworld Watch & Jewellery Show 2016, Nomos launched the new Nomos Ludwig neomatik watch, model number: 282.
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   The round case is made of stainless steel, with a three-piece structure, polished and retouched, with a diameter of 36 mm and a thickness of 6.95 mm. It retains the classic size and is waterproof to 30 meters.

   Equipped with a pitted crown, the crown is engraved with the brand logo for easy adjustment. The lugs and case are naturally connected, with smooth lines.

   The white electroplated silver dial is embellished with cyan blue minute hands and slim elegant Roman numerals.

   The central hour and minute hands are treated with oxidized carbon black, and the new gold neomatik logo is decorated below the 12 o’clock position of the dial, instead of the previous neon color.

   The sub-dial is located above 6 o’clock and is decorated with a snail-shaped pattern and red painted seconds hand.

   Powered by Nomos’ tenth movement: the new generation DUW3001 automatic movement. This movement is only 3.2 mm thick and equipped with a high temperature fired blue hairspring, which is not only extremely thin but also extremely precise.

   A black Holvin premium Cordova horse leather strap is hand-stitched and hemmed for a pleasing look.

   The above is the information related to the 2016 Basel International Watch & Jewellery Show prepared by the staff in front of the Watch House. We will continue to provide more and more intuitive exhibition reports for everyone in the future. Everyone pays attention. (Photo / text watch home Xu Chaoyang)
2016 Basel International Watch & Jewellery Show Special Report