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First Look at the Nomos Club and Tangente Sport neomatik 42 Date

First Look at the Nomos Club and Tangente Sport neomatik 42 Date

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For 2019, Nomos has extended the two its Tangente and Club lines with new references that are greater, more water safe, and all the more vigorously lumed. While this isn’t the first run through the German brand known for refined and spare dress watches has played with sports watches, it certainly addresses another heading and an endeavor to enter another market. Let’s investigate these three models revealed recently.  


Tangente Sport neomatik 42 Date

  • Case Material: Stainless steel
  • Dial: Galavanized, white silver plated or Marine Black
  • Dimensions: 42mm
  • Crystal: Sapphire
  • Water Resistance: 30 atm
  • Crown: Screw down
  • Movement: DUW 6101
  • Strap/Bracelet: Nomos arm band with 145 parts
  • Price: $4,980
  • Expected Release: Available now

Club Sport neomatik Date 42

  • Case Material: Stainless steel
  • Dial: Black
  • Dimensions: 42mm
  • Crystal: Sapphire
  • Water Resistance: 30 atm
  • Crown: Screw down
  • Movement: DUW 6101
  • Strap/Bracelet: Nomos wristband with 145 parts
  • Price: $4,060
  • Expected Release: Available now

The Club has consistently been among the most easygoing, go anyplace, do anything watches that Nomos makes. It’s frequently showcased as a first watch for new mechanical watch lovers or as a basic regular choice that accommodates your everyday routine regardless of how you experience it. The new Sports model takes this to another level, with an amplified case (this and the new Tangente are the uncommon Nomos that break the 10mm thickness imprint) and a lot of lume. The width is 42mm, yet you may find that it wears bigger, as many do with Nomos, in light of the fact that the bezel scarcely there. Like all Nomos watches, this is for the most part dial. Presently, the Club Sport comes in a basic dark dial with splendid white numerals.

The Tangente Sport is comparatively amplified, 42mm in breadth and a hair thicker than the Club, and accessible in white and dark variations, each with differentiating components in the numerals and applied squares of lume. I’m to some degree a Nomos conservative and am more attracted to the white dial and its hands with a particular seafoam green shade, however both are incredibly decipherable and undeniably Nomos. Similarly as with the Club Sport, it will be intriguing to perceive how this bigger Tangente, with its particular prolonged and slender haul configuration, really wears on the wrist.

For fanatics of the brand, I figure the most fascinating part of this delivery will be the new arm band that Nomos is presenting with the new Sport line. Initially, it has an unmistakable vintage bid, and to my eyes has a specific similarity to the old Speidel Twist-o-Flex arm bands of the 1960s, albeit this is obviously more refined. The connections are flimsy and run corresponding with each other, and Nomos has utilized a basic crease over fasten plan and a basic measuring framework through the screws under. It stays not yet clear how hard wearing this wristband configuration will be over the long haul, yet there’s no rejecting that the plan group has made something that sets magnificently with the actual watch.   Nomos