The subsequent common subject across the new models is the size. The entirety of the watches really measure 38.5mm in breadth, aside from the Tetra which comes in at 33mm by 33mm. This increment on the off chance that width might be indistinct from the current 38mm instances of the Tangente, Orion or Metro, yet the Neomatik developments had just recently been seen in 35mm to 36mm case variations of those models. Nomos fans need at this point don’t pick between a Neomatik rendition of their #1 model, or one with a bigger case.
On its substance, the “At Work” are a fresher and somewhat upsized form of what we have just seen previously. The Tangente and Orion keep their natural blued hands, the Metro its dark needle hands and peculiar records, and the Tetra its sprinkles of shading from the external dial markings. These little contacts can unquestionably be seen as enhancements, however all alone are unobtrusive movements. However, every single one of the above likewise gets two completely new dial choices. The 12 PM blue variants highlight a dark blue dial that goes about as a scenery to profoundly cleaned, rhodium-plated hour and moment hands and an intense neon-orange seconds hand in the sub-dial over six o’clock. The dark blue dials offer a complete differentiation to the customary white dials while as yet holding the mark Nomos tasteful. The blue dials quickly see the watches become more easygoing, however this is gotten control over by the cleaned cases and hands which keep the watches altogether reasonable for office wear under the cuff.
The second new dial alternative is the most striking and will maybe be the most polarizing. Nomos alludes to it as Silvercut, and each watch takes on a silver dial with conspicuous flat brushing. The dial completing tries not to be excessively overpowering continuously sub-dial holding a more customary and concentric furrow finish and with an unexpected fly of red from the seconds hand. This finish absolutely fits the advanced look proposed by Nomos, however it takes a gander at home combined with the energetic styling of the Metro than the fairly more refined Orion. Finally, the Orion and Metro each get an additional watch to complete the “At Work” arrangement. The Orion Neomatik 39 White is, as the name recommends, white. No blued hands or gold files, simply silver hands and lists over a white dial. It’s a perfect look, in any event, when compared to existing models in the Orion range, however it very well might be excessively sterile for a few. Since its presentation, the Metro and its idiosyncratic styling has incited blended responses; adored by a few, and despised by others. The Roségold Neomatik 39 addresses the main endeavor by Nomos to offer an adult, refined variant of the model. The natural case shape, wire carries and dial character are still there however feel marginally more quieted, and sit inside a 18 karat rose gold case. right away, the glow and complexity of the rose gold case and dark specifying act to stifle the liveliness of the Metro, yet after looking into it further the recognizable files and needle style hands are available and particular. Accompanying the “At Work” arrangement, Nomos have additionally dispatched a recently planned deployant catch which is likewise accessible to buy independently. Overall, these new models may just component steady changes however seem, by all accounts, to be thoroughly examined and are probably going to demonstrate effective. The entirety of the watches are accessible straightforwardly from Nomos beginning from $3,780 and going up to $9,700 for the Metro Roségold neomatik 39. Nomos