Sleek and reserved. Balanced to deliver what’s needed, and designed to catch the eye. The NOMOS Tangomat GMT is a perfect fit for the watch-lover of today. A seamless combination of style and substance - with an indispensable surprise package integrated for good measure. Not to mention a handy water resistance of up to 3 atm, too.
The sophisticated case of the Tangomat GMT consists of stainless steel divided into five parts, and is further adorned with curved sapphire crystal glass (diameter 40 mm). This at once protects and showcases the stunning dial. Galvanized and white silver-plated, its beautiful, tempered blue steel hands tell time with elegance. What’s more, they also point to a second time zone at nine o’clock and a 24 hour indicator. One thing brings this enriched aesthetic and diverse functionality together: the strap. A gorgeous Horween Genuine Shell Cordovan in understated black, with a lug width of 20 mm.
The NOMOS Tangomat GMT is proof that true knowledge and impeccable performance know no bounds. Inspired by the NOMOS classic Tangomat, this watch knows what the exact time is all over the world. Minimal, international airport-style codes denote the time zones. From Berlin to London. From Sydney to Moscow. A couple of clicks is all that’s required to be in the know right now.
The world-time mechanism in this movement makes the complicated look easy. All thanks to textbook Glashütte design and intelligence: 26 rubies; bidirectional winding rotor; Incabloc shock protection; and a balance spring from Nivarox 1A. Features like this set all NOMOS movements apart from the crowd, and keep them at the cutting edge of watchmaking innovation.
Crafted in a controlled environment and under thoughtful eyes. This movement was built in-house to contain the NOMAS caliber and provide an automatic winding function. With a generous power reserve of approximately 42 hours, reliability and confidence come as standard with the NOMOS and Glashütte Tangomat-GMT watch.
Watchmaking and Glashütte go hand in hand. That’s exactly why NOMOS timepieces, like the Tangomat GMT, are made there. The small, unassuming town in Saxony has excelled in the field for centuries - a number of the 200 workers today are the latest in five generations of watchmakers. Even more of them are acclaimed: Employees of the workshop share 120 awards for watchmaking performance and design.
Just like the unique watches it creates, Glashütte always faces forward. This is a place where age-old craftsmanship meets the latest high-tech production methods and tools. It’s how NOMOS watches stay ahead of the game. The NOMOS and Glashütte Tangomat-GMT watch - a timely reminder that while fads come and go, true class endures.