Nomos Tangente Sport Limited Edition for HODINKEE
$ 3,350.00

Nomos Tangente Sport Limited Edition for HODINKEE

Why We Love It

The past several years, NOMOS has surged in popularity due to their minimalist and clean designs, German origins, and attractive price points.

These are all elements of modern watchmaking that we can get behind here at Analog:Shift.

Featuring a 36.5mm polished steel case, a satin grey dial, and blue steel hands, this Tangente Sport produced as a Limited Edition for Hodinkee is amongst our favorite executions to date! The dial consists of contrasting black painted minute and five- minute markers, which offers a restrained, extremely legible display of time. Additionally, the watch comes with two strap options to suit a variety of occasions.

The Tangente embraces and perfectly encapsulates the Bauhaus design language that NOMOS does so well.

For a look at the original announcement for the model, please click HERE

The Story

The little town of Glashütte, situated close to the eastern edge of Germany and home to only 7,000 people, is the birthplace of German watchmaking. Glashütte is home to brands like A. Lange & Söhne, Mühle, and Glashütte Original, all incredible brands in their own right. But there is another brand that calls this little area of Germany home, and that is NOMOS.

NOMOS was founded by Roland Schwertner on January 10th, 1990, two months after the fall of the Berlin Wall. For the next 15 years the company created multiple patents for watch components--like date mechanisms and power reserve indicators--all in preparation for the day they would build their own movements in-house. That day came in 2005 when the firm released the Tangomat, powered by an automatic caliber all their own, and at a price point that virtually no other manufacturer could touch.

As the years rolled on, NOMOS continued in that spirit of affordable self-sufficiency, one of creating in-house movements and selling their watches at prices that belie the care and quality of construction that go into producing them.

Details

SKU: AS04330

Stainless steel case is approximately 36.5mm (excluding the crown). Nomos manually-winding movement. Circa 2019.

Overall Condition: The case is in fantastic condition overall showing only light wear from gentle use. Luminous satin grey dial is as-new condition with painted indicies, and blued steel handset. Unsigned crown.

Includes navy two-piece nylon strap with steel pin buckle, stainless steel bracelet with signed clasp, box, warranty card, papers, and receipt.

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