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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.
One such watch is named the Club. The case of the Club, though svelte (like so many of Nomos's watches), is slightly thicker, with beefy lugs. Meant to be a bit of a sportier option for the company, the watch has come in a variety of sizes and calibers.
What we have here is the Club Datum, arguably the coolest iteration of the Club family. At 38.5mm it wears on most any wrist as if it was custom sized, and the dial is an absolutely stunning silver accented by grey and red markers with red inlaid hands. The Datum is powered by the almost preposterously good caliber Beta, which boasts almost two full days of power reserve.
The Club Datum is a masterpiece put together by the good folks over in Glashütte, a watch meant for everyday use and reliability. And don’t you deserve a masterpiece?
Stainless steel case is approximately 38mm. Nomos Beta Calibre Self-Winding Movement. Circa 2010s.
Overall Condition: Stainless steel case is in excellent, as-new condition. Silver dial is likewise in excellent as-new condition with crisp colors. Nomos crown. Display case back is in excellent condition.
Includes original 20mm Horween shell cordovan Nomos strap with Nomos signed buckle.
Also includes box, cleaning cloth, and papers dated 4/16.
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We back each Analog/Shift vintage timepiece with a one-year mechanical warranty from the date of purchase.
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