Replica NOMOS new Tangomat commemorative watch

NOMOS from Germany was born in 1845. The factory is located in the small town of Glashütte, a famous watchmaking town in Germany. NOMOS inherits the fine watch tradition of the town of Glashütte, and with its unique design and extraordinary watchmaking craftsmanship,replica hublot it has become a leader in emerging watches. Speaking of NOMOS, the first reaction is its minimalist design from the Bauhaus style. The Bauhaus style is a very important watchmaking concept that affects the shape of NOMOS watches. This year marks the 100th anniversary of the Bauhaus movement in Germany. For this reason, NOMOS launched the Tangomat commemorative watch to pay tribute to the aesthetic essence of “formation with function”.

The brand-new Tangomat commemorative watch is based on the brand's iconic Tangomat 601 watch, which draws on the manuscript of Bauhaus's “Magicist” Paul Klee, expressing the design concept of “Art gives things to form”. The dial is like a sketch paper waiting to be filled,orologi replica and a red, yellow or blue scale circle around the dial, as if time is drawn on the dial, leaving traces of the years.

The new Tangomat commemorative watch has a 38.3 mm watch diameter that is suitable for men and women. The watch is made of stainless steel and the surface is polished with a polished finish, which highlights the delicate luster of the metal and the texture. The simple and neat lines are a major feature of the NOMOS watch, which looks more inclined to Sven and a small fresh feeling.

The sketch paper matte dial presents a distinctive main color, with a retro style, with black hands and modern print typography, and the dial forms a vivid color contrast, showing a fascinating visual effect. The scale circle is painted red, adding a touch of color to the watch. The dial has a small seconds at 6 o'clock.

The watch is paired with a rugged steel strap that is soft and comfortable to wear. The brand combines practicality and aesthetics to recreate the centuries-old Bauhaus trend and the watchmaking craftsmanship of the Glashütte watchmaking town.