Creative Movement as a centrepiece
Enticing fans around the world is the movement fitted in the Tangomat, which is also produced in-house. The automatic “Nomos Epsilon” is equipped with the classic Tangomat whereas the “Nomos Zeta” powers the Nomos Glashütte Tangomat Date. Under the direction of 29-year-old watchmaker Mirko Heyne, the company reached out to clientele in order to help test their high-grade movements.
In comparison to other movements, the automatic movement powering the Nomos Glashütte Tangomat is quite large. With a diameter measuring 34.65-milimeters, the wristwatch provides precise accuracy and is comprised of a one-piece central rotor made of metal. As a result, the timepiece demonstrates an outstanding winding performance that is further supported through the likewise larger balance spring. Highly legible is the small seconds located at the 6 o’clock marker. The fine workmanship of the model is easily visible through a case-back comprised of high-grade sapphire crystal. Furthermore, the case back of the watch is safely secured with six tempered blue screws, protecting the fine rhodium-plated movement surface and allowing further viewing of the ratchet and duplex wheel – a masterpiece that gains the attention of any watch connoisseur.