Tangente, the iconic NOMOS timepiece, is celebrating its updated date from all sides—and interpreting it in an entirely new way: The date ring, placed far out around the edge of the dial, features two red dots that frame the current date. An aesthetic that can be attributed to the new neomatik caliber within. It's unique, and unmistakably NOMOS Glashütte.
Outstanding mechanics from Glashütte: The first neomatik caliber with a date, setting a new standard. The NOMOS automatic caliber neomatik date (DUW 6101) is not only very large—at only 3.6 millimeters in height, it is also extremely thin. That’s because this caliber was redesigned from start to finish, and the date mechanism has been integrated into it. DUW 6101 is an in-house built NOMOS neomatik caliber with automatic winding, neomatik date mechanism, and bidirectional quick correction feature.
Dimensions: diameter 40.5 mm; height 7.9 mm; weight 58 g
Case: stainless steel, bipartite; sapphire crystal glass back
Dial: galvanized, white silver-plated; date ring
Hands: oxidized black
Water resistance: 5 atm (suitable for showering)
Power reserve: up to 42 hours
Strap: Horween Genuine Shell Cordovan black, remborde, hand-stitched, size M; NOMOS winged clasp
Lug width: 20 mm
Includes: leather case; official NOMOS authorized dealer signed warranty booklet; cleaning cloth