Introducing The Nomos Zürich, Now Available In Metallic Blue And Brown (With Specs And Price)

Glashütte-based Nomos, best known for its monochromatic and austere Tangente, has unveiled two attractive dial colours for its Zürich wristwatch, originally designed by the late Swiss designer Hannes Wettstein.

The first, and my favourite, is the Blaugold (“blue gold”), a galvanised, metallic blue with sunburst brushed finish.

The other is the Braungold (“brown gold”), which is metallic brown.

Both watches have the 39.7 mm wide Zürich case and contain the in-house Epsilon automatic calibre. The retail price will be approximately EUR2900, about 10% more than the regular Zürich models.

Though these are just variations on an existing model, Nomos watches are so well designed and so well priced, I own two, that you can’t help but like them.


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