Nomos Introduces the Tetra neomatik, Now Powered In-House

The latest addition to the neomatik line, square Tetra is now equipped with the in-house DUW 3001 movement. Specs and pricing below.

Having made its debut late last year, the neomatik is Nomos’ line of watches powered by the slim, in-house DUW 3001 movement. While the first series of neomatik watches were all round, the line-up included the signature Tangente and Metro, the range now includes the square Tetra, the only Nomos watch in this shape.

Nomos Tetra neomatik 2

Originally only available with a hand-wound movement based on an ETA calibre, the Tetra has now been upgraded with the DUW 3001. Just 3.2 mm high, the DUW 3001 is the slimmest movement Nomos has made.

Nomos Tetra neomatik 1

Measuring 33 mm by 33 mm, the new Tetra is available in two guises. The Tetra neomatik is a more traditional silver, with pale blue minute markings and a red seconds hand. The Tetra neomatik tiefblau (“deep blue” in English) is named after its dial colour, which has dark green minute markings and an orange seconds hand. Another detail distinguishes the new Tetras from the neomatik 1st edition – the “neomatik” lettering on the dial is a subtle gold, instead of bright orange or red.

The Tetra neomatik is priced at €2900 or US$3860, while the Tetra neomatik tiefblau is €2980 or US$3980. Prices include local taxes.

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