Sporty but still distinctively designed, the watches in Nomos’ Aqua line have a depth rating of 200m and were, until now, available with dials in blue, silver or red. Now two white dial versions of the Aqua Ahoi and Club have joined the line-up, demonstrating that a disarmingly simple tweak of colour can have a big impact.
The new watches feature a dial finished in signalweiss, or “siren white”, a shade that’s brighter than the existing white dials, which lean towards a metallic grey. The new colour is complemented by a playful dash of colour – blued hands, bright red hour markers, and light blue on the minute track – that is just enough to create visual interest.
Measuring 36mm in diameter and just 9.6mm thick, the Aqua Ahoi Neomatik is Nomos’ idea of a streamlined dive watch, with subtle crown guards and a screw-down crown.
The Aqua Club Neomatik, on the other hand, measures 37mm in diameter with its characteristic rounded bezel and longish lugs, and stands 9.3mm high.
Both models are powered by the thin, in-house automatic DUW 3001 calibre that’s just 3.2mm high. It is equipped with a free-sprung balance wheel as well as Nomos’ proprietary Swing System escapement.
Each watch is fitted with a light grey textile strap designed by Nomos and is finely woven on the inner side to ensure greater comfort.
Price and Availability
Available starting June 2018, the Nomos Ahoi Neomatik Siren White is priced at US$4120, while the Club Neomatik Siren White is US$3160.
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