Nomos Metro Watches

The Metro is one of the most popular and successful NOMOS watches. This award-winning timepiece has an urban-chic design and is available in a number of models, including one made of rose gold. Precise in-house calibers power these watches.

The Metro is one of Nomos’ first watches to feature their brand-new Nomos Swing System, which is part of a new line of movements under the DUW moniker. The Swing System is what Nomos is calling their new in-house assortment, the segment of the movement that includes the balance, balance spring, escape wheel and pallet.

Yes, the in-house built NOMOS swing system is at work here. Metro has a simply beautiful side profile, demonstrating how elegant and slender a mechanical watch can be.

Nomos Glashütte Metro Watches. One-stop for the German watches – Nomos Glashütte is amongst the most popular watch brands present in the world of watches. The Nomos collection is notable due to its unique and simple style. The design of these timepieces highlights elegance and class. Not just the style, but these Nomos watches also forecast …

Nomos watches ordinarily use variations of the classic baton hand design, but the Metro has introduced the fine-tipped baton hand. Gone is the characteristic blued hands against a white dial that Nomos is so well known for and taking their place are understated black hands.

Today we bring you the Replica Nomos Metro, the first watch to exclusively utilize the new Swing System escapement made right in Glashütte. This is big news, people. As the supply chain tightens up, cutting off access to components and ebauche movements, it’s getting harder and harder for small, independent brands to compete in the marketplace.

Nomos Watches. NOMOS Glashütte is a German watchmaking company based in Glashütte, Saxony, which specializes in manual-winding and automatic mechanical watches. It was founded in January 1990, two months after the fall of the Berlin Wall, by Roland Schwertner.

NOMOS Glashütte was founded shortly after German reunification in 1990 by Roland Schwertner. Their Bauhaus-style watches were originally designed by Susanne Günther and have won multiple design awards. NOMOS originally used modified ETA 7001 movements.