Nomos Glashutte Zurich Weltzeit Watch - Moving Through Different Worlds

Jun 10, 2011
The German timepiece maker Nomos Glashutte has taken the wraps off the new Zurich Weltzeit watch.

A perfect companion for the global traveler, the new Nomos Glashutte watch is delivered in a 39.9mm case, composed of 10 parts. It is rendered in stainless steel.

The front side of the timepiece is covered by a domed sapphire crystal. The back part is also endowed with a sapphire glass. The case is water-resistant down to 3 atm.

The new Nomos Glashutte Zurich Weltzeit watch shows off a galvanized, white silver-plated dial. Equipped with brass, rhodium-plated, faceted hands, it displays a world time and a 24-hour indicator.

A special attention getter of the watch is an inscription Heimat, which appears to the right of the display. With the help of the 24-hour disc, this indicator tells the user what time is at home. Driving the functions is an in-house manufactured self-winding movement.

The new Nomos Glashutte watch is coupled with a Horween Shell Cordovan strap.

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