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A smaller Nomos Metro in gold
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A smaller Nomos Metro in gold

Tuesday, 10 December 2019
By The FHH Journal editors
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Nomos introduces the 33mm Metro Rose Gold, the smallest size in the range, powered by a manual-winding Alpha movement. Grey hour markers and purple minute markers gently contrast with the rose gold of the case and hands.

The first Metro model from Nomos Glashütte was unveiled in 2014, and this watch has been winning design awards ever since. Its rounded case, slender wire lugs, tapered hands, and the delicate diamond knurling on its crown combine to create an aesthetic reminiscent of precision tools. There are hand-wound and automatic versions, larger and smaller, with and without complications. But nearly all of them feature a stainless-steel case.

Metro rose gold © Nomos
Metro rose gold © Nomos

This new release, Metro rose gold 33, is only the second Metro from Nomos Glashütte with an 18 kt rose gold case: In 2017, Metro rose gold neomatik 39 was introduced as part of the At Work series of elegant wristwear for the office. It featured a rose gold case, coordinating beautifully with the muted gray accents on the dial and the brown leather strap crafted from Horween Genuine Shell Cordovan. Powered by the neomatik caliber DUW 3001, this automatic version of Metro measures a sizeable 39 millimeters in diameter—making it ideal for larger wrists.

With the latest Metro model, however, designer Mark Braun had something else in mind: “We wanted to reach all watch wearers—and a smaller Metro in gold is the logical next step.” Metro rose gold 33 shows just what is possible with this elegant design. And is perfect for all those looking for a sophisticated timepiece in gold, just a tick smaller.

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