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Nomos builds on its Campus
New Models

Nomos builds on its Campus

Tuesday, 05 February 2019
By The FHH Journal editors
The FHH Journal editors

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Three new automatics join Nomos Glashütte’s range for young graduates. This is the first time the German firm is including a metal bracelet among the options proposed.

When Nomos Glashütte launched the Campus series two years ago, the timepieces were made with young graduates in mind. Now the range is being extended with three new automatic models for those taking the next step in their academic or professional careers—and for the very first time, Nomos is offering a bracelet for its watches. This takes the complete Campus collection up to six: three versions with manual winding and three automatic versions, in multiple sizes and dial colors. What unifies the collection is that they all feature a stainless steel back, which leaves space for a person¬alized message to the wearer from proud parents, grandparents, or significant others. This engraving service is complimentary with every watch.

Club Campus neomatik 39 ref. 765 © Nomos Glashütte
Club Campus neomatik 39 ref. 765 © Nomos Glashütte

The Campus series draws its design from the Club model by Nomos Glashütte, known for its sporty and youthful aesthetic. All six versions feature a robust case and a unique dial with both Arabic and Roman numerals. The three manual watches come with a velour strap, while three are automatic—in other words, equipped with an innovative “neomatik” caliber. Campus neomatik timepieces also come with a brand-new bracelet as standard, although all omos watches can be fitted with alternative leather or textile straps on request. The fine mechanical timepieces in the Campus series are also designed to withstand the rigors of everyday life. Their cases are crafted from stainless steel and sapphire crystal, which is second in strength only to diamond. All six watches are water resistant (manually-wound versions to 100m, the automatic versions to 200m), making them suitable for sport and active lifestyles.

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