Many who travel throughout the world have to frequently re-adjust our watches for a new time zone when arriving at our destination. And those of us with friends and business associates around the globe often need to know the local time in multiple locations at once. Wearing a watch with a world-time function means that you can surf through the world's time zones instantly. Here are the top 15, from my blog, Watch-Insider.com. … [Read more...]
Nomos is a Glashuette-based German watch brand. Nomos was founded in 1990. Since the mid 1990s Nomos designs and produces in-house movements. In 2014 Nomos introduced the Swing system, a revolutionary system that allows Nomos to manufacture watches entirely in Glashuette without having to rely on Swiss watch parts. The system of the balance, balance spring, escape wheel and pallet is the heart of every mechanical watch - Nomos now controls this chain in-house from end to end. Among the more popular Nomos watches are the Nomos Tangente, Nomos Orion, Nomos Ahoi, Nomos Ludwig, Nomos Tetra, Nomos Cub, Nomos Tangomat, Nomos Zurich, Nomos Lux, Nomos Lambda, Nomos Metro. Nomos watches for sale are available at certified retailers, where official Nomos watches price details can be found as well. The Nomos watches price list is also available on the Nomos website. This is WatchTime's Nomos section with Nomos watch news, blog posts, updates and other posts about Nomos watches as well as Nomos watch infos. Includes Nomos Tangente, Nomos Ahoi, Nomos Tetra, Nomos chronograph, Nomos Bauhaus and other Nomos watch price infos. Nomos watches are available globally and WatchTime covers a wide range of Nomos watches.
This is our Nomos content section. Please scroll down to find Nomos news, Nomos reviews and other Nomos updates. WatchTime is America’s no. 1 watch magazine, our website watchtime.com is among the fastest-growing watch websites worldwide. We have the largest tablet circulation and highest social media fan base of any watch magazine, including Nomos live posts. Our watch database has more than 24,000 watches, among them many Nomos watches. WatchTime’s editors are trusted and respected as the world’s leading watch journalists.
Our content section covers the most popular Nomos watches, new Nomos watches, the best Nomos watches in the world and also look at the best Nomos watch reviews to help you find the perfect watch for you. Read our posts about top rated Nomos watches and the best Nomos watches reviews and make sure to also narrow your search down by date, for example by looking for the best Nomos watch 2014 or top 10 Nomos watches 2013 and popular Nomos watches 2015 – or even new Nomos watches rumored to be launched in 2016. We will help you answer the questions: what is the best Nomos watch, what are the top rated Nomos watches? Even for collectors it sometimes can be difficult to decide on the coolest Nomos watch or even the best Nomos watch in the world. That’s why WatchTime covers many timepieces, on our database and the blog, news or reviews section. There you will find men’s Nomos watches and women’s Nomos watches as well as the best Nomos watches for men and the best Nomos watches for women. For budget conscious aficionados we also look into more affordable Nomos watches and and address the all-important issue of what is the best Nomos watch for the money and what are the best Nomos watches values one can expect. Don’t be discouraged if you need more time than expected to find the right watch, head back to WatchTime frequently to not miss any of our top ten Nomos watches news, top rated Nomos watches reviews or best new Nomos watches blog posts.
Nomos watches are well-known in their native Germany, but not nearly as familiar to watch lovers in the U.S. as other Glashütte-based watch brands such as A. Lange & Söhne and Glashütte Original. Nomos watches, in fact, have their own distinctive look (the brand has won several international design awards) and are fairly reasonably priced despite the fact that they all have in-house movements made in the traditional Glashütte style. As the brand becomes more prominent in the U.S. this … [Read more...]
The May-June issue of WatchTime is on newsstands now (and also in the WatchTime online shop), featuring a comparative test of the Breitling Chronomat GMT Blacksteel and the Omega Speedmaster Professional Dark Side of the Moon, a showcase of milestone Breitling watches, and 39 highlight watches from the SIHH watch fair. Click here for highlights from the issue... … [Read more...]
With Baselworld 2014 now passed, I have as usual assembled my personal list of favorite watches from the show. In the coming days and weeks, on Watch-Insider.com, I will publish lists that are more rational and technical than emotional, but for now, here are the top 10 watches from Baselworld that I most liked and would likely buy. … [Read more...]
In WatchTime's March-April 2014 issue, on sale March 18, we present the latest edition in our popular series of "Back is Beautiful" photo features, which showcases fine mechanical watches that are as intriguing from the back as they are from the front. Click below to download these amazing original photos as wallpaper for your desktop. … [Read more...]
Are you a fan of four-sided watches and looking for a "Square Deal?" In this watch review feature from our October 2008 issue, we take a look at five watches from Eterna, Fortis, Frédérique Constant, Nomos and Oris, all with square or rectangular cases and all priced under $3,000*. … [Read more...]
There is a lot of discussion about what constitutes "affordable watches" and "affordable luxury" in luxury watch brands and best watches for men. From my blog, Watch-Insider.com, here is my list of the top 10 affordable watches and top affordable watch brands that, in my opinion, represent the most excellent value for their luxury watch price and can be considered best watches for men, if you will. … [Read more...]
The holiday shopping season is in full swing, and many of you are probably considering buying a watch, either as a gift for a loved one or as a year-end reward for yourself. In response to the many readers of my blog, Watch-Insider.com, asking me what watch I would recommend, here are my personal selections of watches to give as gifts, all introduced this year or very recently. … [Read more...]
German watch manufacturer Nomos Glashütte has unveiled two new watches, each featuring new in-house movements. … [Read more...]
Germany's Oktoberfest wrapped up earlier this month, but while the dirndls, lederhosen, and giant beer mugs have gone into storage until next year, we thought it might be a good time to showcase some robust, sporty timepieces from some smaller German watch brands that may have flown under your radar this year. Here are five that made their debut in 2013. … [Read more...]
Inside Basel.Geneva is in full swing! … [Read more...]
At the 2013 Baselworld watch fair, held in April, many of the biggest watch brands unveiled their new watches for the year. … [Read more...]
The Baselworld coverage continues at Watch Insider, as Alexander Linz shares his look at the new watches Nomos Glashütte showcased at the watch fair. … [Read more...]
Nomos Glashütte, a watch brand very popular in its native Germany but not as well-known here in the States, is finally making a big push in America, beginning with its flagship timepiece, the starkly designed — and multiple design-award-winning — Tangente watch, which applies Bauhaus design principles to its dial. … [Read more...]
Germany's Nomos Glashütte continues to rack up design awards. Following its iF Design Award, the watch brand has received the GOOD DESIGN Award from the Chicago Athenaeum in 2012 for its Tangente Datum watch, just a year after winning the same prize the previous year, for the Nomos Zürich. … [Read more...]
Nomos Glashütte's minimalist designs, as seen in the German brand's Tetra Collection, has earned it recognition at this year's iF design awards, which are conferred annually by Hanover-based IF International Forum. … [Read more...]
German brand Nomos Glashütte is adding new colors to its Tetra watches, a collection of square timepieces. The watch had previously only been available in white, but they have now added four variations: Tetra weltweiß (world white) and himmelblau (heavenly blue), Tetra biskuit (scone) and zartbitter (bittersweet). All four have rhodium-plated hands, with the movement visible through the back, except for the "world white" version, which has a stainless steel back. … [Read more...]
Once again we look at the biggest and smallest stories of the year. Were you paying attention? As always, the answers appear at the end. Good luck! … [Read more...]
Not long ago, Lynn Miner, a reader of WatchTime magazine, wrote with a request: would we publish a guide on how to pronounce all those nettlesome watch-brand names? We hope the following brand list, with phonetic spellings on the right, helps Miner and tongue-twisted watch fans everywhere. … [Read more...]