Union Glashütte Releases Noramis Chronograph Sport with Gradient Dials

Union Glashütte introduces an enticing update to its Noramis line as the year comes to a close. Expanding upon the brand’s first water sports watch unveiled in 2021, the German watchmaker now offers three chronographs with captivating color variations: blue, anthracite, and turquoise. With a water resistance of up to 20 bar, the Noramis Chronograph Sports models boast retro-inspired features such as mushroom pushers, scratch-resistant sapphire crystal with a highly domed profile, and unidirectional rotating ceramic bezels.

Adhering to the popular Bicompax style, the chronograph subdials are positioned at 3 and 9 o’clock. The gradient dials seamlessly transition from lighter hues in the center to darker tones at the periphery, mirroring the aesthetic of the three-hand versions.

The slightly domed dials accentuate the color gradient, creating a visually striking effect that varies with light exposure. Polished and satin-finished triangular hands, along with Superluminova-coated main hands, chronograph tips, and hour markers, enhance readability underwater or in low-light conditions. Consistent with the Noramis collection, the date display is seamlessly integrated into the small seconds totalizer at nine o’clock.

The 43mm case, adorned with a ceramic bezel, houses the self-winding caliber UNG-27.S2. The movement is equipped with an anti-magnetic silicon balance spring and boasts an impressive power reserve exceeding 65 hours. Its details can be admired through showcased through the sapphire crystal case back.

The Noramis Chronograph Sports is offered with rubber straps and retails for approximately $3,850 when converted to USD.

To learn more, visit Union Glashütte, here.

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