In celebration of Glashütte’s storied watchmaking legacy, NOMOS Glashütte has unveiled a limited edition timepiece that oozes elegance and sophistication: the Tangente rose gold neomatik – 175 Years Watchmaking Glashütte. This special release, limited to just 175 pieces, sees the iconic Tangente reimagined in 18 kt rose gold, continuing its tradition as a sought-after collector’s item. This is the first time that the Tangente’s classic design is crafted in a rose gold case, featuring a galvanically white silver-plated dial accented with minute markers and a sub-seconds dial also in rose gold, paying homage to its original steel-gray aesthetic.
The Tangente has long been celebrated for its angular and straightforward design, and this 175 Years Watchmaking Glashütte is no exception. However, it stands apart with the addition of the slender and precise in-house neomatik movement DUW 3001, marking a departure from the manual winding of its predecessors. Encased in a timeless 35-millimeter diameter case specifically designed for the new automatic caliber, the watch asserts both style and technical finesse.
Beyond its chic appearance, the Tangente rose gold neomatik – 175 Years Watchmaking Glashütte is a paragon of craftsmanship, regulated to chronometer standards. It is complemented by a luxurious brown Horween Genuine Shell Cordovan leather strap, completed with a solid rose gold winged clasp. The movement’s intricate beauty is showcased through a sapphire crystal case back, further distinguishing this edition from its stainless steel ancestor.
With its slim profile, measuring just 6.9 millimeters in height, this automatic Tangente in rose gold is a touch taller than the original manual version, offering a modern twist on a revered classic. As an elegant nod to NOMOS Glashütte’s heritage, this timepiece is not just a functional accessory but an investment piece, embodying the pinnacle of style and the epitome of watchmaking artistry from the famed German town.