Today, Nomos Glashütte debuted a new version of the Club Sport Neomatik 42 with a new blue dial and integrated stainless steel bracelet.
The Nomos Club Sport Neomatik 42 Date comes in the Glashütte-based company’s existing 42 mm x 10.2 mm Club Sport case with a new galvanized dark blue sunburst dial, which is a highlight for sure. However, the star is the new 20 mm wide integrated stainless steel bracelet, which like any integrated bracelet, had to be specially made for this watch, so as to integrate with the case perfectly.
As the dial denotes, the watch has a depth rating of 1,000 feet (which is just over 300 meters). A red ring around the stem of the crown alerts the wearer, before contact with the water, if the crown is not screwed tight.
Underneath the dial is Nomos’ German-made 3Hz in-house automatic caliber DUW 6101 movement which measures 35.2 mm x 3.6 mm, has 27 jewels, and a 42-hour power reserve. The thinness of the three-quarter plate movement — which is finished with a ribbing polish, tempered blue screws, and Glashutte stripes — allows for such a sleek case.
The Nomos Club Sport Neomatik 42 Date (Ref. 728) is available now for a retail price of $3,960.
Photo by Nomos.