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NOMOS highlights constant values of Glashütte watchmaking with limited edition Lambdas

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NOMOS is marking the 175th anniversary of watchmaking in its home village of Glashütte with three limited edition automatics that use a brand new case and dial for the brand.

The Lambda collection will have production runs of just 175 pieces each for white, black and blue gloss enamel dialled models.

Lambda is the 11th letter of the Greek alphabet and is used in mathematics to denote a constant value.

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Lambda watches have a power reserve indicator that tracks for up to 84 hours of juice, or three-and-a-half days.

Seconds are displayed on a sub dial at 6 o’clock, and the time is shown with super-slim hours and minutes hands.

 

That power is generated and used by the DUW 1001 movement, which is engraved with the statement of origin — Deutsche Uhrenwerke NOMOS Glashütte — seal and is decorated with a fine sunburst polishing on its three-quarter plate.

Every caliber is handcrafted by NOMOS watchmakers in Glashütte.

 

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