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Nomos Glashutte Metro Date Power Reserve


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Full Specification

  • CollectionMetro
    Model No1101
  • Movement
    Features Date, Power Reserve Indicator, Small Seconds
    Movement Manual Winding
    Calibre Alpha
    Case Size 37 mm
    Case Shape Round
    Case Material Steel
    Case Back See-through Case Back
    Glass Material Sapphire Crystal
    Dial Colour Silver
    Hands Stick
    Indexes Stick / Dot
    Strap Material Leather
    Strap Colour Black
    EAN 4037525011019
    Gender Men
    Water Resistance (M) 30
    Warranty Period 2 Years
    Country of Origin Germany

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About the Nomos Glashutte Metro Collection


After the success of the Tetra and the Lux collection, Nomos decided to unveil the Nomos Glashutte Metro collection in 2014. Launched in the 2014 Basel World, the Metro collection holds the distinction of being a minimalistic modern German watch.


The Metro is a thoroughly modern collection with its own look and feel, a comment that is hard to make about most timepieces. It’s meant to appeal to a new, younger audience of watch collectors, one that is less attached to the classical vocabularies of heritage brands. To achieve this break, Nomos did something that few watch brands do—they went outside their walls to an independent industrial designer. Mark Braun, who has a studio based in Berlin, has a portfolio of objects that explore form, colour, materiality and playful relationships. The Metro clearly speaks to his style while respecting the feel of Nomos, creating a timepiece that can be widely enjoyed.


The feeling of a flabbergasted Nomos can be directed towards the Metro collection. With a fresh approach, the Nomos Glashutte Metro collection is equipped with a small second dial at the 6 o’clock marker. The collection is equipped with stainless steel cases but is also available in 18 kt Rose Gold. Whereas, the Metro Date Power Reserve perfectly captures the essence of the first Metro ever launched with a power reserve indicator inside the dial between 12 and 1 o’clock marker.


Before the advent of automatic calibres inside the Metro collection, the collection was just equipped with the Alpha movement. After the addition of automatic movements with date complications, the collection is now home to renowned movements such as DUW 3001, DUW 6101, DUW 4401, and DUW 4101. The DUW 4401 is the brand’s first calibre to incorporate Nomos’s signature escapement.

Nomos Glashutte Metro Datum Gangreserve


Guided by the principles of simplicity and performance, German watchmaker Nomos from Glashutte continue to draw appreciation for their in-house movements and the creation of an in-house escapement called the Swing system. This journey of vertical integration began with the launch of their first in-house calibre, Alpha, in 2005. This manual-wound mechanism was, at the time, one of the best mechanical movements globally and maintains this standing even today.  

With just 2.6mm thickness, Alpha is an exceptionally slim movement, a tradition that the brand have endured through all their other in-house calibres. Its performance is close to chronometer standards, featuring the signature Glashütte three-quarter plate and stopwork. It powers traditional timekeeping functions along with a stop-seconds mechanism for approximately 43 hours once fully wound. Most of the brand's repertoire benefits from this calibre, including Club, Metro, Tangente, Ludwig, Orion, and Tetra. 


    • Brand Nomos Glashutte
    • Reference Alpha
    • Movement Manual Winding
    • Display Analog
    • Base Nomos Glashutte Delta
    • Power Reserve approx. 42 hours
    • Frequency 21600 bph
    • Date Date
    • Diameter 32.10

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