NOMOS Glashütte Metro

The NOMOS Glashütte Metro wins one design award after another. And quite rightly so. The watch captivates with its straightforward and clear design. The Metro is the first watch from NOMOS to incorporate the patented NOMOS Swing System. With the design, Metro designer Mark Braun wanted to translate and emphasize the accuracy and precision of the movements to create a recognizable and concise watch. The Metro is available in a variety of dial options. Midnight blue, white, champagne and silvercut among others.

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Currently available NOMOS Glashütte Metro watches

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The NOMOS Glashütte Metro is available either as a hand-wound version with its Alpha, DUW 4401 and DUW 4101 movements, or as an automatic watch with the super-slim DUW 3001 caliber, which does its work in the neomatik models.


World-class timepieces have been made in the small town of Glashütte, a place steeped in watchmaking tradition, for over 170 years. The watchmakers who work here are among the best in their guild. There are few products in the world that are as strictly protected as watches from Glashütte. Strict rules apply to the "Glashütte" designation of origin. For example, at least 50 percent of the value added to the caliber must be produced locally in Glashütte. NOMOS Glashütte achieves up to 95 percent instead of the required 50 percent.


NOMOS delivers a sensation in the world of fine watches with its patented NOMOS-Swing system and can do what almost no one else in the world can: manufacture its own assortment.

Company history of NOMOS Glashüttee

NOMOS Glashütte was founded in 1990 by Roland Schwertner and has deep roots in Glashütte. All creative work that is not directly related to the construction of watches takes place in the company's own design studio in Berlin-Kreuzberg. The watches are often designed in collaboration with well-known designers such as Mark Braun or Werner Aisslinger. Today NOMOS is the largest manufacturer of mechanical watches in Germany.