Tangomat series offers five models
The basic model enriches a Tangomat date, extended by a patented date system at 6 o'clock. Tangomat GMT also features a second time zone at nine o'clock and a 24-hour display. International three-letter airport codes are used for location information. The dial of the Tangomat Ruthenium, coated with dark platinum metal, is the opposite of the bright numerals and polished, rhodium-plated hands. While the basic version has a steel back, the other Tangomats offer a view through the sapphire crystal back to the three-quarter plate, stop-seconds, six-position fine adjustment, Nomos lock, rubies, temperature blued screws and decorative cuts. The housing dimensions vary between 38.3 / 40.0 mm diameter and 8.2 / 8.3 / 10.9 mm height. The NOMOS Tangomat from Glashütte is splash-proof and waterproof to 3 atm.
From the classic Tangente to the Tangomat
NOMOS Glashütte/Saxony was founded in 1990 as a brand. In 1992, it published the first four basic models, including the Tangente, which was showered with prizes for shape and quality. A logical development step: to transform this ingenious classic into the first NOMOS Tangomat automatic watch and to reflect it effectively in its name. At 3 locations in Glashütte, NOMOS focuses on the traditional art of precision watchmaking. From the creative, cosmopolitan Berlin, the design is contributed by its own subsidiary.