Introducing: The NOMOS Glashütte Ahoi Neomatik (Live Pics & Pricing)

Introducing: The NOMOS Glashütte Ahoi Neomatik (Live Pics & Pricing)

You likely don’t quickly think “sport watch” when you consider NOMOS, yet the plan disapproved of German brand makes more than moderate dress watches. The Ahoi helps through a large number of similar thoughts, yet as a smoothed out plunge watch. Today the Ahoi gets a significant update as a more modest case size, a refreshed development, and two brilliant new dials in the nick of time for hotter weather.

The new Signalrot (Signal Red) shading makes this the most splendid NOMOS yet.

The Ahoi originally returned out in 2013 and got refreshed with a hazier Atlantik Blue dial a year later. It’s as yet a piece of Nomos’ contribution, with or without a date, and all the models up until these new Neomatik variants have been 40mm in distance across, 10.64mm thick, and generally downplayed. Entertainingly, while the new versions are a lot more modest, they additionally make a lot greater statement.

The new Ahoi Neomatik watches are 36.3mm across and simply 9.55mm thick, however the principal believe you’re likely going to see is the pair of new dial tones. NOMOS is calling these Signalblau (Signal Blue) and Signalrot (Signal Red), and both truly pop. It’s difficult to get across in photos, yet particularly in regular light these dials nearly seem as though they’re shining. For genuine iridescence, there’s lume markers at every hour and the hands are lume-filled as well. Furthermore, don’t stress, in the event that you like the first silver-plated and Atlantik Blue dials, those are accessible as well. The entirety of the dials include a splendid orange seconds hand in the sub-dial at six o’clock, and on the off chance that you look just underneath the brand signature at 12 o’clock you’ll locate an orange “neomatik” signature too. 

You can see the orange “Neomatik” signature on the Signal Blue dial.

The case may be more modest yet at the same time has the mark crown watchmen of the Ahoi.

That additional mark is a cap tip to the development inside these watches, the DUW 3001 type, the first Neomatik type from the main Minimatik. This is a super slight programmed development with NOMOS’s Swing System escapement, and obviously it’s in-house as well. It’s acceptable to see the brand using this development in new assortments, as it’s a truly pleasant, thin programmed that allows NOMOS to make lower-profile watches with completely present day innovation inside. It runs in 27 gems and has a 42-hour power reserve.

The thin, programmed type DUW 3001 forces the new Ahoi Neomatik.

On the wrist these watches wear incredibly well. Any individual who’s well used a vintage watch can likely reveal to you that ~36mm is an extraordinary size, notwithstanding being an uncommon one in current watches. Since the Ahoi has such curved carries and a particularly sided case, it really wears quite huge for a 36mm watch, which means it’s probably going to engage those of you who all the more normally favor 38mm watches. The dark nylon two-piece lashes are a decent center ground between a cowhide tie and a NATO. The brilliant shadings glance significantly less out-there on the wrist as well, however there’s no way to avoid these being boisterous watches.

On the wrist, the Signal Red looks less shocking than you’d expect.

The Signal Blue model is an amazingly summery watch, complemented by the nylon strap.

The new Ahoi Neomatik is evaluated at $4,020 with the silver dial and at $4,120 for the new splendid hued dials. The exemplary 40.3mm Ahoi Datum is likewise being refreshed with the Signal Blue dial and a Neomatik development (the bigger DUW5101), so if the bigger size and expansion of the date is more your style, you’ll have that alternative also. For additional, visit NOMOS on the web .