Six Dress Watches To Carry You Into The Winter Months
End the year in style.
Originally published on HODINKEE, October 28th 2021
It's been far too long, but it's looking like – maybe – we'll get to have a somewhat ordinary holiday season this year. People will be traveling to
Technical Review: The NOMOS DUW 6101 Caliber, The Most Elaborate NOMOS Movement Yet
A look at how NOMOS defies long-held horological conventions – and why it should matter to you.
Originally published by Logan Baker on HODINKEE, February 10th 2020
Most articles discussing NOMOS Glashütte begin with a
With the changing of the leaves and the cooling of the air, summer has once again come to a close. While we will all miss swimming and camping it is time to start thinking of family gatherings full of holiday spirit. To go with the
Timepieces from makers that have mastered the art of crafting their own movements.
By HODINKEE SHOP AUG 16, 2018
While in-house manufacturing is rightly pointed to as a sign of quality, it’s a misconception that only the most expensive watches feature movements made in house. Here, we present some
Blue dials are hot, hot, hot. Of course they are – nothing feels better on the wrist than glimpsing an ice-cold shade of blue on your watch. Or exploring the depths of a rich cerulean hue. There are so many different shades and styles to
The holidays are coming to a close. Before the good cheer officially ends, there’s one last celebration of the season as we ring in the New Year. Are you heading to a swanky black-tie affair? Or cozying up with some of your nearest and dearest
Since 2011, co-founders Blake Malin and Zach Weiss have managed to turn their love of watches into a business. Worn & Wound (for those who aren't familiar) is a two-fold endeavor. It started out as a watch blog and has since grown into selling original leather
Crown & Caliber’s Watchtoberfest celebration of the best, most storied German timepieces continues with a look at what is considered the gateway to high-end German watches—NOMOS Glashütte, more commonly referred to as NOMOS.
Just like the majority of German-made luxury watches, NOMOS is based in the
In the world of luxury watchmaking, Swiss timepieces may be the most famous, yet there’s also a flourishing horology scene in Germany. With esteemed watch brands such as A. Lange & Söhne, Glashütte Original, Sinn, and NOMOS leading the way, Germany is a watchmaking cradle
Crown & Caliber interviewed Uwe Ahrendt, CEO of the independent watch brand, NOMOS. Read what he had to say about what sets NOMOS apart from other watch brands and what his goal is for NOMOS.
In what ways is the ethos of NOMOS Glashütte similar to