Nomos Glashütte Tetra
Time’s Square, the Nomos Tetra
A wristwatch which is not as commonly created roundly but rectangularly refined attests to high ambitions. In nature as well as in technology the round remains the natural norm. Hence it takes a great deal of technical afford and an ambitioned watch maker to master the challenge of angled design. Which is then due to extraordinary technical skills and experience a rarity in every respect. The Nomos Glashütte Tetra belongs to the basic set of models launched by Nomos in 1992 and serves as the manufacture’s exemplary manual masterpiece. Even more than any round model could have ever done before, the Tetra explicitly embodies elegance to the point.
Tetra, simple symmetries
The title Tetra is taken from the geometric figure of the tetrahedron which has a high symmetry. Thus the angles, edges and surfaces of the Nomos Glashütte Tetra seem to be ideally harmonized. Recently reissued, the collection has been dedicated to the capital. Consequently the models proudly present a choice of downtown charms such as the Tetra Nachtijal (English: nightingale) as a tribute to thrilling Berlin nights or the Tetra Kleene (English: kid) referring to the town’s particular pet name for the petite pretty girl. The Tetra collection is selectively available with Horween Sheel Cordovan or suede strap.