Probably the first model that springs to mind when you think of Nomos Glashütte, the iconic Nomos Glashütte Tangente is the perfect model for a luxury limited edition intended to celebrate Glashütte’s watchmaking tradition. Available for the first time in a rose gold case, the new Nomos Glashütte Tangente Rose Gold Neomatik 175 Years Watchmaking Glashütte features a dial that is inspired by the original Tangente design. Back then, the steel-gray watch had a white dial with gray accents; the new version likewise comes with a galvanically white silver-plated dial, but with a sub-seconds dial and minute markers in rose gold. Water resistant to 3 ATM (splash-resistnt), the 35 mm x 6.9 mm case is characterised by straight lines, angled lugs, and a sapphire crystal with anti-reflective coating on the inside to protect the dial. The new Tangente Rose Gold is powered by the in-house built neomatik DUW 3001 calibre. This ultra-thin (3.2 mm) movement is equipped with a Nomos proprietary swing system which ensures great accuracy and reliability. Its features include decentralised seconds, a stop-seconds mechanism, bidirectional winding rotor and incabloc shock protection. Beating at the frequency of 3Hz (21,600 vibrations per hour), the DUW 3001 guarantees a 43-hour power reserve. The transparent sapphire crystal case back provides a view of the distinctive three-quarter plate design, polished ribbing, screws with a thermally blued finish, and gold-plated embellishments that adorn the winding rotor.