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Based in the Free State of Saxony, home of the German watchmaking industry, Nomos creates clean, uncluttered designs exemplified by the Lamda. Originally only available is gold, the firm now offers it in stainless steel.
Words by Bill Lindsey | November 28, 2020 | Luxury

To celebrate the 175th Anniversary of Watchmaking in Glashütte, Nomos has introduced a limited edition, stainless steel version of their iconic Lamda. Set in a 40mm highly polished housing, the glossy lacquered dial, available in white, blue or black, has the appearance of a fired enamel, perfectly accented by precise hour and minute marks and slim sweep hands. The result is a dial that is at once refreshing to view and easy to comprehend. The Lamda epitomizes the term “dress watch”…however, while it’s the perfect accessory for a bespoke suit, this stainless steel version is also equally at home with an untucked polo shirt and shorts. The 84-hour power reserve mechanism and features are identical to those found in the gold Lamda. A transparent rear crystal affords a glimpse of the works, accented by the balance cock inscribed with what translates to “lovingly produced in Glasshütte.”;