Nomos neomatik Overview
“neomatik” is a family of slim high-beat movements from Nomos. Introduced in 2014 with the DUW 3001, the neomatik line is distinguished from the DUW 4000/5000 family thanks to its high 28,800 A/h beat rate, full balance bridge, and slimmer 3.6 mm profile. It also uses the in-house Swing System escapement.
The neomatik movements locate the balance wheel at 4:00, when viewed from the back with the winding stem at 9:00, just like the automatic Alpha family movements. They feature a balance bridge, however, and are completely different from the ETA-derived balance used previously.
In 2018, Nomos introduced the neomatik Date movement, Cal. DUW 6101. This features a novel mechanism to set the peripheral date wheel both forward and backward using the crown.
|Calibre||Start Year||End Year||Diameter (mm)||Diameter (ligne)||Height (mm)||Complications|
|DUW 3001||2014||Current||28.8||12.75||3.2||Hacking Seconds|
|DUW 6101||2018||Current||35.2||15.5||3.6||Bi-Directional Date Correction, Date, Hacking Seconds, Quick Date Correction|