German watch manufacture NOMOS Glashütte is celebrating the 25-year anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall with a special edition watch: Orion 1989. This version of the classic model in an elegant November gray with golden indexes and hands is a watch for the next quarter century, at least.
The hand-wound timepiece with a dark gray velour leather strap is available from fall for both women and men, in 33 and 38 millimetres. These timepieces are equipped with α (Alpha) manual winding calibre.
Model: Orion 1989
Reference numbers: 326 (size 33) & 385 (size 38)
Stainless steel, tripartite; diameter 33 or 38 mm; curved sapphire crystal glass; curved sapphire crystal glass back, height 8.54 (size 33) or 8.86 mm (size 38)
Water-resistant: to 3 atm
Galvanized, November gray; stamped indexes, diamond-polished
Hands: steel, gold-plated
Velour leather anthracite
α (Alpha)—NOMOS caliber with manual winding
Diameter: 23.3 mm
Movement height: 2.6 mm
Power reserve: approx. 43 hours
Characteristics: Glashütte three quarter plate, 17 jewels, Glashütte stop work, Incabloc shock protection, balance spring from Nivarox 1A, adjusted in six positions, tempered blue screws, rhodium-plated movement surfaces with Glashütte ribbing and NOMOS perlage, ratchet and crown wheel with Glashütte sunburst decoration