Tetra plum, the new timepiece from NOMOS Glashütte, features a rich purple dial that pays tribute to nature’s bounty. Its stainless steel case measures 29.5 by 29.5 millimeters.
The silver accents on the numerals, indexes, and hands add a sophisticated touch to this appealing timepiece. The eye-catching complication between twelve and one o’clock is a power reserve indicator, reminding the wearer when it is time to wind the watch.
Tetra plum is powered by the hand-wound NOMOS caliber DUW 4301, which also features the NOMOS swing system—itself a fruit of many years of labor. This proprietary escapement is designed and developed in-house, which is an exceptional achievement in the watchmaking world.
The round sub-seconds dial adds a contrasting touch to the clean-cut corners found elsewhere in Tetra. The overall aesthetic is harmonious and modern, with a timeless elegance that suits a wide range of wrists. Tetra plum will be available at selected retailers from October.
Model: Tetra plum
Stainless steel, bipartite
Size: 29.5 x 29.5 mm
Height: 6.3 mm
Stainless steel back
Fixed with four screws
Sapphire crystal glass
Water resistance: up to 3 atm (splash-proof)
Purple, power reserve indicator in red
Caliber DUW 4301—in-house built NOMOS caliber with manual winding and power reserve indicator
Movement height: 2.8 mm
Diameter: 10 ½ lines (23.3 mm)
Power reserve: up to 43 hours
Patented power reserve mechanism
NOMOS swing system
Tempered blue balance spring
Glashütte three-quarter plate
Adjusted in six positions
Tempered blue screws
Rhodium-plated surfaces with Glashütte ribbing and NOMOS perlage
Ratchet and crown wheel with Glashütte sunburst
Velour leather gray
Lug width 18 mm