Nomos Glashütte caliber DUW 5101
|Base:||Nomos Glashütte Epsilon|
|Hands:||Hours, Minutes, Small Seconds|
DUW 5101 description
NOMOS caliber DUW 5101—ticks automatically and doesn’t mind counting the days. The date ring is set around the movement, keeping it flat and elegant despite the complication—a patent-protected construction. The bidirectional winding rotor is highly praised for its excellent winding performance, and the whole movement for its meticulous rate. A few differences to its predecessor, the NOMOS caliber Zeta, identifiable by the denotation Deutsche Uhrenwerke, DUW for short: The NOMOS swing system is now officially setting the pace—recognizable by the tempered blue balance spring (and of course by the inscription on the three-quarter plate that reads “DUW”). Some of the technical details: decentralized seconds, stop-seconds mechanism, Glashütte three-quarter plate, NOMOS balance bridge, 27 jewels, bidirectional winding rotor, Incabloc shock protection, DUW regulation system, adjusted in six positions, tempered blue screws, rhodium-plated surfaces with Glashütte ribbing and NOMOS perlage.