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Ludwig is a watch that could not be more classic. With this timepiece on the wrist, the wearer’s proficiency in Latin becomes self-evident. Not because of the Roman numerals on the face, which is a unique feature among NOMOS Glashütte watches. But because the Ludwig makes a super smart impression at first sight. This watch is extremely flat and has a noticeably fine bezel (the name given to the part of the casing that encircles the face) and similarly fine case horns (the little bridges to which the strap is fastened).
Reference 201 has a stainless steel back; reference 205 is similar though fitted with a sapphire crystal caseback.
The Alpha caliber is NOMOS Glashütte’s highly acclaimed classic. It was our first movement—and the one that still powers more of their watches than any other. Robust, accurate and reliable, it ticks inside Tangente, Ludwig, Tetra, Orion and Club and all the watches in the 33 Series.
Decentralized seconds, stop-seconds mechanism, Glashütte three-quarter plate, 17 ruby bearings, Glashütte stopwork, 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
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