In order to celebrate special occasions for two or alone, Nomos has just added two new models to its Orion collection, with dials in silver and gold.
The new Orion 33 gold and Orion 38 silver promise to revive the Golden Twenties when people were trying to return to normal life, similar to what we live nowadays.
Both models feature the usual configuration of the Orion collection, with a 33 mm and 38 mm diameter stainless steel case for the gold and silver variants respectively, with a polished finish, fine bezel, and domed sapphire crystal glass.
In addition to the asymmetrical dimensions, it is on the minimalist dials that distinguish these two new variants, with the Orion 33 gold featuring a gold plated dial with rhodium-plated indices and hands, and a small seconds at 6 o’clock with a gold radial background, while the Orion 38 silver variant presents a white-silver plated dial with gold-plated indices and hands and also a small-seconds on the same tones of the dial. It should also be noted that, like the other variants of the collection equipped with a small-seconds and no date aperture at 6 o’clock, they present the usual dot at 6 o’clock with the same finishing of the indices.
The watches are powered by the manual movement Caliber Alpha, which offers up to 43 hours of power reserve.
Finally, the watches are offered with a fine gray velour leather strap, both models can be purchased together or individually, for prices of € 1,460 and € 1,740 for the gold and silver variants respectively.
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Model: Orion 33 gold, Orion 38 silver
Reference: 358 /359 (gold), 378 / 379 (silver)
Dial: Gold plated, white-silver plated
Case Material: Stainless steel
Case Dimensions: 32.8 mm diameter x 7.6 mm thickness (gold), 38 mm diameter x 7.9 mm thickness (silver)
Crystal: Sapphire Glass
Case Back: Stainless steel
Water Resistance: 30 Meters
Strap: Gray velour leather strap
Functions: Hours, minutes, small seconds
Frequency: 21,600 Vph
Power Reserve: 43 hours
Price: € 1,460 (gold), € 1,740 (silver)
Limited Edition: No