In perfect unity: Orion 1989 looks back, but ticks forward—and comes in two sizes, making it perfectly suited for couples as well. The November gray dial and the golden indexes and hands are another great pairing, further complimented by the dark gray velour leather strap developed for this special edition model. A classic timepiece to celebrate better times: It’s been 25 years since the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989—a year that we remember very fondly at NOMOS Glashütte.
Dimensions: diameter 38 mm; height 8.86 mm
Case: stainless steel, tripartite; curved sapphire crystal glass; curved sapphire crystal glass back
Weight: 48 g
Dial: galvanized, anthracite; stamped indexes gold, print silver
Hands: steel, gold-plated
Water resistance: 3 atm (splash-proof)
Power reserve: up to 43 hours
Strap: velour leather anthracite, size M
Lug width: 19 mm
Includes: watch box made of poplar wood; warranty booklet; cleaning cloth and our NOMOS catalogue
NOMOS caliber α (Alpha) - Our all-rounder: NOMOS’ oldest caliber is still the most popular one. A short summary of the technical data: diameter 10½ lines, power reserve circa 43 hours. With stop-seconds mechanism, Glashütte three-quarter plate, Glashütte stopwork, Triovis fine adjustment regulator, 17 jewels.