Nomos Glashütte Tetra Watch Review

Nomos Glashütte has revealed four new Tetra models with striking dial colours.

The watches were inspired by the "colourful" city of Berlin, home of the Nomos' in-house creative agency where they were designed, and are described as "a little offbeat and very becoming".

The Tetra is the only Nomos Glashütte watch that does not have a round case. Each of the new Tetra models has a 29.5 mm by 29.5 mm square case in stainless steel, and sapphire crystal glass. 

The Tetra Kleene has a turquoise dial and is powered by the DUW 4301 calibre. A power reserve indicator is positioned near 1 o'clock.

The Tetra Goldelse (gold dial), Tetra Clärchen (green dial) and Tetra Nachtijall (midnight blue dial) are all powered by the hand-wound Nomos Alpha calibre.

The Clärchen, Kleene and Nachtijall each have a lacquered dial, while the Goldelse has a galvanised gold-coloured dial. The hands are gold-plated, and each version comes with a grey velour strap.

The Tetra Berlin set will be presented at Baselworld 2014.

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