The NOMOS Glashütte Tetra Symphony Watch Series

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A refined watch series that celebrates a legendary composer.

Award-winning German brand NOMOS Glashütte makes beautiful watches designed in the traditions of Bauhaus and the Deutscher Werkbund. Expertly made according to 175-years-old watchmaking methods, every timepiece is built by hand to stand the test of time. For 2020, the company has launched a special and limited-edition series of their classic Tetra watches. Available in four colors, the Tetra Symphony timepieces celebrate the 250th birthday of the legendary German composer Ludwig van Beethoven and feature names inspired by his work.

Tetra Immortal Beloved boasts a turquoise dial, Tetra Ode to Joy features an olive green one, Tetra Divine Spark shines in copper, while Tetra Fidelio has a dark blue dial. Golden hands adorn the dials that also feature elegant numerals and a stop-seconds mechanism. The sapphire crystal glass on the front protects the watches, while on the back it offers a great view of the in-house built manual caliber Alpha movement.

Other features include square stainless steel cases, a 43 hour power reserve, and velour leather gray straps. Launched in February 2020 in a limited edition series, the new Tetra Symphony watches are available at select retailers. A collector’s item for music lovers, they each have a price of $2380. Photographs© NOMOS Glashütte.

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