Oddly, this isn’t Nomos’ first utilization of the sun in a watch. Their “Sonnenuhr” (indeed, that implies Sundial) is a little pendant comprising of interlocked rings. Tongue in cheek, Nomos alludes to this as “the least evaluated manufactory type from Glashütte”. Outwardly of the rings is a schedule and within is a list for the time. There is likewise a solitary opening going through to permit daylight to hit within ring. One tells the time seeing where the spot of light strikes the list on the inner ring. The schedule is utilized to adjust the Sonnenuhr for various seasons. It ought to be of nothing unexpected that it’s an amazingly rich piece, appropriate as gems or home décor. Also, at $175, an incredible present for a watch or clock geek, however they’re as of now just models made for New York, Glashütte and Madrid.
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