New Watch! • 17 Jul 2018

Siren Call – Ahoi Neomatik Siren White From Nomos

The not-so-dangerous Nomos Ahoi Neomatik Siren White.

Alluring but dangerous. Although that may describe the mythological creatures which are said to have lured sailors to their deaths, this new addition to the Ahoi family has all the allure without any of the risk. In fact, with its 20 atm water resistance, it’s (depending on how drawn you are to the water) less risky.

Whether you’re taking a dip at a sun soaked beach – be it Australia, Malaysia or Thailand – or in the (hopefully sand-free) office, there’s something to be said for blue, red and white watch colour schemes. It works in any environment. Cool tempered blued hands are nicely offset against the energetic high-contrast red hour markers and small seconds hand. Woven and waterproof textile strap brings it all together. Making this watch one of the manufacturers most daring and sporty additions. Its bold colour scheme is complemented by the equally interesting DUW3001 movement ticking away inside. Pictures below:Copyright: NOMOS Glashütte

Ahoi Neomatik Siren White (Ref: 564)


Ahoi Neomatik Siren White Caseback


Ahoi Neomatik Siren White small seconds


Tempered blue, with superluminova inlay in white (green luminescence) contrasting against the red seconds hand


Distinctive crown guards

Ahoi Siren In Detail (REF: 564)


  • Stainless steel case
  • Domed sapphire crystal & sapphire crystal glass back
  • Siren white dial
  • Tempered blue hands with superluminova (glows green) inlay in white
  • Red hour markers and small seconds hand
  • Textile light grey woven  (and waterproof) strap
  • Up to 20 atm water resistance


  • DUW3001
  • In-house built NOMOS neomatik caliber with automatic winding
  • 43 hours power reserve


  • 36.3 mm diameter
  • 9.55 mm height
  • 18 mm lug width
  • 3.2 mm movement height
  • 28.8 mm movement diameter

Special Qualities

  • NOMOS swing system tempered blue balance spring
  • NOMOS balance bridge, fixed by screws on both sides
    stop-seconds mechanism bidirectional winding rotor Glashütte three-quarter plate
  • DUW regulation system adjusted in six positions 27 jewels
    tempered blue screws rhodium-plated surfaces with Glashütte ribbing and NOMOS perlage

Watches of Switzerland is a subsidiary of The Hour Glass, and stocks a wide collection of NOMOS Glashütte watches.

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