Nomos Glashütte Tetra Symphony

New Watch! • 03 Mar 2020

Nomos Glashütte Tetra Symphony

To mark the 250th birthday of Ludwig van Beethoven, Nomos Glashütte unveiled four new variants of the Tetra. Available in dark blue and pastel-toned copper, olive green and turquoise. Each equipped with the manual winding Alpha calibre; a beautifully decorated Glashütte-made movement.

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Tetra Divine Spark (copper), Tetra Fidelio (Dark Blue), Tetra Ode to Joy (Olive Green), Tetra Immortal Beloved (Turquoise)


Before Bauhaus, a collective of passionate artists, architects, designers and industrialists formed the Deutscher Werkbund (German Association of Craftsmen) in 1907; motivated by the need to bridge the gap between world of business and the world of art. Towards the end of the 20th century, Nomos Glashütte rode the creative wave of a reunified Germany – bringing together the best of Berlin design and Glashütte watchmaking.

Design engineers, craftsmen, and designers all worked together to create outstanding watches that last; items that represent “Made in Germany” at its best, and are accessible to as many people around the world as possible. Throughout its thirty-year journey, Nomos has never lost track of its Deutscher Werkbund inspiration.

“Being a member of the Deutscher Werkbund, a predecessor of the Bauhaus movement, we aim to make beautiful and functional products with the most suitable production techniques.” Says Uwe Ahrendt, CEO of Nomos Glashütte

Harmonious Nomos Quartet

While Nomos is known for drawing inspiration from the visual arts (Paul Klee’s work for example), this new collection shows the German watchmaker can also tap into the musical zeitgeist. Naming each of the four new Tetra watches after classic works from the late composer: the Tetra Götterfunken Ref. 444 (Divine Spark) has a warm copper-coloured dial and brown hour-markers; the Tetra Ode an die Freude Ref. 446 (Ode to Joy) has an olive green dial and ivory hour-markers; whereas the Tetra Unsterbliche Geliebte Ref. 448 (Immortal Beloved) has a muted turquoise dial and slate-grey hour-markers, in contrast to the arresting dark blue Tetra Fidelio (Ref. 450). All variants have gold hands, aside from the rhodium-plated hands found on the Tetra Fidelio.

Watches in the Tetra Symphony collection have a stainless-steel case measuring 29.5 by 29.5 mm (6.5 mm thin) and have scratch-proof sapphire crystal dials. These watches are also splash-proof, making them excellent companions throughout the day. Matching the subdued dial colours, the Tetra Symphony comes on a wonderfully muted-grey velour leather strap.

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