NOMOS watch: A watch for young people has been nominated for the most important prize in fine watchmaking—and now Club Campus 38 electric green is going on a world tour.
An unusual watch is on the shortlist for GPHG 2023, the Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève.
A straightforward, robust timepiece in a bold colour: the Club Campus model from NOMOS Glashütte.
Designed primarily for school and university graduates, the Nomos Glashütte watch in electric green is not only a contender for the most important award in the industry—Club Campus 38 Electric Green is now also going on a world tour.
Nominated in the “Challenge” category, the hand-wound Nomos watch with a high-precision caliber from NOMOS Glashütte will be exhibited in Macao, Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur, New York, Geneva, Dubai and Zurich over the next few months.
Traditionally, the watches nominated by the Fondation du Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève play a similarly prominent role as the nominees for the Academy Award, the most famous prize in the film industry.
Connoisseurs even call the GPHG the “Watch Oscars.”
An international jury of watch experts from the industry, retailers, and journalists will award the prize in a total of 15 categories on November 9 in Geneva.
For NOMOS Glashütte, this would be the second GPHG award; in 2018, model Tangente Neomatik 41 Update received the coveted trophy.
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