The main watch made by Ace Jewelers and Nomos appeared to be genuinely direct. Be that as it may, after a nearer assessment, it seemed, by all accounts, to be a serious smart piece, with its non-standard, topsy-turvy files motivated by the Dutch De Stijl craftsmanship development (with Piet Mondrian as the main representative). This watch, which was inspected here , presently has a replacement for the sake of the Nomos Club Campus Amsterdam Limited Edition. Also, true to form from Ace Jewelers, there’s still some Dutch pride in the concept.
This new limited edition depends on the lively and new Club Campus watch – unquestionably one of the least moderate watches in Nomos’ assortment, with a more vigorous case and an uneven design of the dial (it is by all accounts a common theme for Ace). In any case, this limited edition contrasts from the standard edition with its new colours.
The instance of the Nomos Club Campus Amsterdam Limited Edition by Ace Jewelers is equivalent to the non-limited form, which means a smooth 38.5mm case in cleaned steel with a massive bezel and more vigorous lines. The case stays, as often with Nomos, rather flimsy at just 8.3mm – which doesn’t forestall the Club Campus to offer strength and genuine water-opposition (100m). For this extraordinary adaptation, the tie is anthracite velour leather.
Inside the case is Nomos Alpha in-house development – the initially created by the brand. This rather little yet super slight type is pleasantly embellished with Geneva stripes and blued screws, just as the regularly German 3/4 plate. It gives 43h of force and highlights a stop-second mechanism.
The fundamental curiosity for this Nomos Club Campus Amsterdam Limited Edition is to be found on the dial. While completely dark or silver-plated on standard variants, Ace Jewelers here add a sprinkle of shading and a two-tone format. Undoubtedly, while the dial is electrifies and ruthenium-plated, the little seconds sub-dial is white silver-plated. Additionally, the hours files, with their unique combination of Arabic numerals on the upper half and Roman numerals on the other half, are picked out in red with a white diagram. The little seconds hand is likewise painted in red, while hours and minutes remain demonstrated by rhodium-plated hands with radiant paint.
The Nomos Club Campus Amsterdam Limited Edition is a limited edition of 75 pieces, just accessible at