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Nomos Minimatik

Postby koimaster » October 8th 2018, 8:46am

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Re: Nomos Minimatik

Postby 3Flushes » October 8th 2018, 11:08am

About time these guys came out with something wildly different.
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Re: Nomos Minimatik

Postby conjurer » October 8th 2018, 8:49pm

3Flushes wrote:About time these guys came out with something wildly different.


TMMLH, you crazy fuck.
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Re: Nomos Minimatik

Postby Mark1 » October 8th 2018, 10:46pm

It's not that I don't like the watch. The watch is fine. From what I have seen, Nomos seems to suffer from design tunnel vision. Everything is more or less the same. Reminds me in a way of Damasko, a brand I love which is also a one-trick pony.
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Re: Nomos Minimatik

Postby Pubbie » October 9th 2018, 4:12am

Mark1 wrote:It's not that I don't like the watch. The watch is fine. From what I have seen, Nomos seems to suffer from design tunnel vision. Everything is more or less the same. Reminds me in a way of Damasko, a brand I love which is also a one-trick pony.

Their design may be singular, but their prices sure aren't. 10 micrograms of blue paint on the hands? Hand over another $1,750, you drooling e-hipster!
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Re: Nomos Minimatik

Postby 3Flushes » October 9th 2018, 5:52pm

Pubbie wrote:
Mark1 wrote:It's not that I don't like the watch. The watch is fine. From what I have seen, Nomos seems to suffer from design tunnel vision. Everything is more or less the same. Reminds me in a way of Damasko, a brand I love which is also a one-trick pony.

Their design may be singular, but their prices sure aren't. 10 micrograms of blue paint on the hands? Hand over another $1,750, you drooling e-hipster!

Ridiculous even if they really fire the damn things- how many handsets could they fire at once- 10,000? I like the damn things, the management not so much. I should have picked one up when foggy got his- money's gotten a little nuts.
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Re: Nomos Minimatik

Postby Pubbie » October 10th 2018, 2:20am

3Flushes wrote:
Pubbie wrote:
Mark1 wrote:It's not that I don't like the watch. The watch is fine. From what I have seen, Nomos seems to suffer from design tunnel vision. Everything is more or less the same. Reminds me in a way of Damasko, a brand I love which is also a one-trick pony.

Their design may be singular, but their prices sure aren't. 10 micrograms of blue paint on the hands? Hand over another $1,750, you drooling e-hipster!

Ridiculous even if they really fire the damn things- how many handsets could they fire at once- 10,000? I like the damn things, the management not so much. I should have picked one up when foggy got his- money's gotten a little nuts.

They were $900 ten years ago, with a speck better than the ones you can find today. They've hitched their price rises to the Rolex/Omega bandwagon and the interneterati are absolutely loving it.
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