The brand, which is in its early thirties and based in Glashütte, the capital of German watchmaking, has dedicated a collection of watches with original, colorful dials to former students who, once they’ve graduated, are embarking on their working lives.

The end of high school crowned by a diploma, the end of student years certified with even more diplomas, the search for a professional internship in a company and then the big leap towards a new milestone for a young adult: the entry into working life. Nomos has designed the Club Campus collection to support these former students and future employees or entrepreneurs, and to celebrate ambition and motivation, because who better to understand young people than the 30-year-old brand born in the 1990s in the heart of Glashütte, the capital of German watchmaking. In addition to the “wise” shades (silvery white, light grey, slate blue and intense black) and the dynamic fuchsia, tonic orange and orange pink, the German company has added a new color: Club Campus “electric green”.

Like a future that unfolds its many paths, this Nomos range offers several options, in addition to the color palette of the dials, by proposing its steel case in a 36 or 38mm diameter, with a caseback – which always guarantees water-resistance to a depth of 100m – in solid metal or sapphire crystal. Whatever its size, the case houses the Alpha caliber, a hand-wound mechanical movement designed entirely in-house, with a power reserve of around 43 hours.

The “bilingual“ dial features Arabic and Roman numerals interspersed with hour-markers, all coated with white Super-LumiNova® with blue emission. Hours and minutes are displayed by a pair of rhodium-plated baton-shaped hands that emit a green luminescence in the dark. A counter at 6 o’clock with an small orange pointer scrolls the seconds. Ever faithful to its policy of choice, the Club Campus “electric green” is worn on the wrist with a pearl-gray velvet leather strap as soft as a silky fabric, with wide metal links perfect for all kinds of sporting activities, or thinner ones offering a more classic look.