Posted February 3, 2015 by Esslinger Staff
Every minuscule part, every bolt and pin of a NOMOS Glashutte timepiece is a product of the extraordinary collaboration between man and machine. In this video, we are transported to the watchmaker’s workshop to learn the rudiments of Swiss watchmaking, with each movement both of the hand and the high-tech tools magnified 100 times to allow for a clear view of how everything magnificently falls into place.
It is amazing how, with a closer view, we almost feel the effort, the passion and dedication to precision of the watchmaker, and the importance of having watch repair tools reliable enough to meet the highest standard in watchmaking. Now we know why the NOMOS Glashütte and many other brands of Swiss watches are considered classic timepieces.
Watch this video on watchmakers’ shoulders