I believe it's the 8215 movement. I agree about the looks, but it does go well with my Producer Michael shirts
While I'm not going to say NOMOS is bad or anything (because they're not), I always question 'results' when there could easily be some bias with the results by the IMWF Institute for Management and Economic Research — a Germany-based consultant on strategic and operational management in press relations, marketing and risk management. NOMOS being German and the others being Swiss based etc and then there being one test, availability, where we all know the other two will lose points. NOMOS as good as they are just aren't as 'popular' (artificial or not) as Rolex or Omega.NOMOS beats Rolex/Omega in global quality study: https://www.watchpro.com/nomos-beats-rolex-and-omega-in-global-quality-study/?amp
Only had one NOMOS in the past and the quality was indeed excellent. They don't have anything in my current tastes though but maybe one day again in the future...
I did think that, but their study revolves around sourcing millions of trends online, social media etc so unless they only cherry picked all the Pro NOMOS ones (which seems unlikely) I don't know how they could be biased given the source material largely being consumers themselves in the millions.
Yeah conclusions without actual data is annoying but like you I can't say I'd buy a Rolex either, but then I doubt I'd be allowed on the list lol, and would likely buy a NOMOS first. There's a couple of tudor/omega I don't mind but they fall in that 'bad value' category I have so not something I'd be rushing for either lol.Essentially, we need access to the base data to come to a full on conclusion So yeah on that I agree. I;d still pick a NOMOS though over a Rolex/Tudor this time round if it was for myself to keep. Only reason for me to get one of the others would be a view to flip at a time in the future.
Actual vintage models aside of course but they're always £££££ so we can forget about those I guess lol.