Hanwha Galleria Duty Free Shop opened German luxury watch Nomos store on Aug 17.
Hanwha Galleria Duty Free Shop was the first Korean Duty Free business to launch luxury brands such as Golden Goose, Stefano Ricci, LAUNER LONDON and Corneliani, and succeeded in launching Nomos.
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In addition, Hanwha Galleria Duty Free Shop strengthened luxury watch collection with IWC and Jaeger-LeCoultre opening in June.
Nomos is a watch house with an in-house movement with outstanding technology. It was ranked n.8 world’s best watch in 2014 by Chronos, a prestigious German watch magazine along with IWC, Rolex, Patek Philippe and Jaeger-LeCoultre.
The product dial has the name ‘Glashütte’ which is a production names of the finest watches in Germany. It is a certificate given only to high-quality brands such as A.Lange & Söhne and Glashütte Original.
In order to put Glashütte on the dial, more than 50 percent of all parts should be produced in this area. Nomos produces 75 ~ 95% of the movement directly.
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Especially, Nomos has a good reputation as a good quality watch with a reasonable price as it can be purchased from 2 million won.
Customers can purchase Nomos only in Galleria Duty Free Shop in Korea, but there are already more than 20 stores in Japan. In addition, Metro, which is a popular model, gained explosive popularity after being introduced at the Basel Fair in March 2014.