As previously noted, these don't often hit the market, at least not at a level commensurate with their praise on the forums. Across the entire Tangomat line, the white-faced datum (date) version is by far the most widely available. The Tangomat of any variety not a great model for flippers, but is fantastic for sellers when the right buyer is looking.
We've seen this model sell as low as $1500 (which is almost stealing), all the way up to $2200. As the data increases, and the price stabilizes, we expect this one to settle around $1775 in the used market.
Nomos has positioned itself in a very interesting segment. They're not too high to push up against the super boutiques like A Lange Sohne. But they're actually priced higher than some well known brands like Tag Heuer. Their in-house calibre justifies the higher price, and good will they've garnered among the WIS elite has solidified it.
There are a few "me too" bahaus watches, like the Stowa Antea, that offer great value, without some of the brand cache of Nomos. And the major brands are mostly avoiding such a distinct styling path.
Nomos may compete for the attention of buyers browsing for a low profile dress watch, but their unique styling has somewhat insulated them from competition of derivative or even similar nature
Ultimately, the Tangomat, like most of the Nomos models, proves to be a fierce competitor in its space. And we're hard pressed to find to many qualms with the Tangomat in spite of it's high MSRP and used price. The gorgeous in-house movement and clean lines leave us happy at the used price target. While we feel it's less of a bargain at MSRP than others we've reviewed, it's still worth a long look - especially if you plan on hanging on to it for a while.
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