With six new colors, NOMOS Glashütte introduces a limited series of Club Campus 38 watches. The project was realized in cooperation with COOL HUNTING, a US-American independent publication about culture, design, tech and lifestyle.
Particularly noteworthy about the joint project is the fact that for every watch sold, $100 goes directly to The Trevor Project. The Trevor Project is a California-based non-profit organization that has been helping LGBTQ teens since 1998. In fact, it’s the largest suicide prevention and crisis intervention organization for LGBTQ youth worldwide.
Each of the six colors will only be available 22 times, adding up to a total of 132 watches (and thus a donation of $13,200). The colors selected are reminiscent of the rainbow flag and are called Life (red), Sunlight (yellow), Serenity (blue), Healing (orange), Nature (green) and Spirit (violet).
Apart from the colored dial with “California layout” – with Arabic numerals in the upper half and Roman numerals in the lower half – the inner mechanics rely on tried and tested technology. The 38.5 mm case houses the hand-wound Alpha caliber, i.e. the first inhouse caliber of the Glashütte-based brand that saw the light of day in 2005.
The watches come standard with a stainless steel case back and on a light grey textile strap, setting you back 1,169 EUR.