Nomos Vs Baume Mercier Watches: Which Is Better?


Nomos Vs Baume Mercier by ohmyclock.com
NomosBaume Mercier
Every Product Comes
With A 2 Year Warranty
Comes With A 2 Year
Warranty
Makes Its Own In-House MovementMovements Made By Richemont
More Diversity In DesignsComparatively Less Diverse
In Designs!
Better Value Retention
Then Baume Mercier
(But Even Nomos
Usually Loses Up to
20% Of Its Retail
Value)
Comparatively Lesser Value
Retention
Comes With Smooth
Movement And Quality
Components
Nicely Engineered Watch With Durable Components
And Makes Their Own Movements
Quite DurableEqually Durable
Watches Are Comparatively More
Expensive
Comparatively Cheaper
Prices
Comparatively Holds
Less Value!
Holds Better Value And There
Are Models That Even
Increase In Value
Comparatively Less Optimized
Online Store
More Optimized Online Store
Comparatively More RenownedLess Renowned
Made In Glashütte Made In Switzerland
Founded In 1990Founded In 1830

A Buying Guide Video Of Nomos!

Conclusion!

The winner in this comaprison is Nomos, this means to say that if there are two watches from these two watch brands at the same price point, I personally would prefer to buy the Nomos watch.

Nomos is not only more renowned then Baume Mercier, makes its own movement, are generally considered more durable and have a better optimized online store in comparison.

But on the other hand, Nomos watches can be generally a bit more costly then Baume Mercier, and Baume Mercier is nearly 160 years older then Nomos which regards to mean that Baume Mercier does have a richer history then that of Nomos!

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