Whatever adventure you take your Nomadic watch on, it’s built to last a lifetime
Nomadic Guarantee... We've got you covered
Every Nomadic watch is subjected to a rigorous set of tests to ensure its precision and reliability. Our rock solid confidence in the quality of our craftsmanship and attention to detail, allows us to offer a 2 year guarantee on all our watches. If for any reason you're not 100% satisfied with your watch we offer free returns within 30 days.
Global Service Centres
We've partnered with Horologium services, one of the best watch makers in the industry, to provide a worldwide network of service partners.
Our local partners allow us to offer a faster, easier and more satisfying after sales experience, so you know you're covered, no matter where you are, for years to come.
We recommend servicing a Nomadic Watch every 5-6 years.
Powered by Adventure… Literally!
Nomadic believes in the positive power of continual movement. In our watches and in our lives. A Nomadic watch, is a marvel of mechanical engineering. It's completely powered by you! As you move on your adventures, the continual rotor gently rocks back and forth, transferring energy to the watch, winding the precision swiss made gears and providing a consistent and reliable energy source. The watch doesn’t stop when you do though, it can hold it’s “charge” for 41hrs.
The sturdy stainless-steel case provides the watch movement with optimal protection against shocks, and makes it completely dustproof and waterproof, so you can wear it on any adventure. To maintain waterproofness, the case needs to be properly sealed. The crown of your Nomadic screws down tightly to create a hermetic seal like the hatch of a submarine. When you reset the time, date or wind the watch manually, it is extremely important to screw down the crown until it can’t turn any further.
Before being worn for the first time, or if it has stopped, a Nomadic watch must be wound manually to function precisely. To manually wind the watch, first unscrew the winding crown, then turn it clockwise, 25 turns should be sufficient for partial winding. Carefully press inwards and screw the crown back down against the case until it can't turn anymore, to ensure waterproofness. The watch will then continue to be wound automatically as it is worn on the wrist.
Setting the Time
Nomadic watches can be set by unscrewing the crown and pulling it out to the second notch. The seconds hand will stop, allowing you to set the time.
When you wear your Nomadic daily, you don’t need to wind it. If you take it off and set it aside, the watch will retain its “charge” for a day or two. However, if you haven’t worn your watch for more than a couple of days and the watch has stopped, we recommend that you manually wind it when you set the time before putting it on.
Due to Nomadic’s robust design, your watch requires very little day-to-day care. Cleaning it occasionally with a microfibre cloth will help keep the watch looking great. For a more thorough clean, you can also wash the watch and bracelet in warm soapy water with a soft brush. Before cleaning, always ensure that the winding crown is completely screwed down against the case to guarantee waterproofness.
A Nomadic watch is truly in it’s element underwater, and is completely water proof even in the salty sea. After being in the sea, we recommend you rinse your watch with fresh water to get rid of any salt and sand build ups. Simply wearing your watch in the shower should be more than enough.