Linde Werdelin Spido

These properties can-if needed- lend themselves perfectly to high altitude sports where resistance to harsh conditions is paramount. Their Skeletonised cases, which push the limits of case-making feasibility, considerably reducing their weight, thereby further improving overall performance.
Linde Werdelin Replica has two watch collections, being the Spido and the Oktopus. Both collections are immediately recognizable as Linde Werdelin, because they share a bundle of similar features. The most important of which, have to do with the two instruments – the Rock and the Reef – that can be connected on top of the watches.
Replica Linde Werdelin is a Swiss-Danish watchmaker founded in 2002 by Morten Linde and Jorn Werdelin and specialises in producing limited and numbered series of watches and instruments. Linde Werdelin watches are made in Switzerland; the designers are Danish.
Linde Werdelin, a young watchmaking brand of Scandinavian origin that builds and assembles their wristwatches in Switzerland, has just sent us a press release presenting their new take on their relatively fresh SpidoSpeed series of skeletonized chronographs.
Linde Werdelin spidolite is celebrating its 10-year anniversary, and at Baselworld 2016 the brand introduced a new SpidoLite model that uses the 3DTP Carbon technology that has recently been the hallmark of Richard Mille, Audemars Piguet, and other modern sports watch brands wanting a material that is light, hard, and exclusive. The Linde Werdelin SpidoLite 3DTP Carbon watch follows in the steps of these über-luxurious watch makers and does it with a microbillé finish while maintaining their unique aesthetic and DNA, love it or hate it.
While Linde Werdelin has its detractors, based on comments here and on social media, for me, they create some of the most highly satisfying modern watch designs. I’ve owned an Oktopus II for about a year now, and I never tire of wearing it. And with LW exchangeable rubber straps, I change the look for summer and other seasons in an instant, giving it different vibe throughout the year. I believe evoking strong feelings is a sign of design success for a modern watch brand, and with Linde Werdelin while there are some critics, there are also more than a fair share of avid fans.
Linde Werdelin spidospeed put a lot of time and effort into the release of their first chronograph model. I am pretty sure that the team spend a lot of time discussing the right movement, dial design, and other features of their new chronograph timepiece. Why so much effort? Whether you believe it or not chronograph models make up the bulk on non-diver sport watches sold and produced. Having a strong chronograph model in any collection is very important for a watch brand’s strength in the sport watch market. That is of particular importance to a brand like Linde Werdelin that pretty only produces sport watches.
The movement they finally decided to settle on is the Concepto 2251 automatic chronograph. Likely based on some ETA architecture, the Concepto movement features a slick design and some modern looking finishing on all the bridge surface. The movement presentation is made complete by a custom skeletonized Linde Werdelin rotor. On the dial you’ll notice that the chronograph measures 12 hours and offers a tri-compax subdial layout. No date is offered on this dial design.