Linde Werdelin unveils the SpidoSpeed Chronograph

First published: 21-01-2011

Linde Werdelin has released the first images of its first chronograph timepiece, those after a new watch may be interested to know.

Entitled the SpidoSpeed Chronograph, the well-known brand has chosen to detail the product ahead of the prestigious event, BaselWorld, Hodinkee reported.

One of the most eye-catching features of the watch is the style of its complex skeletonised steel case, which has taken around two years to complete.

The SpidoSpeed Chronograph's layered dial has also been applauded by the news source, as well as with one of Linde Werdelin's founders, Morten Linde.

He said: "I wanted the SpidoSpeed to be a complete 3D experience, no matter the angle."

Other elements of the timepiece which could interest watch fans to consider a purchase include a 48-hour power reserve and the fact that each model will be numbered, starting with 100 units in Series A.

More details are expected to be revealed about this Linde Werdelin timepiece at the BaselWorld event, which takes place in the Switzerland destination of Basel between the dates of March 24th and 31st 2011.


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