Linde Werdelin SpidoSpeed – SpidoLite Chronograph
Last December Linde Werdelin previously prodded us by showing some nearby photographs, yet now it’s here! The new SpidoSpeed, Linde Werdelin’s first chronograph.
I never made it a mysterious that I simply love the Linde Werdelin SpidoLite and obviously I was very left to see the mystery photographs they delivered last December. How cool could this new SpidoLite chronograph be? All things considered, the appropriate response is simple… very cool!
Like the SpidoLite, the SpidoSpeed has an exquisite skeletonised case and dial. The different layered dial development suits amazing with the skeletonised case, which exists of no less than 32 components. The SpidoSpeed has a cylindrical chamber inside the 44mm huge case, which locks looking into the issue back. The SpidoSpeed is water safe up to 100 meters.
The tallness of the case is 15mm, 3mm more than the SpidoLite, permitting space for the chronograph pushers to be consolidated. The chronograph pushers are covered up at 2 and 4 o’clock position on the case, very much shielded from sports exercises, while permitting the connection of both The Rock (ski instrument) and The Reef (plunge instrument).
The SpidoSpeed is controlled by a Concepto development (type 2251) which is incompletely obvious through the sapphire gem case-back. The uniquely planned rotor additionally graphically lined up with the SpidoSpeed case.
On picking a Concepto development for the new model, Jorn Werdelin said “Concepto developments have pulled in a ton of interest in the realm of watch making in the most recent years for their quality, strength, dependability and flexibility regarding completing and complications. It was vital for us to have a coordinated chronograph for the SpidoSpeed so the pushers and the crown would be at the equivalent level.“
Personally I hadn’t knew about Concepto development, until Linde Werdelin currently begins utilizing it in the SpidoSpeed, so I Googled… furthermore many official statements of this new Linde Werdelin SpidoSpeed I discovered one message on Professional Watches about Concepto developments. On the off chance that Concepto developments proof to be dependable, must be seen.
I truly like the SpidoSpeed for its looks! Anyway the cost of € 11,760 appears to be steep for a watch without in-house development. Despite the fact that its looks help us to remember the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore Chronograph and a few other very good quality chronographs, I think a value like the Rolex Daytona (simply above € 8,000) would be trying enough.
The Linde Werdelin will be available in restricted arrangement An of 100 pieces and will be accessible through the Linde Werdelin site and official retailers.