First In Watches Brings You Up Close and Personal With A Spectacular Watch
As you will see below, the limited edition Linde Werdelin SpidoLite skeleton dial with Svend Andersen movement (Ref# SPD.SA) is a truly amazing and unique watch. Linde Werdelin is a brand I recently raved about for a number of good reasons (see “Related Posts” at the bottom of the post), and after spending some time with its marquee, “attention getting” watch, I am even more excited for the future of Linde Werdelin.
Now, if you don’t already know, the “watch review” philosophy here at First In Watches is that “photos are nice, but video is nicer” – and so I am also excited to bring you this exclusive review of the Linde Werdelin SpidoLite in full HD video! One quick note before the show – one item discussed in the review is the magnificent “blue rotor” that comes with this watch, but unfortunately the particular watch you see in the video had not yet been fitted with one – so be sure to check out the photo gallery posted below the video for a look at this and other pics of the watch.
Pretty cool watch, eh? In a nutshell, the SpidoLite SA is a limited edition watch (44 pieces) powered by an automatic movement that has been modified by highly respected watchmaker and AHCI co-founder Svend Anderson and that is packed into an ultra-light and stealthy-looking titanium case with 1,000 feet (300 meters) water resistance. Oh yea! There really is little, if anything, not to like about this watch.
Linde Werdelin SpidoLite Skeleton Dial Photo Gallery
Photos: K. Stults for First In Watches, except “Blue Rotor” photo is courtesy of Linde Werdelin.
As for the brand, I would like to see them start making their own movements, but yes I know – this is easier said than done. All in good time! Either way, Linde Werdelin is making some spectacular watches right now that any watch enthusiast or collector should give a serious look. And keep in mind that the SpidoLite Svend Andersen you see here is one of the most expensive watches LW offers (list price is about $12,000), but other collections/models can be yours for somewhere in the $4,300 – $9,700 range. You can see them all at LindeWerdelin.com, or get in touch with North American distributor Totally Worth It, LLC – firstname.lastname@example.org or +1 724 263 2286 / +1 212 828 7749 if you are interested in making a purchase.
In closing, if you want to leave feedback on this review or have any questions about the watch, you can click through to our YouTube channel and rate and comment on the video, or feel free to post a comment or query below. You may also contact me at kyle [at] perpetuelle.com. I hope you enjoyed the review.