As regular readers of First In Watches know, Linde Werdelin is a relatively new but rising star in today’s crowded watch world. You can read the myriad reasons why I think so HERE, but first and foremost it is because they are making some outstanding watches with a look and character unlike anything else there. Now they have gone and done it again – launching two new models to fill out the successful SpidoLite SA series launched earlier this year. The new versions, limited to 88 pieces each, come in either all black titanium DLC coating or rose gold with black DLC details. And wow do to they look GOOD!
Now, you can check out some of the other cool Linde Werdelin watches that have been profiled here on First In Watches HERE (Dive with a Titanium Oktopus), and HERE (Unveiled: LINDE WERDELIN Hard Black DLC II), and be sure to watch my video review of the incredible SpidoLite SA HERE…but first, check out the 2 newest members of the SpidoLite SA collection below. A bit more information about each watch below the photos.
All the SpidoLite Svend Andersen versions come with a skeletonised titanium case and are powered by a “New Old Stock” (or “NOS” in watch parlance) 1970’s automatic movement, modified in the Andersen Genève Atelier. The movement is further accented with a (Andersen Geneve exclusive) ‘Blue gold’ rotor plate bearing the Linde Werdelin and Andersen Geneve logos (shown above) – all viewable throught the sapphire crystal caseback. 300m water resistance. Case is 46mm x 49mm. Multiple strap variations are available.