After showing us a few secrets of their first chronograph over the most recent couple of months, presented the SpidoSpeed Chronograph in Basel a week ago. Today I got the opportunity to take a gander at the three varieties of the LW SpidoSpeed and shoot a few pictures of them.
I likewise had the option to have a more critical glance at the Concepto development as utilized by Linde Werdelin’s SpidoSpeed Chronograph. LW likes to consider this their LW03 development, as it is the third coordinated effort with a development producer (think A.Schild for their Spidolite SA and F.Piguet for their Oktopus Moonphase). This LW03 or Concepto development twists a single way, which may bring about inclination a slight wobble on your wrist when it turns openly around its hub in the non-winding direction.
As guaranteed, Linde Werdelin planned this watch that it really is a 3D experience when seeing this watch. The skeletonized case and multi-layered dial are a genuine piece of workmanship and beside the relationship with hustling, it gives the watch a modern look.
Despite the elements of the watch case, it is in reality truly wearable and doesn’t vary that much from wearing my Linde Werdelin 3-Timer for example. Note that the watches appeared in the image above are as yet in the model stage, as the situating of the pushers must be enhanced for legitimate use.
See the at Watchuseek for additional photos (and wrist shots) of the SpidoSpeed Chronograph.
Prices start at 11,700 Euro.