The Oktopus II has a strong reference to its predecessor in the design of its case body, yet boasts a brand new case construction.Learn More
Sculpting a watch case out of a single solid block of gold is rare. And that is what we decided to experiment; drilling and polishing a complex Spido case structure in gold each individually by hand...it certainly is one of a kind but, can you imagine the skills and effort involved?
We know others always use a mould – fast and exact to ensure volume with little effort and no wastage. The point is, yes, the way we did it could be a stupid idea, but that is the LW way. We are constantly experimenting how we create with the finest materials, and to push the design and construction boundaries. We are not always correct and rational in what we do. Sometimes this is how we get the most awe-inspiring results by surprise. And that excites me.
Hand polished to perfection. Here you have it, the SpidoSpeed Gold. Look at the quality of the finishing...I'll let you be the judge.
The architecture of the SpidoSpeed Chronograph gold case allows you to appreciate the lines and layers from all angles.
In my mind, a 3-dimensional experience that will stay interesting as you continue to explore and discover the details for years (hopefully a lifetime) to come.