The Lab

  • The Reef: Diving into its Origins and The Idea

    Posted on May 22, 2015 by Morten Linde

    Have you ever stopped to wonder about those adverts for dive watches? As in stopped completely and really contemplated them. You know the type: the advert’s protagonist goes diving with just a mechanical watch and shows off its rotating bezel. It looks good, but ultimately it’s a misconception. When … Read More

  • Discovering the SpidoLite's Power Reserve Indicator

    Posted on May 5, 2015 by Morten Linde

    There’s beauty in simplicity. There’s also a certain beauty in quickly being able to learn something about your incredibly complex timepiece. The SpidoLite’s power reserve indicator achieves both these things. [Note the tightly-coiled spring, its position revealed by a red arrow, on this … Read More

  • Linde Werdelin's History of Skeletonisation

    Posted on April 21, 2015 by Morten Linde

    Skeletonisation is a word we use often, and it’s something we have pursued for years over many models. DNA and evolution – these are bywords of Linde Werdelin. We always want to be pushing boundaries, but we always want to … Read More

  • Exploring the New SpidoLites

    Posted on March 30, 2015 by Morten Linde

    The development of the SpidoLite has in itself been an adventure. The idea to create a lightweight Linde Werdelin was inspired by a real-world adventure – specifically, an expedition to reach the summit of Mount Everest – and since then the … Read More

  • Titanium Grade 5

    Posted on March 19, 2015 by Morten Linde

    Titanium Grade 5 is a fantastic material. It is difficult to work with, but so rewarding when it can be pulled off. The Oktopus BluMoon showcased this towards the end of 2014 with a case that really captured and reflected light brilliantly, always … Read More

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