The Lab

  • VIDEO: What Inspired Linde Werdelin

    Posted on March 9, 2016 by Morten Linde

    As we head into BaselWorld – now just over a week away – I find it interesting to reflect on what Linde Werdelin represents within the world of watches. I sat down in front of a camera and discussed these points. In the first video (“The Beauty of Watches”) I … Read More

  • VIDEO: How Mount Everest Inspired the Spido

    Posted on February 15, 2016 by Morten Linde

    In the early days of Linde Werdelin, we had one family of timepieces based on the Biformeter, but after a 2008 expedition to Mount Everest I found inspiration to create something else: a lighter watch, a watch inspired both by high altitudes and the explorers who had taken the Biformeter … Read More

  • Speaking About Watchmaking

    Posted on February 5, 2016 by Morten Linde

    It is a great paradox that Swiss watchmaking is both proud of its impressive history and heritage but simultaneously so very secretive and largely obscured from the public. From time to time, I am invited to speak at dinners about Linde Werdelin and watchmaking. I enjoy it because I can … Read More

  • VIDEO: Oktopus Moon Gold 3DTP Carbon

    Posted on January 15, 2016 by Morten Linde

    The Oktopus Moon Gold 3DTP Carbon blends traditional horology with modern design and complex materials. Linde Werdelin has taken the timeless classic, a gold timepiece, and viewed it through the unique prism of our design language. A pairing of gold and 3DTP elevates a dress watch to being a sporty … Read More

  • Behind the Scenes with the Oktopus Frogman

    Posted on July 31, 2015 by Morten Linde

    The men of Frømandskorpset (the Frogman Corps) regularly risk their lives on international missions. How do we design a timepiece worthy of these men? And where did the partnership all begin? Looking back, the details of our first contact are maybe not so fascinating – I returned a missed phone … Read More

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