The Lab

  • Double Date Double Wheels

    Posted on September 4, 2012 by Linde Werdelin

    Each of our timepieces carries a movement that is customised for its design and inspiration.  A big date as a complication makes sense for a dive watch as it is in line with the large indexes customary for easy reading. The date is also useful for when you set … Read More

  • Hi-Tech Ceramic

    Posted on July 13, 2012 by Linde Werdelin

    We use a hi-tech ceramic for the first time to create the bezel for our latest dive watch family, the Oktopus II.  Ceramic has been hailed as a break-through material for timepieces in the last few years for its hardness and superior durability. Ceramics do not get scratched … Read More

  • One of a Kind

    Posted on June 21, 2012 by jeroen

    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 … Read More

  • Show Time at BaselWorld 2012

    Posted on March 16, 2012 by jeroen

    Today’s post marks the 3rd anniversary of The Lab. It is incredible to think back when we started the idea of sharing our thoughts and experience behind the scenes back in 2008/9, we knew we wanted to make our first post ever with a pre-Basel story. Fast forward to … Read More

  • Winter in the Alps

    Posted on December 22, 2011 by Linde Werdelin

    Can you believe it?  2011 is already coming to a close.  It has been such an eventful year not only on our own micro level but also on a global scale, yet it has gone like a blink. To round up the year nicely, the ski season has finally … Read More

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