The Lab

  • VIDEO: SpidoLite 3DTP Carbon

    Posted on March 18, 2016 by Morten Linde

    Today, while we are at BaselWorld, we have launched the SpidoLite 3DTP Carbon, the lightest-ever Linde Werdelin timepiece. Before jetting off for Switzerland, I took the time to record a short video talking about the SpidoLite and what makes this iteration interesting – from the sharp yellow details to the … 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

  • Fully-Stamped Passport: A Chance to Reflect

    Posted on July 7, 2015 by Jorn Werdelin

    For several hours I was almost in Jakarta, Indonesia. Familiar with flying, I’m always among the first to jump off the plane. I enjoy flying but do not want to spend extra time on the aeroplane. I want to stretch my legs, get out and explore, go and meet people. 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

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