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Linde Werdelin - SpidoLite Titanium and SpidoLite Gold

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Thanks to a weight-optimised construction resulting in a skeletonized design which does not compromise strenghth and performance, the new SpidoLite Titanium is the lightest timepiece ever created by Linde Werdelin.

A Baselworld 2015 novelty, the SpidoLite Titanium is also the first ever Linde Werdelin featuring a power reserve indicator.

Limited to 75 individually numbered pieces worldwide, the new watch has a 44 mm x 15 mm titanium grade 5 case with microbillé and polished finishing.

The dial is also skeletonised with hands blued by heat treatment and coated with cool grey Super-LumiNova. At 7 o'clock, a small red triangle points to the spring barrel which, being visible, allows you to see if it  is fully wound or if it needs some winding.

The LW07 automatic movement, created by movement maker Chronode, beats at 28,800vph (4Hz) and offers a power reserve of 42 hours.

Water resistant to 100 metres, the Spidolite is completed by an interchangeable natural rubber strap in cool grey, with titanium buckle.

The SpidoLite is also available in a rose gold 75-piece limited edition which adds preciousness to the timepiece while maintaining the weight-optimised construction. The rose gold case of the SpidoLite Gold is combined to a black ceramic beze and a titanium crown. Black DLC-treated titanium is used for the back case.

Retail prices of the new Linde Werdeling timepieces are Swiss France 15,000 for the SpidoLite Titanium and Swiss Francs 27,000 for the SpidoLite Gold.

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