The SpidoSpeed Titanium bears witness to the enduring stability of Linde Werdelin’s design DNA. Excess material is stripped away from case and body of the timepiece without compromising on its physical and technical quality; a fully skeletonized dial and main bridge is paired with the brand’s chronograph complication creating a bare, stripped-back aesthetic allowing the main focus to remain on its pure construction and functionality. The skeletonized case is crafted from lightweight Titanium Grade 5, with an industrial-style satin, polished and microbillé finish. Integrated with a natural rubber strap in LW-blue as standard, the interchangeable strap system allows the wearer to replace the initial one with another strap or bracelet in the series.
First introduced exclusively with Linde Werdelin’s longest-standing US retail partner watch atelier Martin Pulli during the first week of June, the piece goes on worldwide release on June 8.
For more information about the SpidoSpeed Titanium, visit: http://lindewerdelin.com/SpidoSpeed-Titanium