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Linde Werdelin SpidoLite II Black Gold

The Linde Werdelin SpidoLite II Black Gold is inspired by F1 cars’ weight reduction technology. To that extent, being crafted in titanium makes it a sensible choice for use during sports of extreme altitude. Rose gold, the gold-copper alloy of the highest gold content, is used to light up its complex dial and constitute its crown. The case is conclusively coated with amorphous carbon. Wonderful angles, squared-off edges, and a production count of merely seventy-five pieces in Series A amplify its expectation to be a classic. A clear 2.2mm anti-reflective sapphire crystal case back allows casual examination of an in-house designed rotor. Similarly, the movement is visible through the dial. Additional features include a laser-cut date disk, blued steel screws, a skeleton oscillator with ceramic bearings, and a textured calfskin strap with anthracite-grey stitching.

 Exceedingly dapper and chimerically dark, the Linde Werdelin SpidoLite II Black Gold hosts the rare combination of a DLC treated watchcase and the use of intensely visible rose gold. Its satin finishing is almost as fascinating as the paradoxical arduousness of its construction. The thoroughly intricate positioning of the counter branches from profound refinement and critical craft.

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