Called casual replica Linde Werdelin SpidoSpeed Anthracite DLC, the new (or rather “refreshed”) automatic chrono comes with the same scratch-resistant DLC treatment that now features a new shade of, um, black. The young watchmaking brand has just sent us a press release presenting its new take on their relatively fresh SpidoSpeed series of skeletonized chronograph watches.
Today, just in time before the upcoming SIHH 2012 event, the London-based brand unveils a slightly revised series of timekeepers that feature DLC treatment in a lighter shade of black.
Called Anthracite DLC, the new color makes the skeletonized watch look even more elaborated allowing for a more sophisticated interplay of shadows and light.
This one is going to be brief.
Although it’s been less than two months since LW has officially presented its decisively cool Linde Werdelin chronograph copy watches, they either weren’t entirely satisfied with the product or, on the contrary, were overwhelmed with orders and decided to jump on the bandwagon offering a similarly styled model.
The caliber comes in a rather large stainless steel case 44 millimeters wide and 46 millimeters long, At 15 mm high it is rather thick, but for a deliberately sporty timekeeper this is actually okay.
The watch can be ordered on Linde Werdelin corporate web-site for the same price of €10,300 as the original Black DLC model. Of course, you can also buy this timekeeper at LW’s authorized dealers, but the price will possibly be higher due to local taxes.
The rest remains the same: the watch is powered by the well-known to LW fans Concepto 2251 automatic movement, which is modified in-house.
The price, too, remained the same.
As usual, the Linde Werdelin replica watch will be limited to just 100 numbered pieces.
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