The SpidoLite watches by Linde Werdelin are exquisite


Linde Werdelin’s new crop of watches called the SpidoLite would surely please your man. These beautiful watches in DLC (diamond-like carbon) covered titanium are limited to just 44 exclusive units. Linde Werdelin has used Svend Andersen to engrave and finish the movements for the SpidoLite watch. The dial is partially skeletonized with a view into the newly decorated vintage NOS automatic mechanical movement from the 1970s. Retaining the ability to have a Linde Werdelin Instrument attach to the watch’s face, the SpidoLite is another winner by the luxury sports watchmaker. The limited-edition includes an all-titanium version (no DLC coating) and a black DLC coated version with a yellow tint applied sapphire crystal. All exquisite and stylish, they are sure to be a hit with any man.

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The SpidoLite watches will be officially unveiled at Baselworld 2009 in April, with prices ranging around $10,000. With the right mix of class and style, this line is definitely a winner.
[Luxist]