LINDE WERDELIN, renowned for creating meticulously crafted timepieces with attachable digital instruments for diving and free skiing, presents Oktopus II—Double Date at BaselWorld 2012.
The Oktopus II - Double Date is our interpretation of what the ideal timepiece should be for modern diving. It has been inspired by the air-tight pressure chamber used for simulations when testing both the Oktopus II and the Reef.
The Oktopus II — Double Date's innovative five-part case construction ensures absolute water resistance as well as excellent protection against seawater corrosion. “To guarantee this we have chosen anti-corrosive materials such as gold, titanium and ceramic, the last employed for the first time on our timepieces,” says Morten Linde, creative mind at LINDE WERDELIN.
In the last five years, LINDE WERDELIN has undertaken the complex development of the Reef, acquiring unequalled expertise which has been applied into the Oktopus II, both in its design and structure.
The combination of the Oktopus II and the Reef emphasizes LINDE WERDELIN’s philosophy stating time should be read analogue while performance, should be measured digital.
Oktopus II – Double Date in titanium and ceramic will retail at CHF 8,800. Oktopus II – Double Date in titanium, titanium DLC and ceramic with yellow accents in dial will retail atCHF 9,400; Oktopus II – Double Date Rose Gold and titanium will retail at CHF 18,500. All exclusive of VAT from autumn 2012 on LindeWerdelin.com or from any LW authorised retailer in local currency.
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