Linde Werdelin expands its Oktopus Moon series by unveiling a new model featuring a titanium case.
This is the first Oktopus Moon watch entirely in a titanium case. It marks the beginning of autumn. Inspired by the reflective of the colours of the Harvest (orange) Moon, it boasts a skeletonised dial with bronze and gold details.
Oktopus is a highly technical wristwatch collection made for divers and the Danish navy Special Forces. This new interpretation features a five-layer skeletonised dial in bronze and rose gold satin-finished hands.
Driving this timepiece is an exclusive mechanical calibre endowed with an in-house complication that offers photorealistic Moonphase. This self-winding movement offers a power reserve of 42 hours. The large-numerals and the rose-gold satin-finished hands are embedded with luminescent material. In the darkness, it radiates a cool grey-blue glow.
Water resistant to 300 meters, the Oktopus Moon watch comes with an interchangeable Earth Brown rubber strap with Ardillion Buckle. The Oktopus Moon can be purchased with a range of interchangeable straps of varied colours and textures.
The retail price of the new Linde Werdelin Oktopus Moon watch is £ 11,500.
Five part case-construction in titanium grade 2 titanium
2.5 mm anti reflective sapphire crystal
Titanium grade 2 screw in back case with engraved octopus drawing
18 karat rose gold (5N) screw-down crown, engraved with an octopus icon
Microbillé finished case
Bezel: Grade 2 Titanium
Case Dimensions: 44mm (w) by 46mm (l) by 15mm (h)
Water resistance: 300m
Bespoke LW calibre with in-house photorealistic moonphase complication
Power reserve: 44 hours.
Balance frequency: 28,800vph (4Hz).
Five-layer skeletonised dial
Bronze, circular satin finished réhaut and top and lower dial
Rose gold (5N) satin finish hands with cool grey luminova
Large numerals 3, 9 and 12 in cool grey luminova
Cool grey hour indexes, logo and logotype
Rose minute indexes
In darkness the photorealistic moons are visible through aperture between 4 and 8 o’clock, and aperture at 1 to 2 o’clock, circular perlage surface on metallic rose gold (5N) moon disc. Red “0” indicates current moon phase; gold numbers indicate past and future moon phases.
Interchangeable rubber strap in earth brown, titanium ardillon buckle with satin finish
Limited series: 59 individually numbered pieces worldwide