LINDE WERDELIN, the leading sports Linde Werdelin Oktopus II Moon Moonphase replica watches and attachable instruments manufacturer presents a new addition to their Oktopus family, the Oktopus Moonphase complication.
With a titanium case and a rose gold bezel and details on the dial, the new Oktopus Moonphase has been designed in a classic yet innovative way to show seven phases of the moon from new to half and full. The moon phases are entirely made out of Super Luminova enhancing the effect and placed along 4 and 8 o’clock to maximize dial legibility.
Based on a F. Piguet automatic movement, the complication is built on the date function to also provide a countdown to the next full moon, read on the moonphase dial. “This allows us to simplify a complicated function like the moonphase and make it easier for the user”, says Morten Linde creative director and co-founder of LW. While encompassing the same case dimensions as the rest of the Oktopus models, the Moonphase bears a sapphire crystal case back, which reveals the skilfully crafted F. Piguet movement and the rotor bearing the AG and LW logos. It has been tested to withstand the pressure of 888 meters and the integrated helium escape valve at 9 o’clock ensures the mens fake Linde Werdelin watch endures the pressure during resurface time.
Powered by a Frederic Piguet movement (calibre 1150) and with a moonphase complication built by Danish-born Svend Andersen, this is a unique combination of design and craftsmanship, which depicts the moon phases with photorealistic luminous discs and gives a countdown to the next half or full moon.
Limited to 29 pieces, connoting to the days before the next full moon, the Swiss-made fake Linde Werdelin Oktopus Moonphase will be available from September 2010 on watchthewild.net or from any LW authorised retailer.