For more than two decades, Linde Werdelin has been manufacturing distinct timepieces under the catchphrase, “Luxury Watches For Adventurers”. The resumé of exotic locales their watches have been to live up to that motto, with various explorers taking a Linde Werdelin deep into the Amazon jungle, to the top of Mount Everest and way below the ocean’s surface. Sure, other people have made it through those extreme environments with robust watches on their wrists, but I assure you they won’t look anything like what Linde Werdelin has to offer. They currently have three separate collections that round out their entire catalog – the sturdy Oktopus diver, the lightweight Spido high-altitude instrument and the 3 Timer GMT. Each time the brand has launched a new release, the collection has been individually numbered and produced in limited quantities … until today.
The 3 Timer has been a Linde Werdelin offering since they launched the model at Basel in 2009, and after 13 years of production, the brand will end the chapter of their GMT with the Sunset Collection. It’s also worth noting that the Sunset Collection marks the first time that the brand is offering a watch that won’t be limited in production nor numbered.