Linde Werdelin Oktopus Moon Becomes The Brand's Lightest Ever Watch

118 examples of the $23,335 USD watch will be made.

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Linde Werdelin has dropped a new generation of its Oktopus dive watch with two new moonphase watches.

The Oktopus Moon is available in either white or blue 3DTP, becoming the first watch from Linde Werdelin to be made entirely of the 3D Thin Ply Carbon.

The material means the watches weigh just 60gm, also making it the lightest watch the brand has ever made.

Water resistant to 300m, the Oktopus Moon features a redesigned, more integrated bezel while the moonphase has been simplified with a more graphic interpretation, illustrated using luminous material.

The Oktopus Moon is offered in either white or blue, with 59 pieces of each available via Linde Werdelin, priced $23,335 USD.

In other watch news, Oris backs Billion Oyster Project with new Aquis limited edition.

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