The First Oktopus Moon Entirely in a Titanium Case
Marking the beginning of Autumn and reflective of the colours of a Harvest Moon, Linde Werdelin presents the Oktopus Moon with bronze and gold dial.
The harvest (orange) moon is considered to hold a special magic, as it rises around the same time as the sun sets and lights up the night skies well into the morning hours, affecting planting and growing, people’s emotions, and the ocean tides.
In a seasonal interpretation of the highly technical Oktopus family, made for divers and created for the Danish navy special forces, this piece features a five-layer skeletonised dial in bronze, complemented by rose gold satin finish hands.
Our original in-house complication, the Moonphase developed over a decade ago, is a striking testament to the brand’s continued focus on diving and skiing, or the sea and the mountains. The photorealistic Moonphase complication enables the diver to track the development of the moon phases and with that the impact on tides and ambient light and thereby plan the optimal time for night dives.
In darkness the large numerals in white glow cool grey-blue luminova, as do the rose gold satin finish hands, for visibility with the setting sun and rising moon.
The Oktopus Moon is complemented by an interchangeable Earth Brown rubber strap with Ardillion Buckle.
The movement is a bespoke LW calibre with in-house photorealistic moonphase complication. Power reserve: 44 hours. Balance frequency 28,800vph (4Hz). Jewels: 23
Water Resistant to 300M.