Linde Werdelin x 20ltd.com brings the steel…

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You ready to throw that G-Shock x  Whatever the latest fly by night streetwear brand watch out the window? What to catch that joint that will have evey cougar on your tip? Have you ever danced with the devil in the pale blue night? (If anyone can even begin to tell me where that line is from you can have my watch.)   Well, London-based luxury sports watch specialists, Linde Werdelin, recently collaborated with 20ltd.com, a unique online shop specializing in limited edition items, to launch a new model called the ‘Trigon’. The Trigon derived its name from the angular polygonal hollowed facets of its case—a trademark technique of Linde Werdelin. Crafted from a solid piece of stainless steel, the Trigon has good heat and corrosion resistance. It houses an automatic mechanical ETA 2893-2 movement. Not sure what that even means!

The Land Instrument As with all other Linde Werdelin watches, the docking points remain at the three and nine o’clock, for clipping on the Land Instrument.  This is a digital device that provides comprehensive weather advice, measures altitudes and sudden temperature changes, monitors heart rate and calories, and records detailed information while you’re skiing, mountaineering or engaged in other rugged outdoor activities. The ‘Trigon’ will be limited to 22 pieces, exclusive through 20ltd.com.

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~ by countsunday on December 28, 2007.

One Response to “Linde Werdelin x 20ltd.com brings the steel…”

  1. The line is from the 1989 Batman movie, beautifully delivered by Jack Nicholson as The Joker (and some other guy playing a young Jack Napier). Also you got it wrong, it goes, “…have you ever danced with the devil in the pale moonlight.”

    Your blog is pretty cool and has a great title, keep it up.

    Oh yeah, send me your watch.

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