While this isn't exactly a brand new timepiece, it is a revision of their 3-Timer watch made for women's tastes (and wrists). Basically the first Linde Werdelin watch made specifically for women. While the 46mm wide steel case is the same as on the men's model, the strap has been made shorter, and is here in a white pointed calfskin leather. I like the white color application inside of the hex screws. Linde Werdelin has been playing with the idea of coloring in this area, and I think it works nicely.
The dial is white, with steel hands, and applied steel hour markers. Linde Werdelin
uses light colored lume to match the white look of the watch. Although the watch is 46mm wide, it wears smaller. The dial itself is 42mm wide and it has a nice feeling over the wrist. I've seen this style watch on women before, and it looks just fine - especially as large watches are in. With the smaller strap, the watch should fit nicely. As the watch is a Linde Werdelin 3-Timer at heart (which I reviewed here),
it is a GMT timepiece with a Swiss ETA 2893-2 automatic movement on the inside. Limited to just 51 pieces, "The White Watch" won't be easy to find. Price is 4,680 euros.
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