Everything you need to know about the SpidoLite Titanium Arktis Blue and Summit Green models
The history of the SpidoLite collection
Linde Werdelin’s SpidoLite collection was originally inspired by a team of explorers who climbed Mount Everest. Since this adventurous ascent, the watch has continued to be tested in the toughest and most grueling conditions.
The explorer Leo Houlding
The testing of the SpidoLite is ongoing with explorer Leo Houlding taking it to the summit of Mount Roraima just last month. He successfully led an expedition to complete a new big-wall free climb in the Amazon rain forest in Guyana. Houlding is a regular watch tester for the brand and took the Biformeter Elemental to Mount Everest in 2007.
The importance of weight
When climbing, one of the most important features in a watch is light weight. It has to be light while keeping all its strength. These two new SpidoLite Titanium models have had their weight optimized and feature unique cases designed especially for mountaineering and skiing.
A Concepto movement
The SpidoLite Titanium models are powered by a movement developed and modified by Concepto. It has ceramic bearings and features an enhanced balance wheel for increased shock resistance, making it perfect for extreme sports and adventures.
The Arktis blue dial version comes fitted with a blue rubber strap, while the green Summit model comes with a black rubber strap. Both include the brand’s interchangeable strap system for other strap options too. Each piece is limited to 75 pieces.