The 3 Timer Ocean, with its matching Ocean blue rubber strap, is ideal for leisurely summer days spent diving or swimming in the sea, while the 3 Timer Midnight is intended for a more discreet evening look on sea or on shore.
Originally launched in 2009, the 3 Timer was an evolution of Linde Werdelin's first watch ever called the Biformeter. While retaining the Biformeter’s sporty attitude, every single detail of the 3 Timer was redesigned in a more refined and subdued fashion.
Equipped with a 44mm stainless steel case and powered by an ETA 2893 movement, the watch is sold on an interchangeable ocean blue strap and is available in a limited edition of 33 pieces.
Meanwhile the 3 Timer Midnight features a deep dark blue dial, the brand’s signature blue colour for the first time on a dial.
The two new watches will be premiering this week at an event between Linde Werdelin and their retail partner The Lavish Attic in Hong Kong.
Each Linde Werdelin watch can effortlessly adapt to any situation thanks to the brand's unique strap attachment system. With a titanium strap insert and hexagonal screws the system can withstand the effects of most activities in the mountains or the sea.
Linde Werdelin was founded in 2002 by Morten Linde and Jorn Werdelin.