The Linde Werdeline GMT baby

It’s been another fun week test driving a new watch from Beverly Hills Watch. Learning about different watch brands and being able to actually wear these watches has really given me a better understanding of the watch industry and more about my personal likes and dislikes in watches. Beverly Hills has so many NEW and USED watches. Whether your a watch enthusiast or buying your first piece. I highly suggest you give them a call or check out the website and see what they can do for you! Now.. lets get to chatting about this Linde Werdline GMT I’ve been wearing!

A little bit about the brand before we get into my thoughts. Linde Werdeline was founded by Morten Linde and Jorn Werdelin in  2002. Their company was inspired by their keen interest in skiing and diving. Many of the watches are limited in production to as few as 100. They have combined both analogue and digital technologies to produce and manufacture mechanical watches with instruments that clip onto the face of the watch. This technology was used on the first ever confirmed free climb of Mount Everest in 2007.

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Get all the details on this watch here

I know I have mentioned this before, but for me, I love knowing and understanding my watch and all the things it can do… but I don’t really ever use any of the features. I’m definitely more into the aesthetics and feel/comfort of the watch itself.  The rubber strap on this model of Linde Werdeline is extremely comfortable. I’m assuming because of its use durning extreme sports like skiing it has to fit snug and close to the body. It certainly does. and doesn’t move one bit. Love that! All the details on price and purchase here.

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When it comes to the style of this Line Werdline GMT from Previously Enjoyed and Beverly Hills Watch, this piece has a very sporty feel. It almost has a military look to it. It’s not like anything I’ve worn in the past. I’ll be honest… at first I wasn’t so sure. But then… it really grew on me. I think having different pieces in your collection makes a collection more complete. I mean who want 10 Panarai’s? Or 10 of any of the same style for that matter (unless they are Richard Mille’s of course, lol).

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Get all the details on this watch and so many other from Previously Enjoyed. Looking for something new, check out their new selections at Beverly Hills Watch. If you’re into something a little different and like the idea of a sport watch, I highly suggest you take a look at this watch. Not to mention, the price is pretty sweet also. Hope you enjoyed and stay tuned for more soon.

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Why you have to shop @ Beverly Hills Watch… Beverly Hills Watch has been around since 1979. The sell both new and used watches. It’s easy to shop around for watches online, but you don’t always know what your getting. The “previously enjoyed” division of Beverly Hills Watch is a little different then your average online shop. Watches brought in on trade from current clients who purchased the watch from them in the past means they have the proper pedigree with all these watches. All new clients who are trading watches go through a very thorough verification process so you can be certain you are getting exactly what you are paying for.

Before you make your next watch purchase, or you want more info on a specific watch – I truly speak from experience – check out Beverly Hills Watch

“Previously Enjoyed Watches – The Exclusive Beverly Hills Watch Store since 1979. Specializing in buying, selling and trading new and pre-owned fine timepieces acquired from our vast network of clients around the world.”

 

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