Just got back from my appointment with Linde Werdelin. Although I've already seen their chronograph in pictures of others, you can't judge properly until you've seen them in the flesh. At first, I was a bit afraid the watch would be too large for an average wrist, but as I just mentioned, you can't tell before you actually handled a watch. Specifications do not translate properly into the comfort, look and feel of a watch.
Linde Werdelin presented three versions: stainless steel, stainless steel and DLC, titanium and DLC with gold elements. These are still prototypes, as LW is still working on the best way to position and place the chronograph pushers without having to make any compromises with respect to the design of the case.
The movement is the caliber LW03, which is actually a chronograph movement developed by Concepto. This movement is based on the ETA7750 and winds in one direction, resulting in having a free spin. Some people like this a lot, as it makes the watch come alive on your wrist. On the other hand, there are also collectors who can't get used to this wobble on their wrist. The rotor has been finished very nicely and has this 'racy' look.
Nuff said about the SpidoSpeed chronograph, let's proceed with the pictures and do share your opinion!
One of the cool details on the stainless steel version is that it comes on an alligator strap with this strange rubber-ish finish on top of it, making it feel very soft.