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The word ‘gelidus’ means ice-cold and frosty in Latin, a proper and fitting name for the sleekly styled watch as frosting is used as a decoration technique on movement side as well as on dial. Bearing many similarities with the Laine Watches 1817 model, which is based on a 200-year old engraving decoration, the Gelidus offers a streamlined design exuding craftsmanship and modern style.
The dial of the Gelidus is made entirely in-house. The watch’s hands are crafted with steel, which can be customized with either a polished or blued appearance. The Gelidus features the same two hardened steel bridges found in the 1817 model, but now the pieces feature a modernity in dimensional barrel bridge.
In addition, screw and jewel sinks and bridge chamfers have been polished by hand. Black polish on screw heads.
With the Gelidus, Laine intends to continue the company’s tradition of passing down bits of history and craftsmanship into each and every piece sold. Each piece is created not by machine, but by man, and the collections are made only in small batches.
The Gelidus is no exception. Only thirty of this limited edition wristwatch, seasoned in the essence of time-telling history and striking design, will be crafted.
This limited edition watches will be available to the public with movement color including red gold, yellow gold, rhodium and black rhodium.
Each watch comes with a handcrafted alligator strap.
All watches are made to order.
Manually wind, 18000 bph. Available colors are red gold, yellow gold, rhodium and black rhodium.
Available colors are: storm blue, salmon, antracite and northern snow. Numerals are contrasting color to dial.
Stainless steel. Water resistant 3 bar.
Double domed sapphire glass on front and flat on back.