Set up by two Danish entrepreneurs, the philosophy behind Linde Werdelin is to create handsome yet robust watches that you can wear to work but which can be transformed into a technical instrument for use on the ski slopes or submerged beneath the waves. Sold separately, the watches and instruments appeal to extreme sportsmen and women who don't like to scrimp on style. Linde Werdelin's Oktopus II Rose Gold is a great-looking timepiece that doubles as a contemporary dive watch. Built to offer absolute water resistance and withstand lengthy submersion in seawater, its resilient titanium case resembles an airtight pressure chamber. Designed so that The Reef - a dive instrument developed in-house to track critical information while you're underwater - can be fastened on to the front, it has a large date in double wheels and is powered by a Dubois Dépraz custom-made automatic movement for enhanced readability. The Linde Werdelin Oktopus II Rose Gold is limited to 88 pieces.