Porsche Design Chronograph 718 Cayman GT4 RS

To coincide with the launch of the new Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 RS, Porsche Design presents a matching timepiece with racing DNA that is only available to owners of the sports car.

The Chronograph 718 Cayman GT4 RS combines the style-defining design elements, materials, and high-performance qualities of the four-wheeled 718 family, and brings the character of the iconic Porsche brand to the wrist.

Porsche Design Chronograph 718 Cayman GT4 RS

The timepiece is powered by the Porsche Design WERK 01.200 caliber. Its flyback chronograph mechanism permits the starting, stopping, and resetting of successive time intervals in just one operation. The automatic movement has been certified by the Swiss COSC testing institute, guaranteeing the highest precision and performance.

Porsche Design Chronograph 718 Cayman GT4 RS

One of the basic concepts of the Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 RS is that less is more – at least when it comes to weight. That is why titanium is used for some of the engine components that are constantly exposed to extreme stress. This exceedingly tough and incredibly light, high-tech material is perfect for withstanding heavy loads, and is used for parts such as the connecting rods.

Porsche Design Chronograph 718 Cayman GT4 RS

The lightweight construction concept applied to the vehicle is reflected in the new Chronograph 718 Cayman GT4 RS, which, like all Porsche Design timepieces, has a titanium case. The wristwatch’s relationship to the motorized 718 finds expression in other refined details: the matte black and anti-reflective dial, for example, is inspired by the sports car’s rev counter.

Porsche Design Chronograph 718 Cayman GT4 RS

Just like the elements on the pared-back and highly modern instrument panel in the cockpit, the Signal Yellow sub dials and hands of the chronograph contrast with the dial. The ‘GT4 RS` logo and stylized checkered flag on the running second at 9 o’clock make the purpose of this time-piece instantly clear – it is ideal to be worn at the racetrack. A colored ring in Arctic Gray also adorns the dial’s rim.

Porsche Design Chronograph 718 Cayman GT4 RS

The Chronograph 718 Cayman GT4 RS can be further individualized in select markets*. As a result, the timepiece not only bears the distinctive Porsche signature, but also that of the owner. Two different case colors – black or titanium – and two types of bezel are available, while the individual ring can be adapted to match the vehicle color.

Porsche Design Chronograph 718 Cayman GT4 RS

In addition, a special GT4 RS watch strap is available, made of the same black leather used in the vehicle as well as black Race-Tex with ‘GT4 RS` embossing and decorative stitching in Arctic Gray or Deep Sea Blue.

Additional straps can be ordered, made either of titanium or genuine Porsche interior leather in various colors, making it possible to alter the chronograph to suit any occasion or personal design preference. Each Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 RS customer who configures their timepiece will be issued an individual code with which to place their order at their authorized local Porsche dealer.

Porsche Design Chronograph 718 Cayman GT4 RS

The Porsche Design Chronograph 718 Cayman GT4 RS will be available for order through authorized Porsche dealerships beginning November 17, 2021 at a starting price of $8,400 (RRP).

* The configurator is available in Germany, the United Kingdom, the USA and Switzerland.

Porsche Design Chronograph in Honour of Hans-Joachim Stuck

Porsche Design has produced a special chronograph watch model to mark the 70th birthday of a motorsport legend. Individually configured by Hans-Joachim Stuck, the timepiece symbolises his most successful years in motorsport with Porsche.

The racing driver’s exclusive gift to himself is a highly customised chronograph that he specially designed with the custom-built Timepieces configurator from an endless number of possibilities.

Porsche Design Chronograph in Honour of Hans-Joachim Stuck

The custom-built chronograph created by Stuck is based on ‘his’ colours: the bright Speed Blue goes back to the paint finish of the Porsche 962 C in which the long-distance world champion twice won the legendary 24 Hours of Le Mans, as well as his helmet decorated with white stars.

The tachymeter bezel and the performance indicator hand are design elements that provide a visual link to the driver’s career, with an unmistakable reference to motorsport. For the housing, Stuck opted for a black titanium carbide coating. The elegant yet sporty model features matte black hands, as well as a coloured ring in Carrera White Metallic.

Porsche Design Chronograph in Honour of Hans-Joachim Stuck

Speed Blue was also chosen for the strap, which is made of genuine Porsche vehicle leather, with decorative stitching made of the same yarn that’s used in the cars – in this case in GT Silver Metallic.

The oscillating weight of the mechanical self-winding Porsche Design chronograph calibre WERK 01.100 is designed in the shape of a Porsche wheel – a tribute to Stuck’s favourite vehicle away from racing – the iconic 911.

PORSCHE DESIGN WATCHES

Porsche Design is a premium lifestyle brand with particular focus on technically inspired products. It  was founded in 1972 by Ferdinand Alexander Porsche, grandson of Ferdinand Porsche (founder of the Porsche car company). Since 2003, Porsche Design has been a part of Porsche AG, the iconic German automobile manufacturer specializing in high-performance sports cars, SUVs and sedans.

The product portfolio of Porsche Design includes classic men’s accessories, a sport and fashion collection as well as electronic products and a men’s fragrance range. The products are designed in the Porsche Design Studio in Zell am See, Austria, and sold worldwide in the brand’s own stores, shop-in-shops, high quality department stores and exclusive retail outlets. Presently, Roland Heiler is the Chief Design Officer of Porsche Design Group.

With offices in Zell am See, Berlin and Ludwigsburg, Los Angeles and Shanghai, Porsche Design Studio also works for international clients, which has led to the creation of top-end consumer goods, household appliances and industrial products.

In April 2017, Porsche Design became a fully owned subsidiary of Porsche AG.

History of Porsche Design

Born in Stuttgart, the eldest son of Ferry Porsche headed up the Stuttgart-based sports car maker’s design studio from 1962 to 1972 – the period during which the Porsche 911 and the 904 race car were created. In 1972, he established his own design studio (Studio F. A. Porsche), relocating it two years later to Zell am See in Austria.

During the decades that followed, he designed accessories such as watches, spectacles and writing instruments. Working with a team of a dozen designers, he also styled a host of industrial products, household appliances and consumer products for well-known international companies. Today, the studio in Zell am See is one of the most renowned design houses in the world.

Ferdinand Alexander Porsche has designed all of the things men consider important. Many of his designs have become classics, which are even displayed at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. The unusual breadth of his work includes writing instruments, lighters, boats and even the Skytrain in Bangkok.

Ferdinand Alexander Porsche has received many awards and honors for his work as a designer. The Industrial Design Forum Hanover (iF) chose him as their “1992 Prizewinner of the Year”, and the President of Austria made him an honorary professor in 1999.

Ferdinand Alexander Porsche was born on December 11, 1935 in Stuttgart, the eldest son of Dorothea and Ferry Porsche, who later founded the sports car maker. Even as a small boy, he accompanied his father and grandfather Ferdinand to the engineering design office in Zuffenhausen.

When he was seven, the family moved to Zell am See to avoid the bombing. As a child, “Butzi” – as he was fondly known to his family – enjoyed designing and building his own toys. Upon his return to Stuttgart, he attended the Waldorf School and then studied at the Ulm School of Design. In 1958, he started work at the design office of what was then Porsche KG.

He soon gave a vivid demonstration of his design skills when he created the first plasticine model of a successor to the 356 series. The Porsche 911, developed directly from his drawings, was shown for the first time in September 1963 at the Frankfurt Motor Show.

Years later, it would be part of the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York. In 1962, he was appointed head of the Stuttgart-based sports car manufacturer’s design studio. The designs of all of the racing and sports cars that left the factory in the 1960s bear his hallmark, including the legendary 904 Carrera GTS long-distance race car.

In Fall 2003, Ferdinand Alexander Porsche, together with other Porsche Design shareholders and Porsche AG, founded the Porsche Design Group (Porsche Lizenz- und Handelsgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG), in which Porsche AG now holds a majority interest (65 % shares). The aim of this new company is to exploit the potential of the Porsche name in business areas unrelated to the auto industry and continue the life work of Ferdinand Alexander Porsche.

Porsche Design features prominently in these activities as well as the product portfolio for Porsche drivers and fans of the Porsche Design Driver’s Selection brand and the design work of the Porsche Design Studio in Zell am See.

In 2004, Porsche AG appointed Roland Heiler (who was the director of the Porsche Styling Studio in California at that time) as the Managing Director of Porsche Design. In 2005, Ferdinand Alexander Porsche decided to resign from the supervisory board of Porsche AG and to withdraw from active professional life.

In 2007, Roland Heiler became the Chief Designer of Porsche Design group. Ferdinand Alexander Porsche passed away at the age of seventy-six in 2012.

In 2017, Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG has acquired the remaining 35 per cent of the shares in Porsche Lizenz- und Handelsgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG (Porsche Design Group) from a Porsche family investment company, making it a wholly owned subsidiary.

In 2021, Porsche Design won the honorary title “Red Dot: Design Team of the Year 2021”.

Porsche Design Timepieces

The Porsche Design legendary Chronograph I was the world’s first black watch as well as the first product produced by the luxury brand. In 1972, the timepiece caused a furore, as the self-winding chronograph – a concept that had previously been inconceivable – was entirely black and provocatively plain.

By releasing this timepiece, Professor Ferdinand Alexander Porsche was anticipating a trend that, while revolutionary at the time, defines the watch industry today. In 1980, Porsche Design revolutionised the watchmaking world with the first timepiece made from titanium ever to be seen. 20 years later, this was followed by the first watch to feature an aluminium case.

The launch of the Indicator in 2004 saw the brand reach a new milestone: For the first time, this model combined chronograph functionality with a purely mechanical, jumping digital display. This was made possible thanks to the world’s most complex watch mechanism produced in a limited run: Four spring barrels are required to power all functions reliably and the mechanism comprises a total of more than 800 individual parts.

In March 2014, the Porsche Design Group (Porsche Lizenz- und Handelsgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG) and Eterna AG Uhrenfabrik, based in Grenchen, Switzerland, ended their license agreement for the development, production and sale of high-quality watches. All services associated with the relevant Porsche Design watches will still be guaranteed by Eterna. In addition, the two companies are set to collaborate in various technical fields.

In July 2014, Porsche Design Group (Porsche Lizenz- und Handelsgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG) founded a subsidiary in Switzerland to continue its tradition of offering high-quality timepieces.

Porsche Design Timepieces AG, based in the Jurasuedfuß region of Switzerland, is responsible for developing and producing exclusive Porsche Design timepieces; marketing and sales are overseen by the Porsche Design Group, which is based in Ludwigsburg, Germany.

As has been the case for more than 40 years, Porsche Design timepieces are positioned in an exclusive niche in the luxury watch category. The products are available around the world in the luxury brand’s stores and from selected leading retailers.

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Official website: www.porsche-design.com

Porsche Design Chronograph 911 GT3

Porsche Design presents a special edition chronograph watch exclusively created for buyers of the new 911 GT3 sports car.

Just like the powerful 911 GT3 sports car, the new Porsche Design Chronograph 911 GT3 boasts flamboyant design, consistent performance, and exquisite craftsmanship. The principal design features, material selection, and performance characteristics of the 911 GT3 have shaped both the conceptualization and the making of the chronograph.

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The high-tech titanium used for the case of the timepiece is derived from the lightweight principle in engine design, while the color and material choices were inspired by the vehicle’s equipment options.

The Porsche Design Chronograph 911 GT3 is available in two versions: a sporty version with an applied dial color ring in eye-catching Shark Blue, and a purist version with a color ring in black. As usual for Porsche Design timepieces, both of these models stand out due to their superb readability: just like in the cockpit, the hands and numbers in white and yellow on a black back-ground immediately catch the eye.

Porsche Design Chronograph 911 GT3

The strap of the chronograph is made of genuine Porsche vehicle leather with “GT3” debossing and includes stitching in contrasting colors – Shark Blue or GT Silver, depending on the version.

Thanks to Porsche Design’s innovative quick-change system, the strap – which comes in sizes medium and large – can be replaced easily and easily without the need for additional tools.

Porsche Design Chronograph 911 GT3

The Porsche Design caliber WERK 01.200 with flyback function combines starting, stopping, and zeroing in a single operation, making the 911 GT3 Chronograph the perfect racetrack companion. It is COSC-certified – a distinction awarded only to the most accurate of watches. The movement is powered by a custom winding rotor recreated from the design of the Porsche 911 GT3 wheels.

Porsche Design Chronograph 911 GT3

The GT3 wheel rotor is available in six colors analogous to those available for the vehicle configuration, exclusively for this chronograph and only for 911 GT3 owners. Each rotor is completed with a sporty miniaturized center lock featuring a silver GT3 logo. The casing is also directly linked to high-performance motorsport and is made of highly resistant, lightweight, and hypoallergenic titanium – just like the connecting rods in the Porsche 911 GT3 engine. High-tech components like these are usually only used in the most advanced racing motors.

Porsche Design Chronograph 911 GT3

The brand also offers more customization options in the markets where the new Porsche Design custom-built Timepieces Program is currently available – Germany, the United Kingdom, and the United States. With the Porsche Design timepiece configurator, owners of the 911 GT3 can personalize and adapt additional details on the watch to perfectly match their dream sports car.

Porsche Design Chronograph 911 GT3

There are two color options for the case – natural titanium or black-coated titanium – as well as bezels featuring a sporty tachometer or classic minute scale. The dial ring can be customized within the GT3 color spectrum. The black Porsche sports car leather strap features “GT3” debossing and is adorned with contrasting stitches made from Porsche vehicle thread in four colors. For the first time, the all-new color Shark Blue is also available.

Alternatively, the band is available without embossing, in various colors of leather as well as in titanium. All of the options selected, and the price for the respective configuration, are displayed in real time. Upon completion of the configuration, the customer receives an individual code that can be used to order the personalized timepiece at their local authorized Porsche dealer.

The Porsche Design Chronograph 911 GT3 will be available in spring 2021 starting at $8,050 (RRP), and delivery takes eight to twelve weeks.

PORSCHE DESIGN HUAWEI WATCH GT 2

Created in collaboration with Huawei Consumer BG, this smartwatch combines Huawei’s innovative technology and Porsche Design’s pure and functional design philosophy. It is the first collaboration between these two companies.

The PORSCHE DESIGN HUAWEI WATCH GT 2 features a streamlined titanium body that pays homage to high-speed supercar design. The bezel, with the iconic Porsche Design logo integrated at the top, is seamlessly incorporated into the watch face giving it a premium touch.

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The smartwatch comes with the innovative quick fit titanium link strap, which users can easily disassemble or adjust, and is made from titanium and polished with a rigorous sandblasting process for a perfect matte finish. Huawei’s new titanium buckle is accented with the Porsche Design Icon, and makes the process of putting on and taking off the watch quick and easy. The end result is a flawlessly designed smartwatch that is premium, mature and scratch-resistant, ideal for everyday wear and outdoor activities.

Two digital crowns feature Porsche Design’s iconic red circle and are a testament to the innovative and high-end manufacturing of the watch. With a gentle press, users can easily explore the various settings and configurations.

The customised Porsche Design watch faces are beautifully crafted and provide a sharp yet smart aesthetic. The classic and always-on watch face allows time to pass by elegantly on the wrist. Both the watch hands and numbers are easy to read at a glance. Less is more with the E-PURE watch face which takes the iconic analogue dial to the digital era.

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Motorsport-inspired racing lines displayed on the back of the PORSCHE DESIGN HUAWEI Mate 40 RS are transferred from the Smartphone to the racing watch face, paying homage to the brand’s sports car DNA and racing history. The smartwatch also offers an innovative stopwatch face that allows users to start timing with a tap of the screen.

The PORSCHE DESIGN HUAWEI WATCH GT 2 is built with excellence from the outside in. The new smartwatch provides an impressive two-week long battery life, offering a reliable digital health and fitness manager for users.

The smartwatch supports data tracking for more than 100 workout modes, including indoor and outdoor sports such as golf driving range, skiing and mountain climbing amongst others. Combining exclusive and pure design, great durability and 50 metre water-resistance, the PORSCHE DESIGN HUAWEI WATCH GT 2 is an ideal companion for all occasions.

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Advanced heart rate tracking is available via upgraded HUAWEI TruSeen™ 4.0+ heart rate monitoring technology and a 6-in-1 LED lens, which is installed on the delicate ceramic back of the watch. The lens is made of sapphire for better light penetration and accurate heart rate tracking, while the ceramic rear case feels comfortable on the skin.

The PORSCHE DESIGN HUAWEI WATCH GT 2 offers comprehensive health monitoring around the clock and measures everything from heart rate, stress level, sleep quality and SpO2 level. In addition, the smartwatch supports all day continuous monitoring of SpO2 level, caring for users’ health day and night.

The PORSCHE DESIGN HUAWEI WATCH GT 2 will be available end of November in select Porsche Design Stores, at specialty retailers, and online. A wireless charger, cable and a Fluoroelastomer strap are included with each order.

Porsche Design Sport Chrono Timepieces Collection

The new Porsche Panamera sports car incorporates an exclusive Porsche Design clock on its dashboard. This clock features a high-quality metal dial, ceramic indices and manufacture-made hands. Thanks to a specially developed lighting technology, the time is displayed in the fashion of a high-quality made wristwatch and offers perfect readability in poor light conditions and even in the dark.

In addition to the Sport Chrono Porsche Design clock designed for the car interior, the company introduces the Sport Chrono wristwatch collection.

Porsche Design Sport Chrono Timepieces Collection

The new product line, which includes a chronograph and three “three-hand models” with small second, combines classic design features, materials and the typical performance characteristics of sports car construction.

Porsche Design Sport Chrono Timepieces Collection

The automatic chronograph is powered by the C.O.S.C.-certified Porsche Design caliber WERK 01.100, while the three variants of the Sport Chrono Sub Second are equipped with the new, in-house developed Porsche Design caliber WERK 03.200, which also earned a C.O.S.C. chronometer certificate for proven accuracy.

Porsche Design Sport Chrono Timepieces Collection

Like the dashboard instruments, the automatic movement puts the display of the small seconds at six o’clock into the spotlight, highlighting once again Porsche Design’s watchmaking expertise and offering customers and friends of the Porsche brand the opportunity to wear a feature of their sports car on their wrist.

Porsche Design Sport Chrono Timepieces Collection

When the legendary Porsche 911 was first launched, the dashboard instruments included an electric timepiece as part of the 5-tube instruments. In the early 2000s, Porsche added an additional central instrument that was placed prominently in the middle.

Initially displaying lap times, it was continuously refined to provide more control functions for engine and chassis components as well as the exhaust system. As part of the so-called “Sport Chrono Package,” it was not a classic three-hand clock, but rather an instrument with a digital display and a single hand.

With the new Sport Chrono Package and Porsche Design’s Sub Second timepiece, the vision of combining a sports car with a perfectly readable instrument in the form of a premium wristwatch chronometer has become reality.

Porsche Design Sport Chrono Timepieces Collection

Available for the first time in the new Porsche Panamera models, it is an electrically powered clock. It is being offered in manufacture assembly, which features a high-end metal dial with radial cut, ceramic indices with Superluminova coating and metal hands. In combination with the specially developed incident-light technology, the very effect of Porsche Design timepieces is being transferred to the car interior.

Porsche Design Sport Chrono Timepieces Collection

The launch of the extended Sport Chrono Package is accompanied by the launch of the new Sport Chrono collection wristwatches, including a chronograph and three “three-hand models” with small second at 6 o’clock.

Porsche Design Sport Chrono Timepieces Collection

The Sport Chrono Sub Second models are powered by the newly developed in-house Porsche Design caliber WERK 03.200 with C.O.S.C. certification.

Porsche Design Sport Chrono Timepieces Collection

Available in Titanium & Black, Titanium & Blue or Titanium & Brown color combinations, they appeal not only with their stylish, reduced design, but also their titanium case. A hallmark of Porsche Design, titanium is water-resistant to 100 metres, extremely robust and highly comfortable to wear because of its particular light weight.

Porsche Design Sport Chrono Timepieces Collection

The same applies to the automatic chronograph with the Porsche Design caliber WERK 01.100. In contrast to the Sub Second chronometer models, which are equipped with a closed case back, the chronograph boasts a sapphire crystal case back.

Porsche Design Sport Chrono Timepieces Collection

The high-quality design and winding rotor with the P-Icon can be seen through the sapphire crystal case back. Other classic Porsche Design features include the sevenfold anti-reflective sapphire crystal with hard coating, the high-quality leather strap made from genuine Porsche interior leather and the titanium folding clasp with safety push buttons.

The models of the new Porsche Design Sport Chrono Timepieces Collection are available from September 2020 at a price from Euro 4,450 (RRP).

Porsche Design presents unique custom-built Timepieces programme

With the launch of a revolutionary programme based on production principles utilized in Porsche sports car manufacturing, Porsche Design is taking the creation of exclusive Swiss wristwatches to the next level. This is the first time the concept of a fully customised timepiece; perfectly tailored to match one’s dream Porsche, will enter into series production.

The new Porsche Design custom-built Timepieces programme started in Germany on July 1, 2020. It will be followed by the UK and US on September 1, 2020 at all participating Porsche Centers. The English version of the Internet Timepieces Configurator will also be available as of September 2020.

The Porsche Design watch configurator

The menu navigation and overall design of the new watch configurator are based on the well-established Porsche car configurator. Just like the Porsche 911 range, the watch is digitally visualised down to the smallest detail to provide customers with a realistic depiction of their dream timepiece.

Porsche Design presents unique custom-built Timepieces programme

The features, including the pricing for each respective configuration, are displayed in real time. A basic custom-built Timepiece starts at 4,950.00 Euros and, depending on the options selected, can range up to 11,600 Euros (recommended RRP including local taxes in Germany) and includes up to three additional leather straps. Orders are placed exclusively through Porsche Centres and delivery will take eight to 12 weeks.

The case

The first step in the virtual timepiece configurator is to select the case. The customer can choose between a glass-bead-blasted natural titanium case or a black titanium case coated in titanium carbide via PVD. The legendary design by F. A. Porsche has found its contemporary interpretation in the cases of the custom-built chronographs that are based on the Chronotimer Series 1.

Porsche Design presents unique custom-built Timepieces programme

The movement

With the launch of the Porsche Design custom-built Timepieces programme, the new in house caliber WERK 01.100, which features a 48-hour power reserve, enters series production for the first time. The highlight of this COSC-certified movement is the customisable winding rotor, featuring the wheel designs of the latest-generation Porsche 911. For the first time ever, Porsche Design is offering a timepiece with a completely customisable movement component.

From the classic 911 Carrera rim, including the two-tone Porsche Crest in the centre of the rotor, to the 911 Carrera Exclusive Design wheel version with a gold badge at its centre, there are six different rotor types to choose from. The colour on the rotor edge can also be customised, just like the outer edges of the wheels of a Porsche car. Porsche Design is also offering the original Porsche colour palette.

Porsche Design presents unique custom-built Timepieces programme

The rotors on the new watches correspond to a 1:22 scaled-down version of the original rim, adapted to the geometry of the timepiece. They are crafted with a level of precision down to five thousandths of a millimeter. The Porsche Crest, which measures around 50 mm on a vehicle rim, is a mere 3.3 mm wide and 4.4 mm high on the winding rotor cover. Nevertheless, the Porsche Crest still remains clearly visible to the naked eye.

The watchbands

The enormous amount of work put into this programme is most apparent in the metal and leather watchbands, which are available in three sizes. Pop-up menus in the configurator make selections easy. The metal bracelets are made of skin-friendly titanium and all versions feature individually screwed-down links.

Like the case variants, they are available in glass-bead-blasted natural titanium or black-coated titanium carbide. Additionally, there are two different closing mechanisms to choose from: a butterfly clasp with lateral buttons or seven-step fine adjustment.

Porsche Design presents unique custom-built Timepieces programme

All leather straps are crafted from the same hides used for Porsche automobile interiors and come in the 14 official interior colour options of the Porsche 911. The leather wristbands come with a butterfly clasp as well as side buttons for quick and easy release. For the stitching on the strap, a total of 19 different colours of genuine Porsche yarn are available, meaning that there are up to 300 different possible configurations.

Two additional bracelets can be designed and purchased per order and the configurator’s full range of options remains available for this selection. The new quick-change side button system makes it easy to change them without the use of any tools.

Custom-built dial and bezel

The dial is personalised via inlaid coloured rings, featuring minute markers in the style of the design-defining classic speedometer developed by Prof. F. A. Porsche. There are 27 Porsche 911 exterior and interior colours to choose from.

Even the watch hands can be personalised, with the customer able to choose either classic Essence in black or sporty Performance hands in matte-white with red tips. The watch’s bezel can also feature either traditional minute markers or a tachymeter for tracking speed or distance.

Porsche Design presents unique custom-built Timepieces programme

Custom laser engraving

Upon request, each Porsche Design custom-built Timepiece can be individualised with laser engraving on the back of the case, enhancing each timepiece with the ultimate in personal touches. This supplementary engraving can also be applied to the watch box, which is exclusive to the new watches.

Additionally, the corresponding car visuals can be requested for the emblem on the timepieces’ box. The fonts and lettering featured on the rear of the customer’s car can be applied as well. Alternatively, the customer has the option to select a graphic logo, such as the current 911 Carrera flyline.

Porsche Design Chronograph 911 Targa 4S Heritage Design Edition

Porsche Design and Porsche Exclusive Manufaktur mark a new milestone in their successful collaboration with the launch of the new Chronograph 911 Targa 4S Heritage Design Edition. This is the first of four special limited-edition timepieces accompanying the launch of the 911 Heritage Design cars.

Inspired by the 1950s, 60s, 70s and 80s, these collector’s pieces bring the iconic looks of each era into the present. Focusing on authenticity and style-defining details, special colours and patterns are re-interpreted and brought back to life, complimented by a modern appearance and state-of-the-art manufacturing and technology.

Porsche Design Chronograph 911 Targa 4S Heritage Design Edition

Porsche Design is developing matching timepieces exclusively for future owners of Heritage Design cars. First in the series is the Chronograph 911 Targa 4S Heritage Design Edition, which combines the classic design features, materials and performance characteristics of the 911 Targa 4S Heritage Design Edition, expanding the unique concept of this new sports car to the wrist of its owner.

Porsche Design Chronograph 911 Targa 4S Heritage Design Edition

The self-winding chronograph is powered by the Porsche Design caliber WERK 01.100, a new C.O.S.C. certified, in-house-developed chronograph movement, which guarantees maximum performance. Like the vehicles, the chronograph, which debuts in Porsche Design’s characteristic titanium case, is limited to 992 pieces.

Porsche Design has put a great deal of passion into reviving a part of Porsche history on the wrist that captures the unique charm of a style icon that is still as up to date today as it was 70 years ago. In its noble, purist form and with great attention to detail and authenticity, the Chronograph 911 Targa 4S Heritage Design Edition refers to the legendary Porsche 356 and the iconic Porsche 911 Targa.

Porsche Design Chronograph 911 Targa 4S Heritage Design Edition

The design of the dial with a white second hand and green circles in the characteristic Phosphorus Green hue was inspired by their speedometers. The hour markers use the Porsche font and offer perfect readability in all lighting conditions thanks to their luminous Superluminova coating. Selected elegant accents are created by the gold-coloured Porsche Design logo and, on the seconds dial at nine o’clock, the Porsche logo, which also embellishes the rear of the 911 Targa 4S Heritage Design Edition.

Particular attention has also been paid to the strap, which is made from the same leather as that used for the interiors of Porsche sports cars. This harmoniously compliments the design and demonstrates a love of fine detail. It will be available in Bordeaux Red or Black, with a choice of two strap lengths for both. The seams are kept tone on tone for a particularly expressive look and the 911 embossing is a further tribute to the iconic sports car.

Like every Porsche Design timepiece, the Chronograph 911 Targa 4S Heritage Design Edition is entirely made from titanium. Thanks to its extreme lightness, durability and resistance to corrosion, the high-tech material used in the construction of racing car engines ensures maximum performance and wearing comfort.

Precise timekeeping is guaranteed by the new Porsche Design Chronograph caliber WERK 01.100, which bears a chronometer certificate from the Swiss C.O.S.C.-Institute. Its rotor mimics the design of the Fuchsfelge (Fuchs wheel), which was originally developed for the first Porsche 911.

Porsche Design Chronograph 911 Targa 4S Heritage Design Edition

Based on the specification of the owner’s car, the watch rotor can be either high-gloss black or satin platinum. The historic Porsche crest also pays homage to the roots of the brand and adorns the rotor’s centre lock. The limited edition number that corresponds to that of the car is laser-engraved onto the bottom of the case back.

Porsche Design Chronograph 911 Targa 4S Heritage Design Edition

The Porsche Design Chronograph 911 Targa 4S Heritage Design Edition is exclusively available to order at Porsche dealerships worldwide to future owners of the Porsche 911 Targa 4S Heritage Design Edition from June 2020 at an RRP of €10.950.

Porsche Design 1919 Chronotimer Flyback Blue & Leather (new version)

In 2019, Porsche Design introduced the 1919 Chronotimer Flyback Brown & Leather, a genuine manufactory chronograph that set new standards in the world of luxury wristwatches. Equipped with a complex flyback function with chronometer-certified precision, the Porsche Design Werk 01.200 represents state of the art.

In addition to its innovative inner workings, the timepiece, like its legendary role model, the Porsche 911, unites uncompromising functionality, thoroughly designed in all details, with an expressive sporty appearance. Now, Porsche Design launches this chronograph classic in a new edition with a bold colour combination. The dial and strap, made from Porsche interior leather, radiate a subtle blue hue.

Porsche Design 1919 Chronotimer Flyback Blue & Leather

Since its launch in 1963, the Porsche 911 sports car has been a synonym for the perfect combination of design and performance. Porsche Design’s timepieces translate the DNA code of the Porsche 911 into the design of a wristwatch.

The 1919 Chronotimer Flyback Blue & Leather continues the tradition of the company’s first timepiece, the Chronograph I, which Prof. F. A. Porsche introduced in 1972. The large-scale, high-contrast dial is all about legibility, so that the attention is automatically directed to the essentials, namely the time display and the measurement functions.

Clean Arabic numerals and bold markers combined with intense use of Super-Luminova increase the readability under difficult lighting conditions and at night. Seven-fold and hard coated on both sides, the sapphire crystal prevents all light reflections, thus guaranteeing optimum readability at all times.

Porsche Design 1919 Chronotimer Flyback Blue & Leather

All timepieces of the 1919 Collection – including the 1919 Chronotimer Flyback collection – are entirely made of titanium. Despite its low weight this high-tech material that stems from the world of motorsport is extremely resilient and resistant.

With the same volume, it is 46 percent lighter than stainless steel, but significantly stronger and also non-magnetic, anti-allergic as well as saltwater and heat resistant. Titan therefore offers an unparalleled wearing comfort on the wrist. In keeping with the lightweight construction principle, the case is designed as slim as technically possible.

The signature trademarks of the 1919 Collection are the characteristic openings on the lugs and their form-fitting transition into the bracelet.

These features not only eliminate the design-related disadvantage of classic horns – the connection via a spring bar – but also lend a unique lightness to the collection’s puristic aesthetics. The owner can literally feel the connection to the sports car on his wrist: the strap is made of original Porsche interior calf leather.

Porsche Design 1919 Chronotimer Flyback Blue & Leather

The 1919 Chronotimer Flyback Blue & Leather is powered by Werk 01.200. This chronograph calibre offers a flyback mechanism that allows the measurement of successive intervals, for example lap times on the racetrack.

It uses a single process for starting, stopping and resetting. Paced at 4 hertz, the automatic movement represents the culmination of Porsche engineering and watchmaking combined with its vehicle manufacturing expertise. The bridges are load/stress optimised.

The special architecture allows the unobstructed view of the fascinating mechanism of the flyback function through the sapphire crystal caseback and is a further proof of the implementation of the lightweight principle.

As is representative of Porsche Design, the movement is black. Its energy-optimised rotor with the signature engraved PD-Icon is PVD coated and partially crafted from tungsten. Extremely difficult to process, this material provides the necessary weight to guarantee a highly powerful winding. Werk 01.200 also bears a certificate of the Swiss C.O.S.C. institution, verifying the accuracy of its performance.

The 1919 Chronotimer Flyback Blue & Leather is available at a price of 5,950 Euros.

Porsche Design Chronotimer GP Ice Race Special Edition 2020

The GP Ice Race enters its second round: On February 1st and 2nd, 2020, the legendary historic ice race, which was revived in 2019 after almost 45 years, will take place for the second time.

Once again, the former airport in picturesque Zell am See will be the venue for a two-day high-performance race for professional and amateur racers on an icy course.

As the official timing partner of the event, Porsche Design has dedicated a special timepiece edition to the GP Ice Race.

Porsche Design Chronotimer GP Ice Race Special Edition 2020

With refined details, such as ice-blue and polar white accents on the dial, the Chronotimer GP Ice Race Special Edition reflects the unique spirit of the event.

The sporty and dynamic look of the automatic chronograph is complemented by a high-quality, stylishly perforated leather strap made of original Porsche interior leather. For the Porsche Design brand, whose roots are in Zell am See, it is both an honor and a duty to officially support the event in this capacity.

Porsche Design Chronotimer GP Ice Race Special Edition 2020

The Chronotimer GP Ice Race Special Edition from Porsche Design ensures perfect timing. As in all Porsche Design timepieces, the 42-mm case is made of lightweight titanium, which is also resilient. The characteristic black titanium carbide coating accentuates the sporty and elegant design. The matte black dial guarantees perfect readability and has a dynamic charisma.

Porsche Design Chronotimer GP Ice Race Special Edition 2020

The GP Ice Race logo pays tribute to the spectacular ice race, while the ice-blue and snow-white markers symbolize the tough conditions on the icy track. The mechanical engine, which ticks behind the blackened sapphire crystal of the case back, is a true classic of Swiss watchmaking: the ETA Valjoux 7750 automatic caliber, which already powered the Chronograph I, Porsche Design’s first watch in 1972.

Porsche Design Chronotimer GP Ice Race Special Edition 2020 caseback view

The inscription “GP ICE RACE” on the case back highlights the exclusive character of the timepiece. The harmonious color composition even extends to the bracelet, as the black leather strap with white contrast stitching is made from original Porsche interior leather and yarn and harmoniously completes the refined design.

The Special Edition enriches the exclusive Chronotimer Collection, which currently consists of 13 different model versions. The chronograph is available at http://www.porsche-design.com as well as selected Porsche Design stores and high-end retailers in Austria and Germany and retails for 4,952 Euro (RRP).

Porsche Design 911 Speedster Chronograph Limited Edition

This year, Porsche presents enthusiasts with an exceptional car by reviving and reinterpreting the spirit of the original Speedster. Celebrating this special occasion, Porsche Design delivers an exclusive chronograph dedicated to the new 911 Speedster.

The timepiece combines the classic design elements, materials, and performance features of the sports car, extending the unique feeling of Porsche to the wrist of its future owner. The chronograph is a joint development by the engineers from vehicle construction and motorsport, as well as the master watchmakers at Porsche Design Timepieces.

For this reason, transferring the vehicle concept to the matching chronograph was effortlessly achieved. Referring to the debut year of the Porsche 356 “Nr.1”, the 911 Speedster Chronograph and the 911 Speedster Chronograph with Heritage Design Package are limited to 1,948 models in total.

Porsche Design 911 Speedster Chronograph Limited Edition

Inspired by the “Intelligent Performance” of the 911 Speedster, the chronograph implements sophisticated technology. Porsche Design’s first proprietary movement, the Porsche Design Werk 01.200 with flyback function, powers the Chronograph.

The calibre, resulting from three years of development, allows for the timing of consecutive events by using a single pusher for starting, stopping, and resetting the chronograph. It represents the culmination of watchmaking skills combined with Porsche’s engineering and vehicle manufacturing expertise.

Porsche Design 911 Speedster Chronograph Limited Edition

In addition to being Porsche Design’s first proprietary movement, Werk 01.200 also bears a certificate of the Swiss C.O.S.C. institution, verifying the accuracy of its performance. The cut out of the movement’s barrel bridge exhibits both the flyback function and gear trains – Porsche’s lightweight design philosophy at its best.

The energy-optimised rotor, partially crafted from tungsten for a powerful wind and visible through the sapphire case back, resembles the wheel design from the car. Attached by a Porsche central locking with Porsche crest, the rotor – similar to the Speedster’s alloy wheels – is lacquered with black-silk gloss.

Porsche Design 911 Speedster Chronograph Limited Edition

The case, 42.0 x 15.3 mm and pressure-tested up to five bars, is made of titanium – the material of choice at Porsche Design since 1972. The high-tech substance, successfully used in engine construction for decades, is roughly 40% lighter than stainless steel.

Thanks to its hypoallergenic properties and lightweight characteristics, it offers maximum wearing comfort. A black titanium-carbide-coating reinforces the timepiece’s sporty design.

The Porsche Principle is also expressed on the dial. Made of lightweight carbon, it offers excellent legibility from every angle. Like the instrument cluster in the 911 Speedster, all displays are matte black to avoid reflection. An homage to the first 356, the numbers and markers are green, just like the tachometer of the legendary sports car.

Down to the last detail, the Chronograph 911 Speedster uses additional features to reference the first Porsche sports car: the ‘70’ on the tachymeter scale is color highlighted and the mechanical function display at 9 o’clock is adorned with the ‘911 Speedster’ logo. In addition, the limitation numbers of the sports car and the watch are identical, signifying the relationship between the two.

Porsche Design 911 Speedster Chronograph Limited Edition

Each Chronograph 911 Speedster comes with one black and one red leather strap in two different sizes [sizes M and L], which are fabricated from the same high-quality leather and yarn used in the seats of the car. Thanks to the interchangeable wristband system, the leather straps easily swap without tools.

Like its vehicle counterpart, the Porsche Design Chronograph 911 with Heritage Design Package references visual and tactile details of the 1954 356 Speedster. The lightweight titanium case reflects the color scheme of the sports car with Heritage Design Package, mirroring the classic hues of Porsche’s early race cars.

Like the instruments in the 911 Speedster, the matte-black dial features green and silver colored Arabic numerals, with a green “70” highlighting the tachymeter scale and referencing seven decades of Porsche sports cars. Also referential of the brand’s historic past are the Porsche Design logo at 3 o’clock and the ‘Speedster’ logo on the mechanical function display at 9 o’clock. Both are finished with golden accents.

Like the Chronograph 911 Speedster, Porsche Design’s proprietary movement calibre, Werk 01.200, powers the timepiece with Heritage Design Package, guaranteeing maximum performance through advanced technology.

Matching the alloy wheel of the Heritage Design Package, the lacquered rotor is attached to the movement by a Porsche central locking with Porsche crest. This is entirely dedicated to the historic design of the car.

Similar to the interior in the Heritage Design Package, the leather straps are fabricated from cognac-colored car leather with color coordinated thread. The limitation numbers on the case backs clearly connect the chronographs with the sports cars, which directly correspond with the limitation numbers of the vehicles.

Just as the 911 Speedster in the Porsche Exclusive Manufaktur is customized according to the wishes of the future owner, the matching chronographs can also be custom-designed.

The design of the rotor can be chosen to match the vehicle’s rims. The made-to order leather strap with interchangeable wristband system comes in the same high quality leather and yarn used in the matching vehicle’s interior. For these reasons, ‘Porsche Design for Porsche’ is aimed at car aficionados and collectors, who know exactly what they want: luxury, individuality, and uncompromising form and function – perfectly executed.

The Porsche Design Chronograph 911 Speedster and the Chronograph 911 Speedster with Heritage Design Package will be exclusively available at Porsche Centres worldwide to future owners of the Porsche 911 Speedster or Porsche 911 Speedster with Heritage Design Package starting at $12,911.00.

Porsche Design 1919 Globetimer UTC

The new 1919 Globetimer UTC by Porsche Design embodies a technologically innovative and aesthetically perfect combination of motorsport and timekeeping across all (time) boundaries.

With the new 1919 Globetimer UTC, the engineers and designers at Porsche Design have once again met the high standards set by the company’s founder. This new world-time wristwatch from Porsche Design sparks enthusiasm with a winning combination of radically simplified functionality and optimized legibility of the displays. No matter where in the world your travels take you, the simple push of a button resets the twelve-hour hand to show local time.

Porsche Design 1919 Globetimer UTC

A day/night disc serves as an a.m./p.m. indicator, helping the wearer set the time for the correct half of the day in the new time zone. The date, linked to the local time, automatically shifts forward or backward when necessary. The minute and home time displays remain unaffected by the reset.

Porsche Design 1919 Globetimer UTC

In 1972, Prof. F. A. Porsche began realizing his design ideas for a wide variety of everyday objects. A chronograph wristwatch was one of his first projects. He designed it in accordance with the same principles of perfect legibility, ergonomics and the instant recognition distinguishing the cockpit of the Porsche 911, which he designed.

Admired ever since, Porsche Design epitomizes unadorned clarity skillfully uniting form and function, and symbolizing technically inspired products beyond the automotive world, simultaneously keeping the same standards of aesthetics and technological leadership.

Porsche Design Timepieces enjoys special significance in this context. The perpetual urge for performance and precision, along with the unique transfer of technology from sports car construction to the watch industry, has always been and remains an obligation and motivation to be forward thinking, thus developing watches ahead of their time.

The famous compass watch, which combined two precise measuring instruments for orientation in time and space, is one example. The first chronograph made entirely of titanium, which debuted in 1980, is another.

Prof. F. A. Porsche revolutionized traditional watchmaking through his use of titanium, a corrosion-free, lightweight and hypoallergenic metal Porsche had already used in the construction of engines for racing cars. The bold “Ocean” diver’s watch was also made of titanium, as were Porsche Design’s “travel watch” with world-time indication and alarm in 1995, its WorldTimer in 2007 and its Globetimer in 2015.

Porsche Design 1919 Globetimer UTC

This watch’s designers and engineers took a long, intensive look at exactly what globetrotters need in their daily lives, and united all the necessary features, creating an uncompromising, timeless synthesis.

Practicality is the top priority for long-distance travelers. Porsche Design’s 1919 Globetimer UTC makes it very easy for frequent travelers not to lose a moment of precious time. The local time can be conveniently set with the aid of the ergonomically shaped, optimally positioned pusher. Each press of this button causes the short, local-time hour hand to advance clockwise one position.

Porsche Design 1919 Globetimer UTC

When flying east, each press of the “+” button advances the second time zone by an interval of one hour. When flying west, pressing the “–” button causes the UTC hands to move in the opposite direction. All the while, the UTC hands automatically move, remaining in synchrony.

To assure this occurs at midnight and not at noon, the time needs to be set correctly just once. A circular window on the left-hand side of the dial facilitates this task: a white dot appears here during the daytime hours, but the aperture remains black at night. Porsche Design has also taken into account the reference time, for which a second and clearly distinguishable hour hand with a distinctive luminous tip is responsible.

Porsche Design 1919 Globetimer UTC

The pushers, each with a precisely defined pressure point, dispatch the switching operations with speed and precision, designed and built with the chronographic competence amassed by Porsche since 1972.

The well-conceived push-button control ensures intuitive operation, even while seated behind the wheel of a car. There is no need to unscrew the crown or sense its first detent position for independent adjustment of the local-time hour hand, thus eliminating a potential source of human error.

This is another example of the great importance Porsche Design places on safe and secure operation. This also applies to the option of operating the watch underwater: the waterproof case reliably withstands pressure up to ten bar.

Porsche Design 1919 Globetimer UTC

Perfect legibility is another important feature. To intuitively display the time from any viewing angle, the dial’s radius has been made as large as possible, while the titanium case was designed to be uncommonly slim. Well-balanced styling imbues this watch with a unique lightness, further enhanced by the handsomely shaped wristband.

Color contrasts, distinctive hands, indices and numerals combine with the generous use of nonradioactive Super-LumiNova luminous material to minimize the chance of misreading, even in conditions characterized by poor visibility. In addition, a seven fold anti-reflective coating and an extra hard-coated treatment protect the sapphire crystal.

Porsche Design 1919 Globetimer UTC watch case back

Inside the tripartite 42-mm case beats Porsche Design’s new Caliber Werk 04.110, based on the Sellita Caliber SW 200. The movement builds up a 38-hour power reserve with its balance paced at four hertz. The front of the caliber is equipped with a time-zone mechanism specially developed for Porsche Design. Such a time-zone mechanism, utilizing an ingenious push-button mechanism, was so far not available on the market.

In 2014, the company accordingly decided to develop the necessary movement itself. The concept was followed by drafting precise technical specifications for an exclusive module, duly engineered by Porsche Design and manufactured by Dubois-Dépraz. Before starting serial production, the mechanisms underwent several long-term tests in compliance with the strict criteria of Chronofiable SA.

The impact test’s candidates receive a blow equivalent to nearly 5,000 times their own weight, while each pushpiece must withstand at least 10,000 switching cycles – far more than the watch will ever endure, even under extreme use.

Before it is concealed in its case, each movement must also prove its timekeeping accuracy for fifteen consecutive days at the Official Swiss Chronometer Testing Institute (COSC). The caliber must not lose more than four, nor gain more than six seconds per day, throughout the fifteen-day ordeal. During this time, the movement undergoes testing in five different positions and at three different temperatures.

The 1919 Globetimer UTC is part of the exclusive 1919 watch collection and is available as of September 2019, in four model variants, starting at a price of 5,950 Euros (RRP).

Technical details

Model: Porsche Design 1919 Globetimer UTC

Movement
Porsche Design Caliber WERK 04.110, UTC Function, 24H and date display through central hand,
COSC certified
Rotor: Porsche Design Icon Rotor
Diameter: 28,50 mm
Height: 6,94 mm
Power reserve: 38 hours
Vibrations: 28.800 per hour [ 4 Hz ]
Jewels: 26

Versions available

Model: Porsche Design 1919 Globetimer UTC All Titanium & Blue

Porsche Design 1919 Globetimer UTC All Titanium & Blue

Case
Material: Titanium
Finishing: Glass bead-blasted and polished
Diameter: 42,00 mm
Height: 14,90 mm
Crown: Screw-down
Glass: Sapphire crystal with hard coating, convex, scratchproof, with sevenfold anti glare property
Case back: Screw-down
Water-resistant: Dynamically water-resistant up to 10 bar

Dial
Blue, minute, hour, central second, date scale on the inner ring, 24-hour scale on the rehaut (second timezone), day and night display at 9 `o clock.

Bracelet/ Strap
Titanium Bracelet
Titanium folding clasp with fine adjustment

Price
CHF 6,450

Model: Porsche Design 1919 Globetimer UTC Gold Edition

Porsche Design 1919 Globetimer UTC Gold Edition

Case
Material: 18k gold alloy 4N
Finishing: Glass bead-blasted and polished
Diameter: 42,00 mm
Height: 14,90 mm
Crown: Screw-down
Glass: Sapphire crystal with hard coating, scratch-proof, with sevenfold anti-glare property
Case back: Screw-down
Water-resistant: Dynamically water-resistant up to 10 bar

Dial
Black, second timezone, minute, hour, central second, date scale on the inner ring, 24 hour scale on the inner scale (second timezone), day and night display at 9 `o clock.

Bracelet/ Strap
Genuine Porsche Car leather, black, tonal stitching
Folding clasp with pusher made of Titanium PVD coated, cover and tongue in 18k gold alloy 4N

Price
CHF 29,500

Model: Porsche Design 1919 Globetimer UTC Titanium & Black

Porsche Design 1919 Globetimer UTC Titanium & Black

Case
Material: Titanium
Finishing: Glass bead-blasted and polished
Diameter: 42,00 mm
Height: 14,90 mm
Crown: Screw-down
Glass: Sapphire crystal with hard coating, scratch-proof, with sevenfold anti-glare property
Case back: Screw-down
Water-resistant: Dynamically water-resistant up to 10 bar

Dial
Black, minute, hour, central second, date scale on the inner ring, 24-hour scale on the rehaut, second timezone, day and night display at 9 `o clock

Bracelet/ Strap
Genuine Porsche car leather, black, tonal stitching
Titanium folding clasp with pusher

Price
CHF 5,950

Model: Porsche Design 1919 Globetimer UTC Titanium & Brown

Porsche Design 1919 Globetimer UTC Titanium & Brown

Case
Material: Titanium
Finishing: Glass bead-blasted and polished
Diameter: 42,00 mm
Height: 14,90 mm
Crown: Screw-down
Glass: Sapphire crystal with hard coating, scratch-proof, with sevenfold anti-glare property
Case back: Screw-down
Water-resistant: Dynamically water-resistant up to 10 bar

Dial
Brown, minute, hour, central second, date scale on the inner ring, 24-hour scale on the rehaut (second timezone), day and night display at 9 `o clock.

Bracelet/ Strap
Genuine Porsche car leather, brown, tonal stitching
Folding clasp with pusher

Price
CHF 5,950

Porsche Design 1919 Chronotimer Flyback Black & Leather

Porsche Design expands its series of 1919 Collection timepieces with the introduction of the 1919 Chronotimer Flyback Black & Leather. Paying meticulous attention to detail, intelligent design meets maximum functionality, putting the Porsche philosophy directly on the wrist.

Tested and certified by the official Swiss Chronometer Testing Institute (COSC), the innovative 1919 Chronotimer Flyback Black & Leather – in addition to its technical features – stands out and competes through use of its sophisticated silhouette and subtle design cues.

Porsche Design 1919 Chronotimer Flyback Black & Leather

Like the legendary sports car, the timepiece provokes with its minimalist design, uncompromising functionality, and outstanding performance. The Porsche 911 has been the benchmark for sports cars since 1963 – synonymous with racing, victory, emotion, and innovation. It was also the inspiration for the company founded by Professor Ferdinand Alexander Porsche.

Porsche Design 1919 Chronotimer Flyback Black & Leather

In 1972, Porsche Design introduced the Chronograph I, a classic that shaped the entire world of watches: the first matte black chronograph, mirroring the 911’s speedometer and tachometer.

The new 1919 Chronotimer Flyback Black & Leather is a continuation of this uncompromising design with a clear focus on functionality: an all-black understated interpretation of the classic designed by F. A. Porsche. The sleek design of the generously proportioned dial focuses on the essentials, while the dark contrast guarantees excellent legibility.

The legendary sports car and the exclusive timepiece also share the same genesis in featherweight construction: this is optimized engineering for the wrist. Every 1919 Collection model – including the 1919 Chronotimer Flyback Black & Leather – is made entirely of titanium. The chronograph’s strap is made of high-quality cowhide leather, just like the seats of a Porsche, utilizing the same attention to detail as in the sports cars.

Porsche Design 1919 Chronotimer Flyback Black & Leather

The innovative watch, powered by the Porsche Design Werk 01.200 caliber, – equipped with a state-of-the-art flyback complication – can quickly measure successive intervals, such as lap times on the racetrack.

The 4-hertz automatic movement is the result of cutting-edge production methods combining in-house engineering and watchmaking expertise with vehicle manufacturing proficiency.

The movement’s exposed automatic bridge provides an unobstructed view of the flyback mechanism and the automatic gears, thereby systematically implementing Porsche’s approach to lightweight engineering.

The energy-optimized Porsche Design rotor, visible through the sapphire crystal back, is PVD-coated and carries a tungsten weight. Thanks to its heft, the material helps provide the energy necessary for maximum winding power.

The 1919 Chronotimer Flyback Black & Leather will be available as of September 2019 for 5,950 Euros (RRP).

Technical details

Model: Porsche Design 1919 Chronotimer Flyback Black & Leather

Case
Material: Titanium
Finishing: Glass bead-blasted and polished
Diameter: 42,00 mm
Height: 14,90 mm
Crown: Screw-down
Glass: Sapphire crystal with hard-coating, convex, scratchproof, with sevenfold anti glare properties on both sides
Case back: Screw-down with clear sapphire crystal
Water-resistant: Up to 10 bar

Dial
Black with white accents, minute, hour, mechanical function display at 9 o’clock, chronograph second hand, 30-minute counter at 12 o’clock, 12-hour counter at 6 o’clock, date window at 4 o’clock

Movement
Caliber Porsche Design caliber WERK 01.200, chronograph with flyback function,
COSC-certified
Rotor Porsche Design Icon Rotor, black
Diameter 30,00 mm
Height 7,90 mm
Power reserve 48 hours
Vibrations 28.800 per hour [ 4 Hz ]
Jewels 25

Bracelet/ Strap
Genuine Porsche car leather, black, stitching tonal
Clasp: Titanium folding clasp with pusher

Price
CHF 5,950/ GBP 5,950/US$ 5,100

Porsche Design Chronotimer GP Ice Race Special Edition

Porsche Design has launched a special edition timepiece from the iconic Chronotimer collection, as the official timing partner for the 2019 GP Ice Race event that took place from 19 to 20 January in Zell am See, Austria.

The Chronotimer GP Ice Race Special Edition was designed exclusively for the historic ice race, being revived after nearly 45 years. The legendary multi-class event offers amateur and professional riders, teams, and manufacturers the opportunity to compete under the toughest conditions for two days on the frozen race track. The event also includes the traditional skijoring and performances by famous race drivers.

Porsche Design Chronotimer GP Ice Race Special Edition

As the official timing partner, Porsche Design dedicates a functional, beautifully designed chronograph to the GP Ice Race, highlighting sporty characteristics through sophisticated details, such as ice-blue and polar-white details on the dial, along with a high-quality, perforated leather strap made from original Porsche interior leather.

Since the foundation of Porsche Design in 1972, the company has been rooted in Zell am See. The Chronograph I, the first watch designed by Professor Ferdinand Alexander Porsche and his team in 1972, was a world first.

Inspired by a decade-long experience in motorsport, it was the first all-black wristwatch ever made. To guarantee intuitive legibility from every angle at any time, the dashboard instruments of Porsche sports cars are matte black, having little to no reflection. The same principle was successfully transferred to this timepiece.

The next milestone followed in 1980 when the exclusive lifestyle brand incorporated Porsche’s lightweight construction principle to the world of watches with a timepiece made entirely of titanium. In addition to being hypoallergenic, it offered unparalleled lightness and durability.

Porsche Design Chronotimer GP Ice Race Special Edition

The Chronotimer Collection’s style refers to the Chronograph I and highlights the brand’s roots in motorsport. As the latest addition, the Chronotimer GP Ice Race Special Edition embodies the spirit of Porsche and pays tribute to the first Porsche Design Chronograph from 1972.

Like all Porsche Design timepieces, the 42-mm case is made of lightweight, resilient titanium. The characteristic black titanium carbide coating accentuates the expressive sporty design. The matte black dial, focused on perfect legibility, has a deeply dynamic look.

The GP Ice Race logo pays tribute to the rebirth of the legendary race, and the ice-blue and polar-white accents refer to the difficult conditions on the icy race track.

Porsche Design Chronotimer GP Ice Race Special Edition

Behind the case back’s blackened sapphire crystal, classic Swiss watchmaking puts the pedal to the metal: the automatic calibre ETA Valjoux 7750, which powered the Chronograph I. This version is equipped with the personalized Porsche Design Icon rotor.

The inscription “GP ICE RACE” on the case back also highlights the exclusivity of the timepiece. The watch’s harmonious color composition also includes the strap. Made of original, high-quality Porsche interior leather and distinguished by white contrast stitching, it perfectly complements the balanced design.

The Special Edition effortlessly supplements the exclusive Chronotimer Collection, which currently consists of 13 different model versions, and sets standards in the field of functional, luxury sports watches.

Technical details

Model: Porsche Design Chronotimer GP Ice Race Special Edition

Case
Material: Titanium
Finishing: Black titanium carbide coating I glass bead-blasted
Diameter: 42,00 mm
Height: 14,62 mm
Crown: Screw-down
Glass: Sapphire crystal, convex, scratch-proof, with sevenfold anti-glare properties on both sides
Case back: Screw-down with tinted sapphire crystal
Water-resistant: Up to 5 bar

Dial
Black, minute, hour, small second at 9 o’clock, chronograph second hand, 30-minute counter at 12 o’clock, 12-hour counter at 6 o’clock, date window at 4 o’clock, tachymeter scale on the bezel

Movement
Swiss chronograph caliber ETA Valjoux 7750
Rotor: Porsche Design Icon Rotor
Diameter: 30,00 mm
Height: 7,90 mm
Power reserve: 48 hours
Vibrations: 28.800 per hour [ 4 Hz ]
Jewels: 25

Strap
Genuine Porsche car leather, black, white stitching, interchangeable strap system
Folding clasp with pusher, black titanium carbide coating, glass bead-blasted

Retail price
€ 4.952,-

Packaging
Limited Edition Box
Mini booklet on USB-Stick and metal badge

Porsche Design 911 Chronograph Timeless Machine Limited Edition

This new Porsche Design Chronograph watch pays tribute to the iconic Porsche 911 sports car. Presently in its eighth generation, this renowned sports car still thrills car enthusiasts nearly half a century later.

Since 1963, the 911 – synonymous with victory, emotion, and innovation – has been the global benchmark for sports cars and an inspiration for Porsche Design, the company founded by Professor Ferdinand Alexander Porsche.

With the Chronograph I, the first-ever all black timepiece Porsche Design introduced a style-defining classic that revolutionized the industry with its 1972 debut. The monochrome design was inspired by race cars, which eliminated reflections to ensure maximum legibility at all times, thanks to their matte black surroundings.

The minimalist style and understated look of the Porsche 911 perfectly reflected the design philosophy of F. A. Porsche. Now, with a special edition limited to 911 pieces, Porsche Design pays tribute to this motorsports icon.

Porsche Design 911 Chronograph Timeless Machine Limited Edition

At first glance, with an expressive design language distinguished by bold lines and reduced to the essence of necessity, the new watch instantly establishes its visual connection with the new Porsche 911.

The unmistakable design of this automotive idol, perfectly evolving and adapting to every generation, is also expressed through the refined design and shape of the Porsche Design 911 Chronograph Timeless Machine Limited Edition. Paying special attention to detail, the timepiece effortlessly revisits the spirit of the style-defining sports car.

To achieve the expansive, intuitively legible dial, an extremely narrow and low-profile bezel was applied. Adorned with the silhouette of the Porsche 911, it features a function sub dial displaying the words “Timeless Machine,” as well as bright red stop function and central seconds hands.

Similar to the dashboard of the car, it employs white hands and indices contrasted against a black background, in addition to chronograph counters designed to resemble a speedometer.

The lightweight principle borrowed from Porsche’s engine construction is implemented by using a hypoallergenic titanium case, which is just as durable as it is light – standard for all Porsche Design watches.

The distinctive cut-out lugs and smooth transition to the strap underscore the overall minimalist approach and visual lightness characteristic of all Porsche Design 1919 Collection wristwatches. The strap is created with the same leather and yarn used in the sports car interiors, immediately creating a tangible link to the rich Porsche heritage.

Porsche Design 911 Chronograph Timeless Machine Limited Edition

The ETA Valjoux 7750 movement, which visible through the sapphire case back, is customized with the recognizable Porsche Design Icon Rotor.

The Porsche Design 911 Chronograph Timeless Machine Limited Edition is the newest addition to the exclusive 1919 watch collection, currently comprised of 13 models.

Delivered in a special edition box with limitation badge, the watch is available as of April 2019 for 4,911 EUR (RRP) in Porsche Design Stores, Porsche Centres, specialty dealers, and online.

Technical details

Model: Porsche Design 911 Chronograph Timeless Machine Limited Edition

Case
Material: Titanium
Finishing: Glass bead blasted
Diameter: 42,00 mm
Height: 14,90 mm
Crown: Screw-down
Glass: Sapphire crystal with hard coating, convex, scratch-proof, with sevenfold anti glare properties on both sides
Case back: Screw-down with tinted sapphire crystal
Water-resistant: Up to 10 bar

Dial
Black with white and grey accents, minute, hour, mechanical function display at 9 o’clock, chronograph second hand, 30-minute counter at 12 o’clock, 12-hour counter at 6 o’clock, date window at 4 o’clock

Bracelet/ Strap
Genuine Porsche car leather, black, tonal stitching
Clasp: Titanium folding clasp

Movement
Caliber: Swiss chronograph ETA Valjoux 7750
Rotor: Porsche Design Icon Rotor
Diameter: 30,00 mm
Height: 7,90 mm
Power reserve: 48 hours
Vibrations: 28.800 per hour [ 4 Hz ]
Jewels: 25

Limitation
911 pieces

Misc
Limited Edition Box
Mini booklet and metal badge

Porsche Design Chronotimer Flyback Special Edition

Porsche Design welcomes this year the new Chronotimer Flyback Special Edition watch driven by the brand’s first automatic calibre, Werk 01.200, a specially developed mechanical-flyback-chronograph movement.

Characterized by the technically sophisticated flyback function, it possesses an excellent precision rate, recognized with a COSC certificate for accuracy.

Porsche Design Chronotimer Flyback Special Edition

This new edition effortlessly reflects the essence of the style-forming Porsche Heritage. The 42-mm diameter timepiece, water-resistant to five bars, features an innovative titanium case with black titanium carbide-coating.

A further tribute to motorsport and lightweight construction, the watch utilizes a matte-black carbon dial reminiscent of Porsche instrument gauges. The stop-second hand and the rings around the chronograph push pieces are designed using red to distinguish the stop-function from the regular time indication, in order to increase the overall functionality.

Porsche Design Chronotimer Flyback Special Edition

The leather strap is made of the same high quality leather and identical red stitching used in the interiors of select Porsche sports cars. Also new is the innovative strap system, which allows for quick replacement of the leather strap, and a new titanium butterfly-deployment-clasp with safety push buttons.

Porsche Design Chronotimer Flyback Special Edition

The Chronotimer Flyback Special Edition is powered by the Porsche Design calibre Werk 01.200, introduced in the 2017 Chronotimer 911 Turbo S Exclusive Series. The chronograph calibre features a flyback mechanism, which permits the measurement of successive intervals, such as lap times on the racetrack.

Porsche Design Chronotimer Flyback Special Edition

In accordance with Porsche’s lightweight construction philosophy, the movement’s barrel bridge is load-optimized and open-worked to reduce as much weight as possible, while highlighting the flyback function and gear train.

The same applies to the energy-optimized Porsche Design Icon rotor. Visible through the case back’s sapphire crystal, the rotor is PVD-coated and equipped with an innovative weight crafted from tungsten.

The Chronotimer Flyback Special Edition is available as of June 2018 for $6,700 (RRP).

Technical details

Model: Porsche Design Chronotimer Flyback Special Edition

Case
Material: Titanium
Finishing: Black titanium carbide coating I glass bead-blasted
Diameter: 42.00 mm
Height: 14.62 mm
Crown: Screw-down
Glass: Sapphire crystal convex, scratch-proof, with sevenfold anti-glare properties on both sides
Case back: Screw-down with clear sapphire crystal
Water-resistant: Up to 5 bar (50 meters)

Dial
Carbon with white indices, minute, hour, mechanical function display at 9 o’clock, chronograph second hand, 30-minute counter at 12 o’clock, 12-hour counter at 6 o’clock, date window at 4 o’clock, tachymeter scale

Movement
Caliber Porsche Design caliber WERK 01.200, chronograph with flyback function, COSC-certified
Rotor: Porsche Design Icon rotor, black
Diameter: 30.00 mm
Height: 7.90 mm
Power reserve: 48 hours
Vibrations: 28,800 per hour [4 Hz ]
Jewels: 25

Strap
Black vehicle leather (calfskin), red seams, interchangeable strap system
Titanium folding clasp with pusher, black titanium carbide coating, glass bead-blasted

Recommended retail price
€ 6,250/ CHF 6,250/GBP 4,700/US$ 6,700

Porsche Design 1919 Datetimer 70Y Sports Car Limited Edition – A Tribute to Porsche’s 70th Anniversary

Porsche Design celebrates the 70th Anniversary of the Porsche sports car brand pays tribute to this important anniversary by introducing the 1919 Datetimer 70Y Sports Car Limited Edition, a special edition limited to 1948 timepieces.

Porsche Design 1919 Datetimer 70Y Sports Car Limited Edition - A Tribute to Porsche’s 70th Anniversary

Looking back to 1948, when the Porsche 356 – the predecessor of the Porsche 911 –debuted, the timepiece combines design elements and special characteristics of the vintage car’s dashboard and reinterprets them for the wrist. The 42mm titanium case is water-resistant to 10 bar.

Porsche Design 1919 Datetimer 70Y Sports Car Limited Edition - A Tribute to Porsche’s 70th Anniversary

Housing a high-quality, automatic Swiss movement with a 38-hour power reserve, it is equipped with the brand’s characteristic Porsche Design Icon Rotor.  The caseback is finished with a special “70 years” logo engraving, as yet another tribute to the Porsche anniversary.

The titanium carbide coating yields a subtle, matte-black shine. Adding an elegant touch to the sporty look, it maintains focus on the essentials of the watch: the black dial.

Porsche Design 1919 Datetimer 70Y Sports Car Limited Edition - A Tribute to Porsche’s 70th Anniversary

Decorated with the silhouette of the Porsche 356 and the year 1948, the watch boasts a clear and functional design. The dial includes the characteristic tachometer rings used in the dashboard of the legendary Porsche 356.

In order to guarantee maximum contrast and readability, the hands are executed in white, and the three-dimensional ceramic numbers and indices are precisely inserted into the dial’s perfectly shaped, milled recesses. Even at night, they offer extreme brightness. The date window at “3 o’clock” ensures an easy-to-read display, without visually disturbing the dial’s minimal design.

Porsche Design 1919 Datetimer 70Y Sports Car Limited Edition - A Tribute to Porsche’s 70th Anniversary

And just like the seats of Porsche sports cars, the bracelet of the anniversary watch is made of the highest quality leather.

The 1919 Datetimer 70Y Sports Car Limited Edition complements the exclusive 1919 Collection, which is inspired by the puristic clarity and functional aesthetics of the Porsche 911. The collection is currently available in 13 versions. The limited edition timepiece delivers in a custom box with a special limitation badge.

The watch is available as of June 2018 and retails for EUR 2,948 (RRP).

Technical details

Model: Porsche Design 1919 Datetimer 70Y Sports Car Limited Edition

Case
Material: Titanium
Finishing: Black carbide coating, glassbead-blasted
Diameter: 42.00 mm
Height: 11.92 mm
Crown: Screw-down
Glass: Sapphire crystal, convex, scratch-proof, with sevenfold anti-glare properties on both sides
Case back: Screw-down
Water-resistant: Up to 10 bar (100 meters)

Dial
Black, minute, hours, minute, hour, central second, date window at 3’clock

Movement
Caliber Swiss Sellita SW 200-1 Caliber
Rotor: Porsche Design Icon Rotor
Diameter: 25.60 mm
Height: 4.60 mm
Power reserve: 38 hours
Vibrations: 28,800 per hour [ 4 Hz ]
Jewels: 26

Strap
Black calfskin, black stitch
Titanium folding clasp

Limitation
Limited edition of 1,948 units

Box
Limited Edition Box
Minibooklet and metal badge

Recommended retail price
€ 2,948/ CHF 2,948/ GBP 2,548/ US$ 3,248

Porsche Design Monobloc Actuator Collection New Models – Monobloc Actuator Chronotimer Flyback Limited Edition and Monobloc Actuator 24H–Chronotimer All Black

As the official timing partner of the Porsche Motorsport GT Team, lifestyle brand Porsche Design presents two new versions of the innovative Monobloc Actuator watch collection.

With the introduction of the Monobloc Actuator Collection in 2017, Porsche Design introduced a highly innovative and entirely new watch concept.

To develop this new technology, the watchmakers at Porsche Design Timepieces AG in Solothurn (Switzerland) collaborated with the designers at Studio F. A. Porsche in Zell am See (Austria) and the engineers at Porsche Development Centre in Weissach (Germany).

Monobloc Actuator Chronotimer Flyback Limited Edition

Limited to 251 watches, this new model draws a direct correlation to the 251 cm wheelbase of the Porsche 911 RSR. This chronograph sports a matte-black carbon dial, inspired by components of the GT Team’s racing car, is reminiscent of its color composition: black, red, grey and white. In addition, the function display at “9 o’clock” reflects the characteristic red and white curb design.

Porsche Design Monobloc Actuator Chronotimer Flyback Limited Edition

The line offers a revolutionary new approach to the operation of a chronograph. The engine of the Porsche 911 RSR racecar, a prime example of performance on the racetrack, inspired this innovative mechanism.

Instead of using two standard push-pieces on the side of the case to trigger the stopwatch functions, like a conventional chronograph, the Monobloc Actuator’s chronograph functions are set into motion by a single pressure-operated rocker switch, which is integrated into the case.

Similar to the mechanisms used in the high-performance engine of the Porsche 911 RSR, adapted processes provide absolute precision, dependability, and hermetic sealing throughout operation. In fact, the stopwatch function of this chronograph, which is pressure-resistant up to 10 bar, is operational underwater.

Porsche Design Monobloc Actuator Chronotimer Flyback Limited Edition

Werk 01.200, introduced by Porsche Design in 2017, serves as a “high-tech engine” in the 45.5-millimeter titanium case. The chronograph calibre, whose excellent precision rate is certified by a COSC certificate, features a flyback mechanism.

In racing, this complex additional function is crucial, since it allows the measurement of successive intervals, for example, with lap times or pit stops. Ticking at 4 Hz, the automatic movement is the result of the brand’s engineering and horological competence and the transfer of intelligent technologies from racecar development.

Porsche Design Monobloc Actuator Chronotimer Flyback Limited Edition

Manufactured using state-of-the-art production methods, it guarantees reliability and precision with every second. The movement’s open-worked barrel bridge implements Porsche’s lightweight construction philosophy, while also offering a clear view of the flyback function and gear train.

The energy-optimised rotor, visible through the case back’s sapphire crystal, is PVD-coated and equipped with a weight crafted from tungsten. Though difficult to process, tungsten provides the necessary weight required to guarantee powerful winding.

Porsche Design Monobloc Actuator Chronotimer Flyback Limited Edition

Every component of the Porsche 911 RSR racecar – from form to function – stems from an overall sophistication taken by Porsche during design and development. This philosophy is likewise true for the Monobloc Actuator Chronotimer Flyback Limited Edition, for which Porsche Design developed a new rubber strap with Alcantara inlay.

This technical material, also used in the interior of the 911 RSR, provides a secure hold, even with high lateral-acceleration. The stabilizing properties transferred to the strap ensure maximum comfort, thanks to the LaserFlex structure.

The strap is equipped with a titanium safety folding-clasp and offers an attractive option to metal bracelets.

The Monobloc Actuator Chronotimer Flyback Limited Edition retails for $8,500 (RRP).

Monobloc Actuator 24H–Chronotimer All Black

Debuting in an inventive 45.5 millimetre titanium case, pressure-resistant to 10 bar, the black titanium-carbide coating lends a sporty, enduring quality to the Monobloc Actuator 24H–Chronotimer watch . The case surrounds a matte-black dial with a mechanical function display at “9 o’clock”, central chronograph second, thirty-minute counter at “12 o’clock as well as twelve-hour counter at “6 o’clock”.

Porsche Design Monobloc Actuator 24H–Chronotimer All Black

A date window is integrated at “4 o’clock”. The tachymetric scale on the outer rim of the dial enables the wearer to calculate average speed. The 24-hour display is applied onto the bezel.

As the watch’s engine, the Swiss ETA Valjoux 7754 automatic chronograph calibre beats at 4 Hz, amassing a 48-hour power reserve. Its personalized rotor puts the Porsche Design icon in the spotlight, as both can be admired trough a panel of sapphire crystal in the case back.

Porsche Design Monobloc Actuator 24H–Chronotimer All Black

Similar to the case design of the Monobloc Actuator 24H-Chronotimer All Black, the new titanium bracelet with black titanium-carbide coating is the result of a balanced relationship between form and function, with an overall focus on comfort and precision.

Porsche Design Monobloc Actuator 24H–Chronotimer All Black

Robust yet elegant, the newly developed and thoroughly tested titanium bracelet is especially comfortable on the wrist, thanks to the specific characteristics of the material.

The origin of titanium within Porsche Design dates back to 1980, when it was first used for the titanium bracelet of the Titan Chronograph. Maximum safety and comfort are guaranteed, thanks to the new titanium folding-clasp with fine adjustment.

The Monobloc Actuator 24H–Chronotimer All Black retails for $7,250 (RRP).

Technical details

Model: Porsche Design MONOBLOC ACTUATOR Chronotimer Flyback Limited Edition

Case
Material: Titanium
Finishing: Black titanium carbide coating | glass bead-blasted
Diameter: 45.50 mm
Height: 15.60 mm
Crown: Screw-down
Glass: Sapphire crystal with hard coating, scratch-proof, sevenfold anti-glare properties on both sides
Case back: Screw-down with tinted sapphire crystal
Chronograph actuation: Completely case-integrated, multiple-mounted rocker switch
Water-resistant: Dynamically water-resistant up to 10 bar

Dial
Carbon with black indices against a grey background, minute, hour, mechanical function display at 9 o’clock, chronograph second hand, 30-minute counter at 12 o’clock, 12-hour counter at 6 o’clock, date window at 4 o’clock, tachymeter scale

Movement
Caliber Porsche Design Caliber WERK 01.200, chronograph with flyback function, COSC-certified
Rotor: Porsche Design Icon rotor, black
Diameter: 30.00 mm
Height: 7.90 mm
Power reserve: 48 hours
Vibrations: 28,800 per hour [4 Hz]
Jewels: 25

Strap
Rubber with Alcantara ® inlay and LaserFlex profile
Titanium folding clasp, black, glass bead-blasted titanium carbide coating

Limitation
Limited Edition of 251 pieces

Others
Box with Mini booklet and metal badge

Recommended retail price
€ 7,950/ CHF 7,950/ GBP 6,000/ US$ 8,500

Model: Porsche Design MONOBLOC ACTUATOR 24H-Chronotimer All Black

Case
Material: Titanium
Finishing: Black titanium carbide coating | glass bead-blasted
Diameter: 45.50 mm
Height: 15.60 mm
Crown: Screw-down
Glass: Sapphire crystal with hard coating, scratch-proof, sevenfold anti-glare properties on both sides
Additional indication: 24-hour scale
Case back: Screw-down with tinted sapphire crystal
Chronograph actuation: Completely case-integrated, multiple-mounted rocker switch
Water-resistant Dynamically water-resistant up to 10 bar

Dial
Black dial
Indices, minute, hour, mechanical function display at 9 o’clock, chronograph second hand, 30-minute counter at 12 o’clock, 12-hour counter at 6 o’clock, date window at 4 o’clock, tachymeter scale

Movement
Caliber Swiss chronograph caliber ETA Valjoux 7754 with two-zone mechanism
Indication of two-zone-mechanism via centered hand
Porsche Design Icon rotor
Diameter: 30.00 mm
Height: 7.90 mm
Power reserve: 48 hours
Vibrations: 28,800 per hour [4 Hz ]
Jewels: 25

Bracelet
Titanium | black titanium carbide coating | glass bead-blasted
Titanium folding clasp with fine adjustment | titanium and stainless steel | folding clasp

Recommended retail price
€ 6,750/ CHF 6,750/ GBP 5,100/ US$ 7,250

Porsche Design Chronograph 911 GT2 RS

As part of the “Porsche Design for Porsche Projects” collaborations, Porsche Design now offers a custom-made watch along with a sports car for the second time in its history. For this exclusive offer, Porsche Design has developed a high-end chronograph, driven by the brand’s first in-house movement, matching the uniqueness of a corresponding sports car.

The Porsche Design Chronograph 911 GT2 RS, exclusively available for owners of the new 911 GT2 RS, who appreciate performance and exclusivity, thus coming closer to their personal dream of the perfect sports car.

Porsche Design Chronograph 911 GT2 RS

The car and watch can be ordered exclusively at Porsche Centres around the world. Each will be manufactured according to specifications of the client’s individual order -linked by the sports car’s individual VIN number – and delivered together. As a result of this program, Porsche Design extends the unique identity of the vehicle to its driver’s wrist.

The flyback chronograph features Porsche Design’s new in-house movement, Calibre Werk 01.200, which is C.O.S.C. certified. This function allows the chronograph’s second hand to be stopped, returned to zero, and restarted instantly with just one push of a button for the measurement of intermediate and lap times.

The development of Calibre Werk 01.200, with its complex fly-back mechanism, took three years. Like all products from the exclusive lifestyle brand, the automatic movement was designed through placing the highest demands on performance, and ease of use.

Porsche Design Chronograph 911 GT2 RS

As a result of the heat-treated coil spring, the movement delivers additional constant force transmission, among other features, to optimize the rate accuracy during increased load conditions over a longer period of time. Such increased load occurs, for instance, when time is stopped on the race track.

Just like the wheel transfers force from the engine to the road, the movement’s rotor is crucial for generating and transferring the mechanical energy in an automatic movement. Consequently, and with love for detail, the rotor is designed to resemble the wheel rim of the 911 GT2 RS.

The skeletonized rotor, however, presented a particular engineering challenge, due to its reduced surface area and weight. Due to these facts, Porsche Design utilizes tungsten in the rotor production, which is an innovative, yet difficult-to-process material. A Porsche automobile’s typical central locking system with RS logo attaches the rotor to the movement, like its larger counterpart.

Porsche Design Chronograph 911 GT2 RS

Also, Porsche’s Development Center for Motorsport was the catalyst in the design of the barrel bridge. In order to implement Porsche’s lightweight design, the bridges are load/stress optimised. The architecture of the movement is shaped to reveal the fascinating mechanism of the technically-complex flyback function. The Calibre Werk 01.200 has a C.O.S.C. certificate for high-accuracy in all positions.

Thanks to its sporty design, the 42 mm titanium case is an instant eye-catcher. Like the sports car, painted in GT Metallic Silver with black accents, the black titanium-carbide-coating on the chronograph’s bezel and case back emulate the two-tone color scheme of the car. Looking at the dial, should be a constant reminder of the dream of a perfect sports car is, not only worthwhile, but a potential reality at any moment.

Like the stabilizers, the connecting rods, the shifter paddles, and the steering wheel cover, the dial is made of carbon fiber. It is reminiscent of the carbon fiber strips used in the 911 GT2 RS and refined with the original car lacquer.

The time display reflects the instrument cluster and speedometer in the cockpit. A mechanical function display with “911 GT2 RS” logo indicates the smooth running of the movement and replaces the small seconds at the 9 o’clock position. The tachymeter scale, sitting on top of the rehaut, allows the calculation of average speeds, a feature created for the race track.

Porsche Design Chronograph 911 GT2 RS

The Porsche Design Chronograph 911 GT2 RS delivers with two leather straps: one black leather/Alcantara and one red leather/Alcantara. Thanks to the interchangea-ble wristband system, both can be easily exchanged.

Through the use of Alcantara leather, Porsche Design again draws the parallel to the sports car. The titanium fold-ing clasp, extends the lightweight-principle to a reliable fastening system. The sports car and chronograph are inseparably linked to the unique VIN, which is laser engraved into the titanium case back of the timepiece.

From June 30, 2017, the Porsche Design Chronograph 911 GT2 RS is exclusively available at Porsche Centres worldwide to future owners of the 911 GT2 RS sports car, suggested retail price in Germany incl. VAT starting at 9,450.00 Euro.

Technical details

Model: Porsche Design Chronograph 911 GT2 RS

Design Features
Matte black movement with chrome-plated bridges, plates and polished screws
Engraved Porsche Design Icons
Design and lacquer paint of the rotor according to the magnesium wheels of the 911 GT2 RS

Case
Diameter: 42mm
Height: 15,33 mm
Material: Titanium, bezel and case back with black titanium carbide coating
Crown: Screw-down with Clous-de-Paris décor for perfect grip
Glass: Convex sapphire crystal with hard coating, scratch-proof and with seven-fold anti-glare properties on both sides
Case back: Screw-down with sapphire crystal
Water-resistant: Dynamically water-resistant up to 5 bar

Dial
Carbon with original Porsche lacquer paint in GT Silver Metallic
Hands: Black hands with white SuperLuminova coating for maximum readability, yellow chronograph hands

Movement
Porsche Design Caliber Werk 01.200
Self-winding chronograph calibre with energy-optimized Porsche Design rotor resembling the magnesium wheels of the 911 GT2 RS Weissach Package
Height: 8,50 mm
Diameter: 13 ¼ ”’ [30,00 mm]
Power Reserve: 48 hours
Jewels: 25
Frequency: 28,800 per hour [4 Hz]
Regulator system ETACHRON and regulator corrector
Balance: Glucydur
Shock protection: Incabloc
Mainspring: Nivaflex
Bridges: load/stress optimised barrel bridge according to Porsche’s lightweight principle
Winding: energy-optimised rotor
Chronometer-certified (COSC)

Functions
Hour, minute, small seconds with mechanical function display at 9 o’clock
Flyback chronograph:
– 30-minute counter at 12 o’clock
– 12-hour counter at 6 o’clock
– Central chronograph second hand
Day of the week display at 4 o’clock with fast correction

Strap
Black leather strap with black Alcantara [sizes M and L], interchangeable wrist-band system and titanium folding clasp with pushers
Red leather strap with red Alcantara [sizes M and L], interchangeable wristband system and titanium folding clasp with pushers

Porsche Design Chronograph 911 Turbo S Exclusive Series

Thanks to the “Porsche for Porsche Design” concept, Porsche enthusiasts can own a personalized, custom-made wristwatch inspired by the design of their unique sports car.

The Porsche Design Chronograph 911 Turbo S Exclusive Series combines the classic attributes of Porsche Design timepieces with the characteristics of the 911 Turbo S Exclusive Series, extending the unique identity of the vehicle to its driver’s wrist.

Porsche 911 Turbo S Exclusive Series

Both the sports car and the chronograph will be manufactured as limited editions of 500 each, according to the individual order, and delivered simultaneously.

Porsche Design Chronograph 911 Turbo S Exclusive Series

Inspired by the sporty performance of Porsche’s new masterpiece, Porsche Design has developed its first mechanical in-house movement for the Chronograph 911 Turbo S Exclusive Series. The development of the calibre Werk 01.200 took three years.

It features a complex flyback mechanism, allowing the elapsed seconds hand to be stopped, returned to zero, and restarted instantly with a single push of a but-ton, such as when clocking lap times during a race.

Porsche Design Chronograph 911 Turbo S Exclusive SeriesThe 4Hz-automatic movement results from state-of-the-art production methods. It combines the brand’s distinct concentrated competence in engineering and watchmaking with the expertise in vehicle construction.

The cut out of the movement’s barrel bridge not only exhibits the flyback function and the gear trains but, also, implements Porsche’s lightweight design in a consequent fashion. As is representative of Porsche Design, the movement is black.

Porsche-911-Turbo-S-Exclusive-Series-10

Its energy-optimized rotor, visible through the sapphire case back, features a design inspired by an alloy wheel and is partially crafted from tungsten. This innovative material is extremely difficult to process but provides the necessary weight to guarantee a highly powerful wind, despite the delicate design.

The rotor, attached by a Porsche central locking with Porsche coat of arms, is similar to the wheel rims with accents of gold or done completely in black. In addition to being Porsche Design’s first in-house movement, Werk 01.200 also bears a certificate of the Swiss C.O.S.C. institution, verifying the accuracy of its performance.

Porsche Design Chronograph 911 Turbo S Exclusive Series movement

The lightweight titanium case is finished with a characteristic black carbide coating. Its sportive carbon dial skilfully incorporates the recognizable carbon fiber strips of the 911 Turbo S Exclusive Series and is finished with the original lacquer car paint.

At 9 o’clock, a small dial with the lettering “911 Turbo S Exclusive Series” indicates the movement. The strap is fabricated from the same high-quality leather and yarn used in the seats of the car, as is the iconic perforation.

Porsche Design Chronograph 911 Turbo S Exclusive Series

0 to 200 km/h in 9.6 seconds. Engine power of 446 kW (607 HP). Maximum speed at 330 km/h. The bi-turbo 6-cylinder Boxer engine with 3.8 litres displacement of the 911 Turbo S Exclusive Series has 19 kW (27 HP) more power output than = the standard 911 Turbo S. The increased power is due to the Exclusive Powerkit, offered exclusively in the 911 Turbo S Exclusive Series.

Just like the models of the 911 Turbo S Exclusive Series, the timepieces are designed according to the individual wishes of their future owners. The goal: transform a special piece into an extraordinary one, like the 911 Turbo S Exclusive Series.

Porsche Design Chronograph 911 Turbo S Exclusive Series

The carbon dial is offered in six brilliant hues: Golden Yellow Metallic, Carrara White Metallic, Agate Grey Metallic, Black, Guards Red, and Graphite Blue Metallic.

Matching seams are available in the same colors. The timepiece is delivered with a titanium bracelet and two leather straps featuring titanium deployment buckles. A Porsche Design tool for length adjustment is also included.

Porsche Design Chronograph 911 Turbo S Exclusive Series

From 08 June 2017, the Porsche Design Chronograph 911 Turbo S Exclusive Series are exclusively available at Porsche Centres worldwide to the owners of the 911 Turbo S Exclusive Series sports car at a suggested starting retail price of $12,650.

Technical details

Model: Porsche Design Chronograph 911 Turbo S Exclusive Series

Case
Diameter: 42mm
Height: 15,33mm
Material: Titanium case with black titanium carbide coating
Crown: Screw-down
Glass: Convex sapphire crystal with hard coating, scratchproof and with sevenfold anti-glare property on both sides
Bezel: Tachymeter scale
Case back: Screw-down with sapphire crystal
Water-resistant: Dynamically water-resistant up to 5 bar

Dial
Carbon with Porsche lacquer paint in Golden Yellow Metallic, Carrara White Metallic, Agate Grey Metallic, Black, Guards Red, and Graphite Blue Metallic
Minute, hour, mechanical function display at 9 o’clock, chronograph second hand, 30-minute counter at 12 o’clock, 12-hour counter at 6 o’clock, date window at 4 o’clock

Hands
Black hands with white SuperLuminova coating for maximum readability

Movement
Porsche Design calibre Werk 01.200
Height of the movement: 8,50mm
Diameter: 13 ¼ ”’ [30,00mm]
Power reserve: 48 hours
Jewels: 25
Frequency: 28,800 per hour [4 Hz]
Regulator system ETACHRON and regulator corrector
Balance: Glucydur
Shock protection: Incabloc
Mainspring: Nivaflex
Bridges: load/stress optimised barrel bridge according to Porsche’s lightweight principle
Winding: energy-optimised rotor
Chronometer-certified (C.O.S.C.)

Functions
Minute, hour, mechanical function display at 9 o’clock
30-minute counter at 12 o’clock
12-hour counter at 6 o’clock
Chronograph second hand
Date window at 4 o’clock with fast correction

Design Features
Matte-black movement with chrome-plated bridges, plates and polished screws
Engraved Porsche Design Icons
Design and finish of the rotor according to the original wheel rim of the 911 Turbo
S Exclusive Series, central locking with Porsche coat of arms

Strap
Screw-down titanium strap with black titanium carbide coating and interchangeable wristband system, titanium folding-clasp with fine adjustment
Black perforated calf-leather strap with interchangeable wristband system [sizes
M and L], seams in gold, white, grey, black, red and blue, titanium folding clasp with pushers
Porsche Design tool to shorten the bracelet

Porsche Design MONOBLOC ACTUATOR Collection

With the new MONOBLOC ACTUATOR Collection, Porsche Design sets new standards in the art and science of time measurement.

The watchmakers at Porsche Design Timepieces AG in Solothurn, Switzerland collaborated with the designers at Studio F. A. Porsche in Zell am See, Austria and the engineers at Porsche Development Centre in Weissach, Germany to develop this line. The result is a revolutionary new approach to the operation of a chronograph.

The role model for this innovative mechanism is the racing engine of the new Porsche 911 RSR: a paradigmatic ex-ample of precision and performance on the highest level.

Porsche Design MONOBLOC ACTUATOR watch

The timepieces comprising the MONOBLOC ACTUATOR line achieve the unprecedented feat of literally engineering the chronograph’s buttons seamlessly into the case of the watch. A multiply borne rocker switch alternately sets into motion and halts the chronograph mechanism of automatic Calibre ETA Valjoux 7754.

Like the valves in the racing engine of the 911 RSR, this mechanism provides absolute precision, dependability, and continual, reliable protection against moisture penetration throughout operation. This means the stopwatch function of this chronograph, which is pressure-resistant to ten bar, is operational underwater.

Porsche Design MONOBLOC ACTUATOR Collection

The MONOBLOC ACTUATOR GMT-Chronotimer model versions offer the ideal companions at 24-hour races, or simply jetting across multiple time zones. Each version comes in a 45.5 millimetre titanium case, the staple material for the brand since its innovation in 1980.

The watches, available with a matte black or a deep blue sunburst-dial, come on a rubber strap, or an all-titanium bracelet, which utilizes a folding clasp with integrated fine-adjustment-mechanism to ensure a perfect fit.

Porsche Design MONOBLOC ACTUATOR

The MONOBLOC ACTUATOR 24H-Chronotimer features an innovative black titanium-carbide coating over its titanium case, a matte black dial, and a checkered-flag-design function indicator at “9 o’clock” — especially useful due to its optimal readability. This model is exclusively available on a rubber strap with deployment buckle.

The new MONOBLOC ACTUATOR Collection will be available in Porsche Design stores and select wholesalers starting in May 2017. Prices range from approximately $6,350 to $6,850.

Technical details

Model: Porsche Design MONOBLOC ACTUATOR

Case
Material: Titanium
Finishing: Black titanium carbide coating | glass-bead-blasted
Diameter: 45,50 mm
Height: 15,60 mm
Crown: Screw-down
Glass: Sapphire crystal with hard coating, scratch-proof, sevenfold anti-glare properties on both sides
Additional indication: 24-hour scale
Case back: Screw-down with tinted sapphire crystal
Chronograph actuation: Completely case-integrated, multiple-mounted rocker switch
Water-resistant: Dynamically water-resistant up to 10 bar

Movement
Swiss chronograph caliber ETA Valjoux 7754 with two-zone mechanism [ Indication of two-zone-mechanism via centered hand ]
Rotor: Porsche Design Icon Rotor
Diameter: 30 mm
Height: 7.90 mm
Power reserve: 48 hours
Vibrations: 28,800 per hour [ 4 Hz ]
Jewels: 25

Dial
Black | blue with sunburst effect | matte black with red indices, minute, hour, mechanical function display at 9 o’clock, chronograph second hand, 30-minute counter at 12 o’clock, 12-hour counter at 6 o’clock, date window at 4 o’clock, tachymeter scale

Bracelet/ Strap
Titanium | black rubber with LaserFlex profile
Clasp: Titanium folding clasp with fine adjustment | titanium and stainless steel foldover clasp

Porsche Design 1919 Collection

Porsche Design, the renowned German brand known for its innovative product design, presents an exclusive timepiece collection in Bauhaus style. The “1919 Collection” celebrates the iconic tradition in German architecture and design.

Porsche Design 1919 Collection

After the successful launch of racing inspired “Chronotimer Collection”, the new “1919 Collection” is honoring another important milestone in the brand’s history – the Bauhaus movement in architecture and design, which had a profound influence on the company’s founder, Professor Ferdinand Alexander Porsche.

Porsche Design 1919 Collection

While the “Chronotimer Collection” represents dynamics and sportiness, the new “1919 Collection” perfectly embodies serenity, well-balanced aesthetics, and purist minimalism, which are key elements of the international success and longevity of the Bauhaus style.

The collection will be available at international Porsche Design flagship stores and exclusive fine watch retailers this fall.

Porsche Design 1919 Collection

The “1919 Datetimer Series 1” uniquely applies the functional standard of modern architecture to the design of high-quality timepieces.

The characteristic gaps at the band attachment and the form-locking transition into the strap add particular lightness to the puristic aesthetic. The reduced structure of the dial draws the attention to the essential information, the display of time and date.

Porsche Design 1919 Collection

The “1919 Datetimer Series 1” comes in four individual models of timeless elegance and handcrafted perfection that have been crafted to last.

Porsche Design 1919 Collection

The “1919 Globetimer Series 1” expands the puristic design of the “1919 Collection” with an integrated display for a second time zone. A 24-hour ring was added to the dial, featuring an additional hand indicating the time in a second time zone.

A feature that is especially appealing to international travelers, spending time in multiple time zones. The “1919 Globetimer Series 1” displays the time simultaneously at the destination as well as at home and is available in four models. The case back shows the 24 global time zones.

Like the “Chronotimer Collection”, the timepieces of this new collection were developed by Porsche Design Timepieces AG headquartered in Solothurn [Switzerland], in close collaboration with the Porsche Design Studio in Zell am See [Austria] establishing the path of the future positioning of the Porsche Design Group in this segment.

The first models of the “1919 Collection” will be available worldwide at Porsche Design Stores and select fine watch retailers starting this fall. Depending on the model, pricing ranges from $3,400 to $4,550.

Porsche Design Chronotimer Series 1

With the Chronotimer Series 1, Porsche Design presents a timepiece influenced by legendary watch models. At the same time, the new Chronotimer models are the first complete series of watches developed completely independently by the luxury brand.

The principles of the Series 1 correspond with those laid out by Professor Ferdinand Alexander Porsche for the very first watch he designed in 1972: optimal readability, technical perfection, the highest quality materials and an absolute focus on functionality.

The new Porsche Design Chronotimer Series 1 will be launched in June 2015.

With the black Chronograph I in the early 1970s, Porsche Design anticipated a trend which is now an integral part of the watch industry, and which was revolutionary at the time.

For Porsche Design, however, the matt black design had a purely functional background: the watch was reminiscent of the non-reflective instruments found in racing cars, where everything but the numbers and the hands are matt black.

This prevented unwanted reflections and allowed the driver to easily tell the time. The Chronotimer Series 1 continues this tradition. The result is a puristic and timeless precision instrument without decorative details and flourishes.

Porsche Design Chronotimer Series 1

Besides puristic, timeless design, Porsche Design relies on innovative materials. In 1980, Porsche Design once again revolutionised the world of watches with the Titanium Chronograph – the world’s first titanium timepiece.

This means the watch is extremely resistant, and offers a high degree of wearer comfort due to the light weight of the material, which weighs much less than stainless steel. Extremely light and extremely durable: the messages are as relevant today as they were then and are a tradition from which all models of the Chronotimer Series 1 benefit.

Functionality and aesthetics were equal partners in the mind of Professor Ferdinand Alexander Porsche, with neither taking priority over the other, and this conviction held by the designer set a trend that applies to this day. Nothing is there just for decoration: the impressively defined shapes are derived from the functionality and made from carefully selected, authentic materials that are assembled with highly skilled workmanship.

The Porsche Design Chronotimer Series 1 was developed entirely by Porsche Design Timepieces AG, based in the Solothurn (Switzerland), and was also manufactured in Switzerland. It is based on both the legendary Chronograph I timepiece from 1972 and the Titanium Chronograph from 1980.

The characteristics of the first completely independently designed series of watches are timeless and modern: the band and the case of the Chronotimer are made from glass-bead blasted titanium, which is then painted matt black using a special process. The diameter of the case is 42 millimetres.

Inside the watch ticks a mechanical ETA Valjoux 7750 chronograph mechanism with a power reserve of 48 hours and a date display beside the number “3”. The blackened sapphire crystal case back that shows the inner workings of the exclusive, energy-optimised Porsche Design rotor is a real eye-catcher.

The Chronotimer Series 1 is waterproof up to five bar.

Technical details

Model: Porsche Design Chronotimer Series 1

Movement
Calibre ETA Valjoux 7750, self-winding mechanical chronograph
Porsche Design Icon rotor
48 hour power reserve
28,800 vibrations per hour
25 jewels

Functions
Notification of hours, minutes and seconds
Stopwatch functionality [seconds, minutes and hours]
Date indication

Dial
Matt black glass bead-blasted and galvanic dial
Circular brushed chapter ring
Matt white numerals
Matt white and matt grey indices
Black galvanic and high-polish white luminescent bar indices
Black galvanic and high-polish Porsche Design Icon
Small seconds hand at 9 o’clock
30-minute counter at 12 o’clock and 12-hour counter at 6 o’clock circular brushed with polished edges
Date indicator at 3 o’clock
Black galvanic and high-polish white luminescent hour and minute hands
Matt white small seconds hand
Matt red chronograph second hand
Matt white chronograph hour and minute hands with matt red tips

Case
Glass bead-blasted titanium case with black coating
Diameter 42 mm; height 14.62 mm
Tachymeter scale on the bezel
Screw-down crown
Convex, scratch-resistant and double-coated anti-reflective sapphire crystal
Screwed case back with black-tinted sapphire crystal opening
Water-resistant to 5 bar

Strap
Glass bead-blasted titanium bracelet with black coating
Glass bead blasted double folding deployant clasp with push button release made of titanium  and stainless steel with black coating

Porsche Design – Timepiece No. 1 and Chronograph Titanium Limited Edition

Following more than 40 years of successful collaboration with renowned watchmakers, the luxury brand Porsche Design presents the Timepiece No. 1 and Chronograph Titanium Limited Edition models. These two automatic chronographs mark the beginning of the era Timepieces made by Porsche Design.

The watches, which are the first to be developed completely in-house, are designed on the basis of the same principles used by Professor Ferdinand Alexander Porsche for the very first Porsche Design watch – the legendary Chronograph I: optimal readability, technical perfection, the highest quality materials and an absolute focus on functionality. Each of the new watch models is limited to 500 units.

Porsche Design - Timepiece No. 1 and Chronograph Titanium Limited Edition

With its first watch in 1972, Porsche Design introduced a style-defining classic: It was not a watch in the traditional sense, made from gold or silver. Rather, it was a revolutionary time measurement instrument designed entirely in matt black. The first watches to be developed completely in-house build on this tradition and continue the legacy of the Chronograph I with their non-compromising design.

They are innovative precision tools, optimised in terms of case size and their finely crafted surfaces, as well as in terms of ease of use and wearer comfort. Porsche Design has taken advantage of the technical possibilities offered by the new millennium in implementing these new features, delighting both engineers and lovers of design alike.

Porsche Design Timepiece No. 1
Porsche Design Timepiece No. 1

Functionality and aesthetics were equal partners in the mind of Ferdinand Alexander Porsche, with neither taking priority over the other, and this conviction held by the founder set a trend that applies to this day.

Nothing is there just for decoration: The impressively defined shapes are derived from the functionality and made from carefully selected, authentic materials that are assembled with highly skilled workmanship. The aesthetics of the Timepiece No. 1 and Chronograph Titanium’s dials further reflect this purism.

The hands and bar indices are filled with white luminescent material so that the large dial is as clear as possible at all times. The white lettering also contrasts with the black instrument dial. The date is displayed level with the “3“.

Porsche Design Chronograph Titanium Limited Edition
Porsche Design Chronograph Titanium Limited Edition

The two automatic chronographs have been developed entirely by Porsche Design Timepieces AG, based in Solothurn (Switzerland), and have also been manufactured in Switzerland.

Both timepieces feature cases made from titanium, with a diameter of 42 millimetres. The black case of the Timepiece No. 1 is not painted, but is instead coated using a special procedure to make the matt black finish even more durable.

Porsche Design Chronograph Titanium Limited Edition

With regard to technical features, both models are equipped with a mechanical Valjoux 7750 chronograph mechanism that has a power reserve of 48 hours. The blackened sapphire crystal case back that shows the inner workings of the exclusive, energy-optimised Porsche Design rotor is a real eye-catcher.

The Porsche Design Timepiece No. 1 with black rubber strap and the Chronograph Titanium Limited Edition with black calf leather strap are waterproof down to a depth of 50 metres (5 ATM) and are each limited to just 500 units.

Technical details

Model: Porsche Design Timepiece No. 1

Porsche Design Timepiece No. 1

Movement
Calibre ETA Valjoux 7750
Self-winding mechanical chronograph
COSC certified
Porsche Design Icon rotor
48 hour power reserve
28,800 vibrations per hour
25 jewels

Functions
Notification of hours, minutes and seconds
Stopwatch functionality [seconds, minutes and hours]
Date indication

Dial/Hands
Matt black galvanic dial
Matt white numerals and indices
White luminescent bar indices
Black galvanic, high-polish Porsche Design Icon
Small seconds hand at 9 o’clock
30-minute counter at 12 o’clock
12-hour counter at 6 o’clock
Date indicator at 3 o’clock
Black galvanic and high-polish white luminescent hour and minute hands
Matt white small seconds hand
Matt red chronograph second hand
Matt white chronograph hour and minute hands

Case
Bead-blasted titanium case with black coating
Diameter 42 mm; height 14.62 mm
Tachymeter scale on the bezel
Screw-down crown
Convex, scratch-resistant and double-coated anti-reflective sapphire crystal
Screwed case back with black-tinted sapphire crystal opening
Water-resistant to 50 meters [5 atm]

Strap/Clasp
Matt black rubber strap with special Porsche Design pattern on the inside
Black coated, bead-blasted folding clasp made of titanium and stainless steel

Model: Porsche Design Chronograph Titanium Limited Edition

Porsche Design Chronograph Titanium Limited Edition

Movement
ETA Valjoux 7750 calibre
Automatic chronograph
Officially certified chronometer [COSC]
Porsche Design Icon rotor
48-hour power reserve
28,800 A/h
25 jewels

Functions
Hour, minute, and second display
Stopwatch function [seconds, minutes and hours]
Date display

Dial
Matt black galvanic dial
Matt white numerals and indices
White luminescent bar indices
Black galvanic, high-polish Porsche Design Icon
Small seconds hand at 9 o’clock
30-minute counter at 12 o’clock
12-hour counter at 6 o’clock
Date indicator at 3 o’clock
Black galvanic and high-polish white luminescent hour and minute hands
Matt white small seconds hand
Matt red chronograph second hand
Matt white chronograph hour and minute hands

Case
Bead-blasted titanium case
Diameter 42 mm; height 14.62 mm
Tachymeter scale on the bezel
Screw-down crown
Convex, scratch-resistant and double-coated anti-reflective sapphire crystal
Screwed case back with black-tinted sapphire crystal opening
Water-resistant to 50 meters [5 atm]

Strap/Clasp
Black calfskin strap with black stitching
Bead-blasted folding clasp made of titanium and stainless steel

Porsche Design P‘6752 WorldTraveler

Designed for globetrotters, the P‘6752 WorldTraveler timepiece from Porsche Design shows the time in two different time zones in parallel.

The display of a second time zone makes it possible to know how late it is at home – at any time and at a single glance. The Porsche Design P‘6752 WorldTraveler is thereby the smaller alternative to the already legendary Porsche Design P’6750 Worldtimer, which was first presented to the public in 2007.

The P‘6752 WorldTraveler offers the opportunity to select the time at your hometown from the 24 standard times of the world. For orientation purposes, the 24 time zones are also engraved on the rear of the watch. A hand with a red triangle indicates the second time zone on an inner scale divided into 24 hours.

Porsche Design P‘6752 WorldTraveler

The time itself is shown on the outer 12-hour ring of the watch face. The date is displayed in a window located at three o’clock. As is typical of the luxury Porsche Design brand, the black watch face of the WorldTraveler has a purist design. The Arabic numerals and the skeletal hands are filled with white luminous material.

For the first time, the calibre 39 movement developed and built in the Eterna factory is used inside the Porsche Design P’6752 WorldTraveler.

This traditional Swiss company is the license partner of Porsche Design for the timepieces, and started the development of the new movement as long ago as 2007. The balance in the Eterna calibre 3945A is calibrated at 28,800 half-oscillations an hour. 28 jewels reduce the resistance.

The shot-blasted titanium case with screw-down crown has non-reflective and scratchproof sapphire glass.

The case of the WorldTraveler is waterproof up to a depth of 50 metres (5 ATM), and, with a case diameter of 42 millimetres, the new P’6752 world time watch is around three millimetres smaller and two millimeters flatter than the P’6750 Worldtimer.

The market launch of the P‘6752 WorldTraveler is planned for the early 2014.

Porsche Design New P’6300 Flat Six Watch Models

For the past 40 years, Porsche Design has epitomised functional and puristic watch design. The ornamental elements of the luxury brand’s timepieces are limited to the hands, the minute markings and clear writing on the dial.

Professor Ferdinand Alexander Porsche, who founded Porsche Design, had no interest in decoration for the sake of decoration. For him, the aesthetics of a product arose from considering form and function as equal partners.

Porsche Design New P’6300 Flat Six Watch Models 2012

The new Porsche Design P’6300 Flat Six watch models adhere to this design philosophy. The three-hand timepieces, the P’6350 and P’6351, are available in two sizes for the moment, one suited to a delicate female wrist, the other to a larger male wrist. These new watch models and the P’6360 chronograph are available now world-wide in Porsche Design boutiques as well as at authorised retailers.

All three watch models are classical with very straightforward lines in typical Porsche Design style. As with the previous models, the new Flat Six timepieces were inspired by the puristic appearance of the sports car dashboard instruments.

Porsche Design New P’6300 Flat Six Watch Models

The watches’ broad hands point towards equally broad markers, so even a quick glimpse is all that’s needed to read the time accurately. White or black luminous mass help with reading in dark conditions. The ten new models are distinguished by their frugal colours, black, white, grey, yellow and red with two exceptions: black dial with red or orange scale and hands.

Porsche Design New P’6300 Flat Six Watch Models 2012

The only difference between the two three-hand watches, the P’6350 Automatic and the P’6351 Automatic, is the diameter of the case, namely 44 and 40 millimetres respectively. All timepieces are of the same height, 11.25 millimetres.

Porsche Design New P’6300 Flat Six Watch Models 2012 white dial

The date is displayed at 3 o’clock. The hands are driven by a Sellita SW200 calibre boasting a 38-hour power reserve. The balance has a frequency of 28,800 beats per hour.

The models are available with ten different dial versions, various cases and watch straps. The watches are all water-resistant to 100 metres.

Porsche Design New P’6300 Flat Six Watch Models

The dial of the Porsche Design P’6360 Flat Six Automatic Chronograph has been designed differently. Three subsidiary dials are positioned on the left-hand side: a 30-minute counter at 12 o’clock, a 12-hour counter at 6 o’clock and a small second dial at 9 o’clock. At the 3 o’clock position are two openings, one for the weekday, the other for the date.

Porsche Design New P’6300 Flat Six Watch Models 2012

Even the small scales on the totalisers are easily readable, since the watch has a diameter of 44 millimetres. A tachymeter scale has been engraved on the bevelled inner bezel. It can be used to measure speeds of 50 to 330 km/h. Time is kept by an ETA 7750 chronograph movement with a frequency of 28,800 beats per hour. The watch has a power reserve of 42 hours.

The case and watch band are in shot-blasted and polished stainless steel, or in shot-blasted and polished PVD-coated stainless steel. The watch strap comes in black or white caoutchouc.

Porsche Design P’6500 Heritage Collection: P’6530 Titanium Chronograph, P’6520 Compass Watch & P’6510 Black Chronograph

For watch design, the 1970s were a revolutionary decade. Professor Ferdinand Alexander Porsche made watches that had no precedent. In 1972 he created the world’s first entirely black watch; in 1978 he integrated a compass into a watch; and in 1980 he became the first to use titanium, a light yet stable material, for a chronograph.

In 2010, the brand released the re-edition of the 1980s titanium chronograph. It was followed by  Porsche Design Heritage P’6520 Compass Watch (2011), the re-edition of the 1978 compass watch. At Basel 2012, the  Porsche Design Heritage P’6510 Black Chronograph (re-edition of the 1972 black watch) was unveiled.

Porsche Design is now presenting all three horological classics in a single box for the 40th anniversary of the luxury brand. The watches are numbered and limited to 100 pieces. The anniversary box is selling for CHF 16,680 (€ 14,750/$ 20,850) and is available from July 2012.

Porsche Design P´6530 Titan Chronograph

Until 1980, titanium was only known as a material used in aviation. This chemical element, with the atomic number 22, is a so-called transitional metal with a white, silvery sheen. It is light-weight, strong, elastic and resistant to corrosion, and has a high melting point. Because it is lighter than steel and also non-allergenic, titanium is ideally suited for wristwatches and bracelets with graceful links.

Porsche Design P´6530 Titan Chronograph

The re-issued Porsche Design Heritage P’6530 Titanium Chronograph is based on the same success factors as the original model: a clear, puristic shape with chronograph pushers incorporated into the case and a case and bracelet made entirely of shot-blasted titanium. The only nod to the contemporary zeitgeist is the diameter, which has grown to 44 millimetres.

Besides the time, the dial displays the weekday and date. The subsidiary seconds are located at 9 o’clock. Under the 12 o’clock marker is a 30-minute counter, and the 12-hour counter is found at 6 o’clock. The tachymeter scale is printed on the sapphire crystal. Thanks to the red second hand, the user can measure speeds of 55 to 300 kmh.

Porsche Design Heritage P’6520 Compass Watch

The Porsche Design Heritage P’6520 Compass Watch is also made of titanium and gives the time and geographical directions mechanically. Underneath the three-hand watch is a compass, whose needle always indicates the north, thereby defining the four points of the compass.

Porsche Design Heritage P’6520 Compass Watch

It is available for both the northern and southern hemispheres. The model is the first compass watch ever, and was designed by Professor Ferdinand Alexander Porsche in 1978. 

The re-issue of this classic watch was adapted for 21-century standards: the diameter was increased slightly. The lower part of the watch holds a liquid compass. In order to take a bearing using this instrument, a scratch-resistant mirror was integrated under the watch and above the compass. It clicks into place at a 45° angle.

Porsche Design Heritage P’6510 Black Chronograph

The Porsche Design Heritage P’6510 Black Chronograph is patterned after the original model of 40 years ago, but some aspects of it were changed to suit the current zeitgeist.

The case’s diameter grew by 6 millimetres to 44 millimetres, and the black colour is no longer painted on, but rather coated with PVD (physical vapour deposition) to make sure that the black layer is even more durable Ticking inside the watch is an ETA chronograph movement with calendar, the Valjoux 7750. The Porsche Design P’6510 Black Chronograph is water resistant to a depth of 100 metres.

Porsche Design Heritage P’6510 Black Chronograph

The legendary Chronograph I was the world’s first black watch and simultaneously the first product released by the luxury brand Porsche Design made horological history 40 years ago. It also caused quite a heated discussion, since this automatic chronograph – which was considered inconceivable at the time – had been designed in matt black and was completely unadorned.

The new edition of the watch, the Porsche Design P’6510 Black Chronograph, with a diameter that has grown by 6 mm to 44 mm, is the last item in the P’6500 Heritage Collection.

The re-release of the black chronograph, the P’6510 Black Chronograph, is patterned after the original model of 1972, but some aspects of it were adjusted to suit modern standards. The case’s diameter grew by 6 millimeters and is now 44 millimeters, and the black colour was not painted on, but rather coated with PVD (physical vapour deposition) to make sure that the black layer was even more durable.

Porsche Design P’6510 Black Chronograph

Porsche Design is re-releasing the legendary Chronograph I. It was the world’s first black watch and simultaneously the first product released by the luxury brand Porsche Design made horological history 40 years ago.

This automatic chronograph – which was considered inconceivable at the time – had been designed in matt black and was completely unadorned. The new edition of the watch, the Porsche Design P’6510 Black Chronograph, with a diameter that has grown by 6 mm to 44 mm, is the last item in the P’6500 Heritage Collection.

Porsche Design P’6510 Black Chronograph

In 1972, Ferdinand Alexander Porsche founded his own design studio in and the luxury brand Porsche Design. His first product was a watch. With his black Chronograph I, he anticipated a trend that has become an integral aspect of the watch industry and was considered revolutionary at the time.

For the designer, however, the deep black look was nothing more than functional: The watch takes a page from the playbook of the non-reflective race car instruments, which are entirely matt black, except for the indices and hands.

Porsche Design P’6510 Black Chronograph
Porsche Design P’6510 Black Chronograph (reference 6510.43.41.0272): re-issue of the first entirely black watch. Limited to 911 numbered pieces

For the Chronograph I, this meant a black dial, white lettering and hands and baton hour markers filled with a white luminescent substance. The only touch of colour is the long stop-second hand, which is in red. This avoids unwanted reflections and guarantees perfect readability of the watch.

The re-release of the black chronograph, the P’6510 Black Chronograph, is patterned after the original model of 1972, but some aspects of it were adjusted to suit modern standards. The case’s diameter grew by 6 millimeters and is now 44 millimeters, and the black colour was not painted on, but rather coated with PVD (physical vapour deposition) to make sure that the black layer was even more durable.

Ticking inside the watch is an ETA chronograph movement with calendar, the Valjoux 7750. The Porsche Design P’6510 Black Chronograph is water resistant to a depth of 100 metres.

It is limited to only 911 pieces and costs CHF 5,700 and € 4,700.

Technical details

Model: Porsche Design P’6510 Black Chronograph

Movement/functions
Calibre ETA Valjoux 7750; self-winding mechanical chronograph; 48-hour power reserve; 28,800 v.p.h.; 25 jewels; diameter 30 mm (13 ¼ lines); hours, minutes and seconds; date indication; Porsche Design rotor.

Dial/hands
Black; day and date indication at 3 o’clock; 30-minute-counter at 12o’clock, 12-hour-counter at 6 o’clock; small seconds at 9 o’clock; black chronograph counters; white counter hands filled with luminous material in white; white bar indices with luminous material in white; white hour and minute hands filled with luminous material in white; red chronograph hand; white tachymeter scale on the dial.

Case
Shot-blasted stainless steel case with black PVD coating, push-button and screw-down crown in stainless steel with black PVD coating; anti-reflective, scratch-resistant sapphire crystal; screwed-down case back; water-resistant to 100 meters (10 ATM); diameter 44 mm; height 14.5 mm.

Strap/clasp
Shot-blasted stainless steel bracelet with black PVD coating; folding clasp

Edition
Limited edition: limited to 911 numbered pieces

Porsche Design P’6620 Dashboard

Ten years after creating the watch inspired from the dashboard gauges of sports cars, the luxury brand Porsche Design has released the next generation chronograph P’6620 Dashboard. The shape and dial are correspondingly functional. The dial has grown to 44 millimetres, the case is made entirely of titanium.

Porsche Design P’6620 Dashboard chronograph
The new look of the Porsche Design P’6620 Dashboard evokes dynamism and clarity. Like all the products in the luxury brand’s portfolio, this one too was shaped into a precision instrument by the world-famous Porsche Design Studio in Zell am See (Austria).

With a diameter of 44 millimetres and a height of 14.5 millimetres, this is a watch that makes itself known on the wrist. The purist dial, the Arabic numerals and the straightforward hands filled with luminescent material combine to turn the chronograph into a clear and unmistakable statement.

The two elongated push buttons next to the crown control the start/stop function. The sapphire crystal is non-reflective and the case is water-resistant to a depth of 100 meters (10 ATM).

Porsche Design P’6620 Dashboard chronograph

The stop function not only captures increments of time, but can also be used in combination with the tachymeter scale to calculate average speeds of between 60 and 330 km/h.

The stop watch movement has to be started and stopped after a kilometre. The large second hand with a coloured tip will then show the speed. The hand and the date disc are driven by a reliable automatic ETA Valjoux 7753 movement at a balance frequency of 28,800 vibrations per minute.

The optimised rotor in the shape of a sports car’s wheel rim ensures that the user’s arm movements keep winding up the spring barrel. When not worn, the watch has a power reserve of 48 hours.

Porsche Design P’6620 Dashboard dashboard chronograph ETA Valjoux 7753 movement

The case and bracelet of the new P’6620 Dashboard are made entirely of lightweight, non-allergenic titanium.

The material was known in aerospace industry, and Professor Ferdinand Alexander Porsche, designer and founder of the luxury brand, became the first to use it in watchmaking in 1980. He recognised its benefits: titanium is harder than steel, but only half the weight, does not rust and is antimagnetic.

The new chronograph is also available in a deep black colour produced by shot-blasting titanium and covering it with a layer of black PVD. In fact, the black watches trend was also a Porsche Design idea. Professor Ferdinand Alexander Porsche already came up with the world’s first-ever all-black watch in 1972.

The new generation of Dashboard chronographs is available in twelve variations. The P’6620 Dashboard includes models with a white dial, a gold case, or with calf leather or caoutchouc straps.

The two entry-level models of the Porsche Design P’6620 Dashboard with a titanium or black links bracelet are available at retailers for CHF 4,950 (€ 3,950 / $ 5,770).

Technical details

Model: Porsche Design P’6620 Dashboard

Movement
Calibre ETA Valjoux 7753; self-winding mechanical chronograph; 48-hour power reserve; 28,800 v.p.h.; 25 jewels; diameter 30 mm (13 ¼ lines); height 7.9 mm; hours, minutes and seconds; date indication; energy optimised Porsche Design rotor.

Dial
Black; date indication between 4 and 5 o’clock; 30-minute-counter at 3 o’clock, 12-hour-counter at 6 o’clock; small seconds at 9 o’clock; black chronograph counters; dark rhodium-plated counter hands filled with luminous material in white; bar indices and Arabic numerals with luminous material in white; dark rhodium–plated hour and minute hands filled with luminous material in white; dark rhodium-plated chronograph hand with red tip; tachymeter scale on the inner bezel

Case
Shot-blasted titanium case with black PVD coating, easy date corrector at 10 o’clock; push-button and screw-down crown in titanium with “Clous-de Paris” structure; cambered, anti-reflective, scratch-resistant sapphire crystal; screwed-down transparent case back in titanium with black PVD coating and antireflective sapphire crystal; water-resistant to 100 meters (10 ATM); diameter 44 mm; height 14.5 mm.

Strap
Shot-blasted titanium bracelet with black PVD coating with folding clasp

Porsche Design P’6520 Compass Watch

The new Porsche Design P’6520 Compass Watch indicates time and direction mechanically. Underneath this high-precision three-hand watch is a compass whose needle always points north, thereby establishing all the directions.

Inspiration has been the first Compass Watch, created in 1978 by the designer Professor Ferdinand Alexander Porsche. The re-issue of this classic watch was merely adapted to 21st-century standards. The diameter was slightly increased. Plus, the new P’6520 Compass Watch is made of light, antiallergenic titanium. Together with the P’6530 Titanium Chronograph presented last year, it is the second re-issue of a traditional watch by Porsche Design. The series is limited to 911 pieces.

Porsche Design P’6520 Compass Watch

The P’6520 Compass Watch comes in two parts: the upper part is a precision three-hand watch, whose luminescent hands are driven by the automatic SW300 Sellita calibre. The date appears at 3 o’clock on the dial. The lower part of the watch opens to reveal a liquid compass that can be easily removed. The watch is available with a compass for both the northern as well as the southern hemisphere.

In order to find one’s bearings with this instrument, a scratch-resistant mirror has been installed on the rear of the watch part and on top of the compass. When opened, the two mirrors click into place at 45 degree.

Porsche Design P’6520 Compass Watch

The shape is based on the historical model, but has been made somewhat larger – suiting today’s standards. The dial’s highly readable black-and-white design corresponds to the 1978 watch. The hour indices and the hour and minute hands have been covered with a white luminescent material.

It has all been done in the traditionally economical Porsche Design colour scheme. The re-issue has a diameter of 42 millimetres and a height of 14.6 millimetres, that is, three millimetres larger and 1.6 millimetres higher respectively than the original.

Porsche Design P’6520 Compass Watch

For the new watch, Porsche Design replaced the black aluminium with titanium, which is of higher quality and is also non-allergenic. The case is water resistant to a depth of up to 50 metres. The watch and the bracelet are made entirely of titanium with a black PVD coating (Physical Vapour Deposition).

Titanium is essentially skin-friendly, lighter – half the weight of steel – and corrosion-resistant. In fact, titanium is the ideal material to use for a compass since it is not magnetic and will not affect the magnetic needle.

In 1972, Porsche Design became the first company in the watch industry to use the colour black and presented the world’s first black watch: the legendary Chronograph 1.

Technical details

Model: Porsche Design P´6520 Compass Watch

Movement
Sellita calibre SW 300
Self-winding automatic movement
42-hour power reserve
28,800 vph
25 jewels
Diameter: 25.6 mm (11.5 lines);
Height: 3.6 mm

Functions
Hours, minutes and seconds
Date

Dial
Black dial
Date at 3 o’clock
White bar indices and white sweep hour and minute hands coated with white luminous material
Orange sweep seconds

Case
Two-piece shot-blasted titanium case with black PVD coating
Antireflective, scratch-resistant sapphire crystal
Scratch-resistant mirror
Edition number engraved on the case back
Water resistant to 50 m (5 ATM); diameter 42 mm
Height 14.6 mm
Compass (northern and southern hemisphere): can be removed from the case; liquid compass; white indices; white and orange needles; anti-reflective mineral crystals.

Bracelet/clasp
Shot-blasted titanium with black PVD coating; shot-blasted folding clasp in titanium with black PVD coating

Limited edition
Limited to 911 numbered pieces

Reference numbers
6520.13.41.0270 HN: Shot-blasted titanium case with black PVD coating, Black dial, Shot-blasted titanium bracelet with black PVD coating
6520.13.41.0270 HS: Shot-blasted titanium case with black PVD coating, Black dial, Shot-blasted titanium bracelet with black PVD coating