Porsche Design Launches New P6930 Chronograph

Porsche Design P'6930 ChronographPorsche Design P'6930 Chronograph
The team at Porsche Design announced today the launch of the P’6930 Chronograph, a new timepiece that draws inspiration from the Porsche Carrera GT sportscar and the P'6910 Indicator watch. The wristwatch is powered by an ETA Valjoux 7750 automatic movement that is COSC-certified.

The bezel and sapphire crystal caseback envelop the titanium case in a rugged grip. One version of the chronograph features a blend of self-coloured and black PVD-coated titanium. Another version comes in an all-black finish.

The two push-pieces of the P’6930 Chronograph are modelled on the pedals of the Carrera GT and reportedly offer outstanding grip. The same goes for the Clous-de-Paris screw-down crown finished in black PVD-coated titanium.

The interior profile of the natural caoutchouc strap sports a tie-tread design, allowing air to reach the skin; it comes with a folding clasp fashioned from PVD-coated titanium. The automatic Valjoux 7750 movement features an energy-optimised rotor system designed to evoke a Carrera GT wheel rim; it can be glimpsed through the sapphire crystal caseback.

Characteristic of all Porsche Design watches is the purist design, typography and colur of the dial, which facilitate crystal-clear legibility in all conditions. The main hands are partially skeletonised to prevent any obstruction of the indications. The coating of green and white luminous material on the main hands, numerals and indices ensures optimum legibility at all times.

The P’6930 Chronograph's case measures 47 millimetres in diameter and is fashioned from titanium. Particularly light and corrosion resistant, the material is characteristic of Porsche Design.
If you liked the article, please follow us:  Google News icon Google News Youtube Instagram

Would you like AUTOEVOLUTION to send you notifications?

You will only receive our top stories