The cheap mens watches brand new P'6752 WorldTraveler borrowed the stealth look precisely from the acclaimed P'6750 Worldtimer, albeit on a smaller yet still sufficiently large 42mm case – a size that has proven more versatile than the imposing 45mm original design. Whereas the world timer calibre of the P'6750 features a quick-adjust selection pusher and window displaying the city names for 24 major time zones and available at a retail price over 11,000 euro, the calibre on the P'6752 has an extra hour hand for a second time zone displayed on an inner scale on the dial. The latter is therefore simpler and this new timepiece will be more affordable when launched in early 2014 with a 5,950 euro tag.the dark sophistication so dear to Porsche Design since the launch of the first ever all-black chronograph back in 1972, the shot-blasted titanium case of the P'6752 WorldTraveler with screw-down knurled crown features the unique skeletonised lug architecture that secures the rubber strap in spectacularly seamless fashion and has helped the P'6750 Worldtimer gain cult status. While the Porsche 911 is celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2013, the Worldtimer and WorldTraveler's innovative design bears all the hallmarks of a future modern classic.
That is not... must be... the eternal Contiji concept diver? Launched at BaselWorld in 2005... right? But the above logo says... Porsche design. “The design is more suitable for the Porsche design collection,” explains Porsche Design Porsche Design Chronograph 911 GT2 RS watches and Timeless Yolande Perroulaz when WorldTempus asked for obvious similarities.
Of course, she is right: compared to eternity, Porsche design luxury swiss watches is a more sporty brand, even in the 1950s, the eternal impressive watch history does explain a crazy Norwegian and a Peruvian wood. Made of hibiscus.As early as 1972, Ferdinand A. Porsche launched his first watch, which was a black PVD-coated speedometer and therefore had a mechanical timing function. Later, in 1980, he introduced the first titanium mechanical chronograph, reference 3700. This watch and other models are produced in cooperation with IWC. This is a fruitful relationship that ended after the acquisition of Eterna by Porsche Design in 1995, and IWC's production services are no longer needed. The word "design".
At the beginning of this decade, Porsche designed to be at the crossroads of its flagship watch collection. Now is the time to update the highly successful dashboard product line. There are two ways: the most obvious and most commercial approach is to simply update the general functionality; the other is to break the past and introduce a new style. The decision was made at the Porsche Design Headquarters in Zell am See, Austria, and handed over to the Porsche Design Observatory in Grensen, Switzerland: the dashboard will be fully overhauled to further emphasize the Porsche Design watches.