The P’6930 Chronograph, a new timepiece that is inspired by the Porsche Carrera GT sportscar and the P'6910 Indicator watch, has been launched. Porsche Design revealed that this wristwatch features an ETA Valjoux 7750 automatic movement that is COSC-certified. Fashioned from titanium, this wristwatch is very light and is resistant to corrosion – characteristics that are typical of Porsche designs.
The bezel and sapphire crystal caseback securely wraps the titanium case. There are two versions of this chronograph – one is a mix of self-colored and black PVD-coated titanium while the other comes in an all-black finish.
The two push-pieces of the P’6930 Chronograph are based on the pedals of the Carrera GT and offer exceptional grip. The same goes for the Clous-de-Paris screw-down crown finished in black PVD-coated titanium. A tie-tread design is featured on the interior profile of the natural caoutchouc strap, permitting the skin to still be exposed to air. The watch is offered with a folding clasp derived from PVD-coated titanium.
If you look closely, there appears to be a Carrera GT wheel rim that is visible through the sapphire crystal caseback. This is actually the automatic Valjoux 7750 movement that uses an energy-optimized rotor system.
Porsche Design watches are distinct due to their purist design, typography and color of the dial, which are crystal-clear no matter what the conditions are. To avoid any obstructions of the indications, the main hands are partially skeletonized.
The fact that the main hands, numerals and indices have been coated with green and white luminous material guarantees optimum legibility at all times. The P’6930 Chronograph's case has a diameter of 47 millimeters.