Introducing the Porsche Design Chronograph 911 GT2RS Exclusive Series and 911 Turbo S Exclusive Series

Introducing the Porsche Design Chronograph 911 GT2RS Exclusive Series and 911 Turbo S Exclusive Series

Goodwood is one of those occasions that is an unquestionable requirement visit for each petroleum head on the planet, and if the climate cooperates, it’s totally marvelous! Goodwood has three headliners during the year: Members Meeting (which denotes the beginning of the dashing season), Revival (after summer) and as of late, Festival of Speed; the last was the setting for Porsche to uncover their most up to date 911 GT2 RS. Presently on the off chance that you can’t help thinking about what a watch columnist is doing at the Festival of Speed with Porsche (and Porsche Design), at that point there’s a decent clarification for that and indeed, it has an inseparable tie to watches. Or maybe restrictive watches in the event that I may say as much, since you can possibly get one on the off chance that you purchased either the as of late presented Porsche 911 Turbo S Exclusive Series or the new 911 GT2RS Exclusive Series.

Over here, at Monochrome, we’re all watch darlings. Indeed, you can just run ‘this show‘ in the event that you have a certifiable enthusiasm for mechanical watches, and that is the thing that we as a whole have! Anyway we likewise love delightful vehicles; a few of us are genuine experts, and one of us is a mobile and talking auto reference book. So perhaps you can envision that going to an occasion like Goodwood FoS is no discipline. Watches, vehicles, and this end of the week the climate cooperated, so it was an eminent end of the week. Compliments to Lord March and his group for setting up a superb auto spectacle.

Early June, Porsche dispatched the 911 Turbo S Exclusive Series, and with it came the choice to arrange a coordinating Porsche Design Chronograph 911 Turbo S Exclusive Series. This watch is simply accessible to proprietors of the vehicle, and imprints another section in the coordinated effort among Porsche and Porsche Design. The watch will be modified to coordinate with the vehicle, and highlights for example a calfskin tie coordinating the cowhide and sewing of the seats, the programmed winding rotor that coordinates the wheel edges, and the restricted release number of the vehicle will be engraved into the case back.

Imprint Webber showing up in the new 911 GT2RS obscure, Mark Webber, Oliver Blume (administrator of the chief board), Walter Röhrl, Detlev von Platen Porsche Design Chronograph 911 GT2RS Exclusive Series Porsche Design Chronograph 911 Turbo S Exclusive Series

Now, with the new 911 GT2 RS that was presented recently at FoS, and explicitly the Exclusive Series of this quickest street legitimate Porsche ever, Porsche Design as a team with Porsche, offer that identical choice. So whether you pick dark alcantara cowhide seats, with yellow sewing, that equivalent calfskin and sewing will be utilized for the calfskin tie of your watch. Obviously Porsche wouldn’t be Porsche in the event that it hadn’t tried the calfskins for hypersensitive responses of the skin, as a cowhide watch lash is more in contact with your skin then the driver’s seat in your vehicle (at least let’s accept that that is the case.)

Case and dial

The Porsche Design Chronograph “911 Turbo S Exclusive Series” comes in a dark titanium-carbide-covered titanium case, estimating 42mm in distance across and simply over 15mm in stature. The watch, which is accessible to proprietors of the new GT2 RS Exclusive Series, will highlight a sandblasted titanium instance of similar measurements, and comes with a dark titanium carbide covered titanium bezel and case back.

The dial is in carbon and comes with a striping in one of the six shade of the 911 Turbo S Exclusive Series (Golden Yellow Metallic, Carrera White Metallic, Agate Gray Metallic, Black, Guards Red and Graphite Blue Metallic) and will be done in unique Porsche polish paint. The dial of the GT2 RS form is consistently in GT Silver Metallic, and is hence restrictive to this vehicle. The hands (black for the GT2RS, and steel for the Turbo S version) have been applied with white Super-Luminova covering for most extreme decipherability. The chronograph hands are executed in steel on Turbo S form and in yellow on the GT2RS version.

The watch is water impervious to 5 bar (tried progressively to 5 bar), and comes with a screw down crown with Clous-de-Paris design that improves the hold. The sapphire precious stone comes with hard covering, scratch-evidence and with no less then a sevenfold enemy of glare applied on both sides.

Movement – Porsche Design Caliber Werk 01.200

Inside the two Exclusive Series Chronographs is Porsche Design’s new restrictive development, which is absolved Werk 01.200. Porsche Design built up the development in-house, something which took them 3 years, and it’s fabricated by believed outsiders as per Porsche Design’s own particulars. You could say that this is a comparable methodology as Porsche vehicles practice.

The Porsche Design Werk 01.200 highlights a Flyback system, a tungsten winding mass, and a rotor taking after the magnesium wheels of the 911 Exclusive Series. It shows hours, minutes, and little seconds and on the 9 o’clock position is an alleged “mechanical work show” that shows that the watch is running (something Porsche Design previously utilized in the Monobloc Actuator 24H Chronograph ). The subdial at 12 o’clock is the 30-minute counter and at 6 o’clock is the chronograph’s 12-hour counter, and all counters, including the focal chronograph second counter, reset to zero immediately when the pusher at 4 o’clock is pushed. The date is shown 4 o’clock.

The development is executed in matte dark, and highlights metal cog wheels, and the springs, switches, and so forth are in treated steel. All that looks extremely befitting under the programmed winding rotor that take after the magnesium 911 Turbo wheel rims.

Strap and bracelet

Indeed, the caption specifies “lash and arm band” since that is actually what you’ll get when you purchase the Chronograph 911 Turbo S Exclusive Series. A bundle with two calfskin straps and a dark titanium carbide covered titanium wristband. Every one of the three are furnished with a speedy delivery framework, so you can change from leather to titanium in no time; the time required for a (proficient) refueling break. Here’s a sample of what you can pick from…

The Chronograph 911 GT2 RS Exclusive Series comes with two cowhide lashes, with alcantara coordinating the seats, so no extra titanium arm band for 911 GT2 RS owners. The cost for these watches is EUR 9.950 Euro including 19% VAT (for Germany), so say around €10k for the remainder of Europe. More data at the  Porsche Design site  and your neighborhood Porsche dealer.


Specifications – Porsche Design Chronograph 911 Turbo S and GT2 RS Exclusive Series

  • Case: titanium (dark titanium carbide covered for Turbo S adaptation, sandblasted for GT2 RS form) – 42mm x 15mm – sapphire gem with sevenfold enemy of glare on the two sides – obscured sapphire sheet on the off chance that back – screw down crown – 5 bar water resistant
  • Movement: Porsche Design type Werk 01.200 – 28,800 vph (4Hz) – 25 gems – 48 hours of force save – Etachron controller framework – Glucydor balance – Incabloc stun security – Nivaflex heart – C.O.S.C. chronometer certified
  • Strap: Turbo S variant comes with two calfskin ties with collapsing clasp and an extra titanium arm band in dark titanium carbide covering – GT2 RS rendition comes with two cowhide/alcantara lashes with titanium collapsing buckle
  • Price: € 9.950 euros (counting 19% vat)

More information at the Porsche Design site and at your Porsche dealer.