High-end watchmaker Porsche Design launched four new watches at Baselworld last month. The majority of new models now contain the company’s in-house movement, the Werk 01.200, which was introduced in a limited edition watch last summer.
It took three years to bring the calibre Werk 01.200 to market. It was first used in a 911 Turbo S watch last June.
Baselworld highlights included the Porsche Design 1919 Chronotimer Flyback Brown & Leather, which used the movement in a $6,300 model. A special edition with a black carbon dial will sell for $6,650.
Porsche design also built on its launch of the Monoblock Actuator, an innovative chronograph unveiled in 2017, with a Chronotimer Flyback Limited Edition, priced at $8,500, which is restricted to 251 pieces.
A Monobloc Actuator 24H- Chronotimer All Black, which is constructed with all black titanium, will sell for $7,200.