Porsche Design Monobloc Actuator 24H-Chronotimer is a Titanium Timekeeping Treat

While the name Porsche Design might not carry quite as much weight in watch geek circles as more established firms that focus exclusively on timepieces, the company has nevertheless managed to cultivate a reputation for producing clean (but still stylish) watches. And the firm’s latest horological offering – the Porsche Design Monobloc Actuator 24H-Chronotimer – keeps the trend going.

The 45.5 mm titanium case packs internals from Valijoux (with integrated chornograph pushers and a rocker switch that controls the chronograph’s operation within the case), and there’s a choice of a rubber strap or a titanium bracelet that matches the case. In total there are three versions of the Monobloc Actuator 24H-Chronotimer, all of which have a 48-hour power reserve and are water resistant to 100 meters: The titanium and rubber strap (about $6,500), a black titanium carbide coated version with the rubber strap (about $6,800), or the titanium with titanium band (about $7,050).

Source: Porsche Design