Porsche Design goes back to its roots with the Monobloc Actuator Collection

Now that is one impressive hunk of titanium.
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Porsche Monobloc Actuator

Porsche Design has a lot of expertise when it comes to titanium watches, in fact, the company created the first titanium watch in collaboration with IWC. Today, the company reveals its next-generation titanium timekeeper with the Monobloc Actuator. Inspired by the 911 RSR race car, Porsche Design invented a unique, integrated rocker switch that controls the chronograph mechanism from inside the watch case. The 45mm watch also features a 24-hour GMT hand and come in titanium or black titanium carbide. 

The Monobloc Actuator collection goes on sale this May.


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