Porsche Design 1919 Chronotimer x Porsche Winter Driving Experience

When it comes to sports chronographs, these used to be purpose-built timepieces. Now, it’s more of a fashion/style statement than anything else. A few decades ago, however, chronographs were mainly bought by gentlemen with the budget and time to enjoy playing fast cars. Competitiveness has always been a human trait, especially the 50% of people with more testosterone (also known as men). Chronographs allow them to measure time and compare lap times. That’s what I didn’t do when I went to Northern Finland with replica Porsche Design for the Porsche Driving Experience winter event. It’s a report on having fun on snow and ice, covering almost the entire lineup of Porsche cars. I forgot to measure lap times, but I’m sure you’ll understand when you see this video and the photos below.

I think it’s important to remember why we wear watches. And why there are so many changes, not only in design but also in different functions. As I’ve already mentioned, wrist-worn chronographs used to be primarily for those who could afford to play fast. At least in the early 1900s. Okay, doctors use chronographs too, however, their chronographs have a pulsometer scale instead of the tachymeter scale that gentlemen use when they drive fast. In the first half of the 20th century, these chronographs were proper specialized tools.

Porsche Design invited me to a legendary Porsche driving experience in Santa’s backyard (northern Finland) and I couldn’t say no. I plan to do some testing with the Porsche Design 1919 Chronotimer on my wrist, like those aforementioned gentlemen driving their fast cars. With everything in place, trousers, fleece jacket, thermal socks and a Porsche Design 1919 Chronotimer on my wrist, I got into my first car of the day, a Porsche 911 Carrera S.

quit! Pedal metal! Well…of course I was careful at first, but slowly I got the hang of it and worked harder. The experience is nothing short of spectacular on a slippery surface, it’s hard to walk even without coasting, this powerful machine at 420 bph (I’m talking about a Carrera S) finds its speed gracefully and can quite easily deal with. If you think the tires have spikes, I can guarantee that they are not. Normal rubber on snow and ice (well, winter tires) and even most safety features are turned off, while Sport+ mode is turned on!

Our idea was to test/experience the various 911, 718 Cayman, Panamera Turbo, Macan and Cayenne on ice. I was too naive to think I was counting the hours. First, everything is white. The track, everywhere you look except the track, the sky, you see white. So any sense of speed, or even your exact position on the track, is futile. Most corners look the same. Timing laps proved to be very difficult, but most importantly, I was too distracted. Despite the ubiquity of white, the scenery is beautiful… breath taking.

It was an early morning, and despite the short night, I was completely awake when I saw this gorgeous lineup. Like it says good morning and have a great day! This is exactly what I have.

Driving and handling a Porsche isn’t something I do every day (unfortunately), and this new experience distracts me from actually timing the laps. I learned how to drift, or at least I tried to learn it. When we had to go home again, I learned a lot more about Porsche cars, how they handled and which systems needed to be turned off for more fun. Here are some impressions from my two days at the Porsche Driving Experience Winter event in northern Finland…. awesome!

For those interested, you can sign up for the Porsche Driving Experience website here. The training program started in mid-January 2018, and while most programs are sold out, there are still a small number of places available. In addition to the Porsche Winter Driving Experience, there are many other exciting activities and training programmes, including World Adventures!

Porsche Design Chronograph 911 Targa 4S Heritage Design Edition

Porsche Design fake has created a matching timepiece for owners of the new 911 Targa 4S Heritage Design Edition: the 911 Targa 4S Heritage Design Edition chronograph. Both cars and timepieces show attention to detail, some of which may be trivial to some people, but are actually very important to 911 connoisseurs.

The new Porsche 911 Targa 4S Heritage Design Edition is the starting point for a series of exclusive Porsche Heritage models designed to bring the spirit of the times of the 50s, 60s, 70s and 80s back to life. The 450 HP of the 992 series combines the most advanced technology with a retro feel.

Highlights include the golden model name, the Porsche Crest of 1963, and a modern interpretation of classic Porsche rims. Buyers can also choose a personal starting number, which is printed on the door in black.

The Targa 4S traditional design version of the 911 is based on the formative collection of 1919, but is inspired by the design of the traditional 4S Targa design version. The watch uses a 42 mm titanium case with sapphire crystal glass on the front and back. The numbers and hands are coated with a luminous coating to make it easy to read the watch at night.

The dial is reminiscent of the green ring and numbers of a vehicle tachometer. In addition, the model name “Porsche 911 Targa 4S” is decorated at 9 o’clock on the left. The gold lettering is located on the second dial, which mechanically indicates that the watch is running (this model does not have a second hand). The 30-minute counter at 12 o’clock and the 12-hour counter at 6 o’clock together with the central chronograph second hand form a stopwatch function. In addition, there is a date window at 4 o’clock.

On the back of the 911 Targa 4S Heritage Design Edition chronograph, the wearer can clearly see the homemade WERK 01.100 movement. The rotor of the automatic movement is based on the legendary Fuchsfelge, with the Porsche logo in the center. In addition to a 48-hour power reserve, it also has a frequency of 4 Hz and has passed COSC certification. The limited edition number is engraved on the back.

The traditional design version of the Targa 4S of the 911 is waterproof to 10 meters. The replica watches is paired with a bracelet made of Porsche car leather. There are two choices of Bordeaux red and black.

Porsche Design 1919

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Porsche Design 1919 DateTimer Series 1 and 1919 Globetimer Series 1 Watch

Porsche design is released its new 1919 series, which will introduce 1919 DateTimer Series 1 and Porsche Design 1919 Globetimer Series 1 watches. The 1919 collection is the respect for Porsche design to the Baohaus movement. For those unfamiliar people, Bauhaus movement is very attached to the concept of simple and functional concepts. Although this sports centennial celebration (ie 2019, if you can’t guess the name of the collection), Porsche design has launched two watches in this series. However, interesting is that the Porsche design ends a year and a year ago after the end of the relationship with ETERNA. Since then, they released the first clock table, which is a clear name that makes Porsche’s design to ushered in the brand. Now, they will not enter the inside (in fact, they are using two different Sellita sports, SW 200 and SW 330), but Porsche design is clearly hoped to establish an identity outside of its past brand cooperation.

Porsche Design 1919 DateTimer Series 1 will use four models, all of which have simple design, still simple and clean, and will not be separated from “Sparta”. A good visual contrast is provided with a white hand cleaning matte black dial. The small date window is 4 o’clock, and some of the time watchs of Porsche design are also smaller enough, and they cannot mess with the dial. This may be because there is no magnifying glass and the date window to stick to the color scheme of the watch. I found that the red accent on the second hand and the speed of more than 12 o’clock have added a good exercise touch.

Porsche Design 1919 DateTimer Series 1 Watch has Sellita SW 200 sports. It has 38 hours of power reserves with 26 jewels, with a frequency of 28,800 (4 Hz) per hour. The housing is 42 mm, which has a convex, scratch resistant, and double-sided 7-layer anti-reflection sapphire crystal. It is a waterproof of 100 meters (Porsche Design 1919 Globetimer Series 1 has a different movement, covered below, but has the same status statistics).

Porsche Design 1919 Globetimer Series 1 is a GMT watch, remember travelers. Porsche Design 1919 Globetimer Series 1 Watch Add 24-hour speed to the inner ring and move the date window to 3 o’clock. All time is marked in this series, while Porsche Design 1919 DateTimer Series 1 Watch only with a number of 12, 3, 6, and 9 o’clock. You will also notice that the red arrow distinguishes the second time.

Back Porsche Design 1919 Globetimer Series 1 has 24-time sculptural reference. It is not true practical because it is on the back of the watch, so you have to take off your watch to use it as a reference. It is said that this is an attractive feature and provides you with reference. If you need it, it will not be chaotic. Porsche Design 1919 Globetimer Series 1 has Sellita SW 330 sports. Its power reserves are 42 hours, with 25 jewels, with a frequency of 28,800 (4 Hz) per hour.

As I mentioned, each series will have four fashion watches. The same finish and straps / bracelet change apply to two watches. Have titanium and rubber version, and total titanium version. These have titanium cases, rubber models come to black rubber beam, and total titanium models to titanium folding bracelet. The other two versions have a black carbide coating, instead of standard titanium on the housing and bracelet. On the subject of the bracelet, I found that the gap of the band attachment is a good touch.