To pay special tribute to the one millionth Porsche 911, Porsche Design produced the One Millionth 911 'Datetimer.
It is a unique watch with typical 911 design features and is part of the lifestyle brand's exclusive 1919 collection.
The second hand, for example, glows the same shade of green as the sports car's dashboard.
Additionally, the Porsche Design name on the instrument dial is gold-plated like the crest on the front of the vehicle.
The commemorative watch strap is made from the same leather that was used on the original vehicle. Even the stitching features the same thread originally used inside the sports car.
The instrument's titanium case and dial are matte black, anti-reflective. A design that dates back to the 1972 Chronograph I, the first product designed by Professor Ferdinand Alexander Porsche for his newly founded design studio.
For the Chronograph I, Ferdinand Alexander Porsche was inspired by the anti-reflective matte black styling of the racing car accessories of the time. The enduring design of the 911 was also his idea.
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