These are the 10 Most Expensive Porsche Design Watches in the world!
After making the most expensive Porsche cars we said a top for the most expensive Porsche design watches is needed.
So we gathered around all the pricey watches from Porsche design and put them together in an amazing top 10.
There are some incredibly exclusive 1 of a kind pieces that will never hit the market and although that’s something we usually talk about in tops like the world’s most expensive watches we wanted to do something different with Porsche design, although expensive, these watches are still available on the market.
With over 30 years in the developing timepieces area, Porsche Design has consistently set new standards and new ideas.
They have created watches with innovative functions, remarkable materials, a pure and exciting design concept and absolute perfection down to the very last detail.
Come to us in our journey through the most expensive Porsche Design watches in the world!
10. Heritage Black Chronograph -$4.439
The Chronograph I laid the foundation for Porsche Design in 1972. This new edition follows the design 1:1.
Thanks to a special lacquer, the timepiece is entirely black. Automatic movement with Porsche Design Rotorsystem ETA Valjoux 7750.
Hours, minutes, seconds, chronograph functions, day and date indication, 46h power reserve, 28’800 A/h, Waterproof to 100 m.
This watch trades somewhere between $2,500 up to $7,000 and you can buy it here!
Would you buy such a good looking watch?
9. P’6520 Compass Watch 1978 Limited Edition -$6.351
Number 10 in our list was made in 1978 and back then was the first timepiece with a compass function. Its innovation and function were combined with a timeless design.
A design that today is priced at $6.351. Made out of titanium PVD coated, the watch we know today has grown but without losing its proportions.
The original version of this watch was made of aluminum, but today the case and the bracelet are made from titanium PVD coating.
The rear end of the watch part and the top of the compass comes with a scratch-resistant mirror.
8. P’6351 Flat Six Automatic 40 -$8,853
This watch with “function follows form” principles of its founder, this new line of watches will be an exceptional experience to own and a great piece to wear.
The Flat Six P’6351 Automatic takes its design inspiration from the Porsche 911 flat boxer engine with six horizontal cylinders and gives us a 40mm case and bezel in black PVD-coated stainless steel.
Among the bezel in black PVD-coated stainless steel, this watch has red and black dial with date display and an automatic movement with 26 jewels and Porsche Design rotor.
The sapphire crystal back and the natural rubber strap are the last touch and the main reason this watch is so expensive.
7. P’6930 The Chronograph -$10,136
This piece has a precise chronograph function in Indicator design.
Again, it has a functional and distinctive design which makes it one of the best watches out there.
The designers didn’t had to do much for the watch to be good knowing that the watch is based on the hard work of Porsche Design when they worked on the P’6910 Indicator Chronograph.
This piece that came out a few years ago was an extremely expensive digital chronograph watch.
And today it still keeps its place as one of the most expensive Porsche Design watches.
6. P’6780 Diver -$10,200
This waterproof up to 1,000 meters has an extremely high level of functionality and safety in a distinctive design.
The Porsche Design P’6780 Diver watch is a fantastic timepiece for those able to appreciate what it does and where it came from.
Released as a brand new piece in 2010, though watch lovers recognized the case and much of the design of a watch that Eterna released back in 2008, the watch had a price tag of almost 10,000.
P’6780 Diver is one of the best watches Porsche Design has ever released.
Would you buy this expensive watch for your husband/lover/father/brother, or any special man from your life?
5. P’6620 Dashboard- $28,869
If you drive a Porsche you must have P’6620 Dashboard at your wrist.
It has a gauge-inspired dial, which boasts date, chronograph and tachometer functions.
Plus, its elongated, dedicated stop/stap buttons makes the watch functionality easier.
The piece of resistance comes from the sapphire crystal feature. Its resistance to water is about 330 feet, clear back, 44 millimeter size, and lightweight titanium case and bracelet that come in silver or a PVD-coated black.
4. P’6920 Rattrapante Limited Edition- $30,743
The Porsche Design P´6920 Rattrapante Limited Edition is a mechanical flyback chronograph that allows the user to precisely measure and display intermediate times as often as required.
The P´6920 Rattrapante Limited Edition is dependably powered by the ETA Valjoux 7750 precision movement with AR2 Rattrapante module and COSC certification.
Its chronometer features an automatic, double-sided winding system developed by Eterna for the Indicator with an energy-optimized Porsche Design rotor and a 48-hour power reserve.
The P´6920 Rattrapante Limited Edition is based on the design of the P´6910 Indicator.
It is limited to 200 pieces as a PVD [Physical Vapor Deposition] -coated titanium version and in combination with classic, elegant 18-karat pink gold limited to 50 pieces.
3. P’6750 Worldtimer- $35,285
The P’6750 Worldtimer is the first timepiece with a time zone changing function at the touch of a button.
It gives you the feeling of timeless through is modern and classy design.
You know what they say about the ‘devil is in the details’, right? Well, this watch is the perfect example of it.
The highly distinctive spirit of the first chronographs designed by Professor Ferdinand Alexander Porsche in 1972 has been well and truly respected.
The modern man will appreciate the original function of the second time zone, indicating local time in 24 cities around the world.
The innovative module makes this timepiece even more user-friendly and legible. The Worldtimer P’6750 is subtly underscored by its matt or black titanium case.
2. P’6910 Indicator -$166,803
You are by now used to the luxurious design and functionality of the Porsche Design watches and this P’6910 Indicator is not an exception.
It combines chronograph functions with a genuinely mechanical jumping digital display.
Even at a quick glance the stop hours, minutes and seconds can be captured with absolute certainty up to a total stoppage time of 9:59 hours.
This absolute innovation in the area of mechanical watches is made possible by the most complex commercial wristwatch movement in the world that does its work inside this extraordinary timepiece.
1. P’6910 Indicator in rose gold -$269,451
Number one, the most expensive Porsche Design watch is P’6910 Indicator but this time comes in rose gold.
This expensive watch is made out of 800 individual parts and was developed by 12 engineers and watchmakers.
They managed to create the world’s first chronograph with mechanical-digital stopwatch function display.
It can record up to 9 hours and 59 minutes.
In 2008 the Indicator, was available in three design variants, and presented in rose gold with PVD coated titanium.
If you like the watches by Porsche but simply do not have a quarter million dollars to spend on a wristwatch we recommend you check out the following watches. We’re sure you’ll find something that fits you Aluxer!
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Which ones of these expensive watches would you chose to wear at your wrist?