The watchmakers of Porsche Design have designed the new 1919 Globetimer UTC, which aims to deliver a world time watch that combines simplified functions and optimized display clarity.
In this new timepiece, the local time can be set conveniently with the help of ergonomic buttons. Each press of these buttons will move the short local clockwise clockwise or counterclockwise. When flying east, each time you press the “+” button, the second time zone will be separated by one hour. When flying west, press the “-” button to move the UTC pointer in the opposite direction.
The day/night dial on the left side of the dial is used as an AM/PM indicator to help the wearer set the correct half of the day in the new time zone. During the day, white spots appear here, while at night the aperture remains black.
The date linked to local time will automatically move forward or backward when necessary. Minute and local time displays are not affected by local time adjustment.
The tip of the arrow is easy to recognize, and the pointer indicating the local time rotates once every 24 hours, at a glance, whether it is day or night.
With a screw-in crown, the case can withstand water pressure up to 10 bar and measures 42.00 mm x 14.90 mm. It is characterized by a gap at the attachment of the strap that enhances the lightness. replica Porsche Design
Seven times anti-reflective coating and additional hard coating treatment can protect the sapphire crystal.
The automatic Werk 04.110 movement based on Sellita Calibre SW 200 beats at a frequency of 4 Hz (28,800 vibrations per hour) and has a bi-directional winding rotor to ensure a 38-hour power reserve.
The front of the movement is equipped with a time zone mechanism specifically designed and developed for Porsche, designed to support the button mechanism.
The timing accuracy of each movement has been certified by the Swiss Official Astronomical cheapest watches Testing Institute (COSC), and has been continuously tested for 15 days at five different locations and three different temperatures. The back cover shows 24 global time zones.