Porsche Design Compass Watch for Luxe Travelers
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The first compass watch was made in 1978 by Professor Ferdinand Alexander Porsche. Now, over three decades later, Porsche Design is introducing their similar creation, the P’6520 Compass Watch. Obviously made to meet today’s standards of quality and design, the watch features a black titanium case, a black dial and white hands and hour markers. The second hand is red, to bring a little dynamism to the minimalist design.
Underneath the timepiece there is a liquid compass, ready to give you directions in both hemispheres. A cleverly positioned mirror helps you read the compass while the watch rests on your wrist. Water resistant to 50 meters, the timepiece is powered by a Swiss automatic Sellita caliber movement SW300 and has a 42-hour power reserve. No word on the price just yet.