The other new models are two three-hand timepieces, the P’6350 and P’6351, and a chronograph called the P’6360. All are part of Porsche Design’s Flat Six family, distinguished by its straightforward lines and clean, dashboard-inspired dial design. The P’6350 Automatic has a 44-mm-diameter case, in either shot-blasted and polished stainless steel or shot-blasted and polished, PVD-coated stainless steel. It has a date display at 3 o’clock and the Flat Six collection’s characteristic broad hands and indices. The movement is a Sellita SW200, with a 38-hour power reserve and a frequency of 28,800 vph. The P’6360 differs substantially only in its case size: at 40 mm in diameter, Porsche Design considers it a more feminine timepiece. Both watches are available with 10 different dial colors and various types of straps.
The P’6360 Flat Six Automatic Chronograph, which has a 44-mm case, has three subdials on the left side of the dial: a 30-minute counter at 12 o’clock, a 12-hour counter at 6 o’clock and a small seconds dial at 9 o’clock. Two windows for the day and date indications are at 3 o’clock. The bevelled inner bezel has an engraved tachymeter scale that can measure speeds of 50 to 330 km/h. This watch is powered by an ETA 7750 chronograph movement with a frequency of 28,800 beats per hour and a power reserve of approximately 42 hours. As with the Automatic, its case and bracelet are in shot-blasted and polished stainless steel, or in shot-blasted and polished PVD-coated stainless steel. It’s also available with a black or white rubber strap. All the new watches are available now at Porsche Design boutiques and authorized retailers.
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