Porsche Design Monobloc Actuator Watch

Most chronographs have pushers to operate the timer. The Porsche Design Monobloc Actuator Watch has them too — they're just integrated right into the 45.5 mm titanium case. Around the crown, you'll notice two subtle seams, the only hint that the entire piece pivots on a rocker out over the sapphire crystal to serve the same function as the missing pushers. It's powered by a modified Valjoux/ETA 7754 movement, arrives on either a natural rubber strap or matching titanium bracelet, and is available with a brushed black or muted-blue dial.

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