Porsche Design x Huawei Smartwatch

Aug 9, 2017

Category: Tech

The folks at Porsche Design have been very busy lately, releasing everything from a computer to tailpipe-inspired speakers this year. And it looks like they’re staying busy, as evidenced by their latest release and collaboration with tech-giant Huawei: their first ever smartwatch.

The Porsche Design smartwatch is about as capable as any other high-end offering on the market right now – offering touch screen operation, fitness tracking, abrasion resistance, IP68 water resistance, and GPS tracking. But it also has something other offerings don’t: the Porsche touch. This watch is slick with a DLC finish, a comfortable hybrid leather-rubber strap, and inspiration drawn from the dashboards of their famous sports cars. But you’ll pay for this level of tech and style integration – about $926, to be exact.

Purchase: $926

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