PS Design - 901 Edition Mechanical Timepiece

Porsche 901
Porsche 901 was the name originally intended for the Porsche 911 that was launched at the 1963 Frankfurt Motor Show as the successor to its 356 series to wide acclaim. With Peugeot claiming the rights for all three model numbers with a ‘0’ in the middle, Porsche simply replaced the ‘0’ with a ‘1’, therefore becoming the 911.

Porsche 901 – 50 celebrating 50 years
Paul Stephens Design together with a traditional English watchmaker has created a unique mechanical timepiece to celebrate 50 years of this extremely rare and significant Porsche. The design is inspired by simple clean instruments of the original 901, whilst the movement is a genuine Swiss ETA re-commissioned period item from the same era.

Just 50 individually numbered pieces were produced, and each was created and hand assembled in England ensuring extreme quality and exclusivity.

Technical specification for the Edition 901
Designed and manufactured in England with a period Swiss ETA mechanical automatic movement. Hand setting by crown on a leather strap.

No longer available.


Case: Case AND caseback 2 piece manufactured in 316 stainless steel measuring 43mm in diameter. Caseback engraved with PS logo and individual serial number.

Waterproof Crown: Machined in stainless steel with PS logo engraved. Diameter 8mm.

Glass: Domed mineral glass, 36mm in diameter.

Dial: Machined brass dial blank with applied chrome ring, printed in 3 colours.

Hands: Hour, minute and seconds hand machined from brass and painted.

Movement: ETA 2451 mechanical automatic movement with power reserve of approximately 36 hours, movement gear train count 18000, driving hour, minute and seconds hand.

Strap: Buffalo calf leather strap with stainless steel buckle with PS logo.