of Munich, like most small watch manufacturers, has a controlled yearly output – in the ballpark of 200 or less. The simple reason is because only one man assembles and tests UTS watches. His name is Nicolaus Spinner. Mr Spinner does it all – from designing, to engineering, to assembly. Clearly when you buy a UTS timepiece you are taking comfort in knowing that Mr. Spinner built the machine.
Their latest offering, the UTS Stealth PVD Diver, is bomb like. The features are simple and striking. The engine, an automatic ETA caliber 2824-2 movement, is housed in black PVD coated case stainless steel that is fabricated from a solid block of stainless steel. The UT Stealth PVD Diver is as simple as that.
Thank you Mr. Spinner and UTS for another salary killer.
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