With its impressive water resistance rating of 50 ATM and a nicely executed cushion-shaped body, the new UTS Adventure GMT diver is the first timepiece from the German brand that can be used not only as a tool, but as an accessory, too (of course, only if you don’t mind its hefty weight and the deliberately oversized body, which is around 46 millimeters in width).
UTS Watches has built its reputation as the maker of elite diving tools by designing timekeepers that successfully combine well-designed cases, highly readable dials, high-quality movements, and relatively affordable prices. In other words, the watchmaker has been selling products with good value. Recently, the Munich-based watchmaker has released their new UTS 2000M Pacific Horizon Blue limited-edition super-diver with an official depth rating of two thousand meters. That’s almost 6600 feet of water pressure of 200kg/cm2: something that you don’t see that often in your average boutique.
To mark its 10th anniversary, UTS Watches has created a special-edition version of its Bauhaus-styled (or, at least, deliberately minimalistic in the layout of its dial)1000M Diver. Still offered in a slightly oversized 43-mm stainless steel case and powered by the same time-proven ETA 2824-2 automatic movement, the 10th Anniversary edition offers rugged, simple design of its exterior that, together with its impressive water resistance rating and quality movement, makes this new device an almost perfect “tool” (of course, only if you are ready to pay for this “tool” a price of a slightly used Omega Seamaster.)