3000M Dive Watch
The original German Made UTS 3000M Divers Watch.
When it comes to Dive Watches UTS started out deep, 3,000M to be exact. Believe it or not this is the first divers watch UTS made. Made as a technical challenge to mechanical engineer Herr. Spinner. And built like no other divers watch on the market, achieving the extreme depth rating of 3,000M without the use of a Helium Escape Valve! And Still made today by hand.
The massive 42MM solid surgical grade stainless steel case with 5MM thick A/R coated sapphire crystal is extreme yet elegant. The UTS 3000M Diver has no equal. With a divers watch bezel affixed by screws locks by a ceramic ball bearing mechanism at 2’Oclock. A screw down crown is located at 3’Oclock; And because extreme depths require extreme engineering, the 5MM thick sapphire crystal is not only glued into the case it is held in by a massive stainless steel ring further affixed by 7 additional hex screws. Like all UTS Watches our in-house made case is built on premises in Germany.
The 3000M rating is typical conservative rating of an engineer. Each watch is tested well beyond the printed specifications. All of our watches feature our in-house case construction. Thick sapphire crystal with A/R coating on underside to insure scratch-proof viewing of the highly legible dial. A well thought out crown with thick grooves for easy gripping of turning bezel are just some of the highlights. For the UTS 3000M price contact us.
The 3000m Professional is an outstanding watch. The design is elegant and functional. Construction without a Helium relief valve makes it a cut above the rest - what a truly great design. The locking bezel that cannot be dislodged is also a design breakthrough. This is a watch that could only be outdone by Herr Spinner himself. This is a diving watch that delivers and will continue to deliver for centuries. In a thousand years from now the UTS watch case will still be intact and still keep the water out!
King of the Hill
I've purchased three UTS watches from Stephen over the last few years. The 3000M totally blew me away. I own many divers watches and the 3000M is my favorite watch, period!