The Uhr-Kraft Dualtimer 54 Classic Watch
Price: $1050.00 USD
The watch is a timeless piece of art. With smartphones and mobile technology, people have different ways of telling time. Applications and displays, devices and screens, but telling time has become too complicated, technical, and taking away from the origins of one of the best fashion accessories you can have. The watch.
“Time is what we want most, but what we use worst.” ― William Penn
In this case, it’s true, we don’t have time, we don’t usually make time for timeless pieces when we are shopping, we are focused on the most up-to-date technology and additional conveniences. But Uhr-Kraft wants to change all of that.
Their slogan, “Time to be different”, wants to bring back the individuality of the people who wear these watches.
Enter The Uhr-Kraft Dualtimer 54 Chronograph Watch
Enter the Uhr-Kraft Dualtimer 54 Classic Watch.
With precise workmanship mixed with classic design, Uhr-Kraft really showcases the company as passionate about being different, yet refined.
About Uhr-Kraft Watches
Each of these timepieces is limited to a production of 2,500 pieces per model worldwide and are engraved with the running number on the case to let you know which exact watch you have purchased in that production.
The movements are Swiss quartz and the timepieces are made from German Quality Sealed steel with a sapphire crystal that can be an option. Each watch comes with a 2 or 3-year warranty and all timepieces are made in Germany and shipped over to Canada.
The Uhr-Kraft Dualtimer 54 Classic watch has mineral crystal, it’s water resistance and some highlights of the watch include: the XXL format with a 54 mm case diameter and 2 crowns with a practical stop-watch function.
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