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Uster Tester 6 wins Red Dot Design Award 2016
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Apr '16
Uster Tester 6
Uster Tester 6
Switzerland based Uster Technologies won the Red Dot Design Award 2016 for its yarn testing instrument, Uster Tester 6, according to a company press release.

The Uster Tester 6 won the award for its ideal blend of functionality and distinctive looks.

 The Tester 6 is the pulse of a new generation in yarn testing. This sixth generation of the Uster Tester incorporates the Uster Quality Expert, an essential tool for quality management, creating the brand-new Total Testing Center. Accurate laboratory test results from the Uster Tester 6 are the starting point for Total Testing.

“Functionality, reliability, accuracy and user-friendliness have always been the top priorities in Uster product development, and this approach continues now and in future. However, we also admit that it is our ambition to manufacture the best-looking instruments too,” said Gabriela Peters, product manager yarn testing within Uster Technologies.

Peters further said, “We are proud to be a winner of the Red Dot Design Award 2016 but it will always make us even more proud when customers report how the Uster Tester 6 has helped to sustain their business success thanks to the Total Testing Center and other innovative features. Positive feedback of this kind is the best award Uster could ever receive.”

The Red Dot product design competition this year saw 41 experts from all over the globe. The jury members included ICE and Transrapid designer Alexander Neumeister, fashion icon Jimmy Choo and automotive design legend Chris Bangle. Winners of the Red Dot Design Award 2016 will also be set down for posterity in the Red Dot Design Yearbook 2016/2017. Their products will also be exhibited in the Red Dot Design Museum in Essen, Germany. (HO)

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