Andreas Strehler first took an apprenticeship as a watchmaker in 1987, at Frauenfeld school, Solothurn Switzerland. By 1991, he garnered 4 years of experience as a head prototypist at Renaud et Papi. In the year 1995, he officially became an independent watchmaker.
From 1999 till now, Andreas Strehler crafted several renowned horological wonders such as The Zwei, Opus7, Papillon, Montre Anniversaire, Cocon, Chapter Three Reveal, Sauterelle, Sauterelle à Lune Perpetuelle, Papillon d’Or, Time Shadow, Lune Exact, Sauterelle à heure mondiale, and the Trans Axial Tourbillon.
In 2005, he founded UhrTeil AG, an engineering firm that is the manufacturing extension of Andreas Strehler watches, movements, and more. The watchmaker has patents for compensating carbon balance and an alternate display and also developed the Chronoswiss movement, Maurice Lacroix manufacture movement and among others the H.Moser & Cie base movements.