Hammerhead Titanium 1000m Meteorite
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The Hammerhead 1000m Diver
The 1970s. Demand for dive watches swelled along with the rise of sport diving. A dive watch was essential piece of equipment to measure elapsed times before the advent of dive computers.
Our Design Philosophy
The Hammerhead hearkens to the glory days of dive watches. The distinctive cushion shaped case, once common among many dive watches, has been given an angular facelift. A high double domed crystal tops off the vintage influences for the Hammerhead.
Ceramics, or Zirconium Oxide to be specific, was chosen for the bezel insert due to its legendary hardness of ~1500 Vickers.
The dial of the Hammerhead was designed to be both functional yet unique. It is made from 2 layers, with the outer minute layer fully coated in BGW9 lume. The top layer is circular brushed for a lovely texture which is emphasized in sunlight. Hour markers have been custom designed to be as tall as possible to increase the depth and visual interest of the dial.
Meteorite is a metal approximately 4.5 billion years old with a striking design unlike any other material. Each and every meteorite dial has a different pattern, otherwise known as the Widmanstatten Patterns. This is formed over millions of years of slow cooling, and cannot be reproduced synthetically. We use material from the Muonionalusta meteorite which is found in Sweden and landed over a million years ago.
Comes packaged in a wooden box and canvas travel roll. Each watch will come with 2 extra straps, a canvas strap and a vintage leather strap.