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The Hammerhead 2
The Hammerhead was first launched by Zelos in 2016. It was an all new design that hearkened to the glory days of dive watches of the 1970s, but made with the latest in watchmaking technology. We are proud to introduce the Hammerhead 2, a long awaited update to the original design. The case now features a Helium escape valve, dual C3 and BGW9 lume on the hands and overall improved build quality. Meteorite was also introduced as a dial on the Hammerhead, and we wanted to top this off with a first for the watch industry, a Meteorite dive bezel.
The chunky case offered in CUSN8 Bronze or 316L Steel is water resistant to 1000m. Its unique facets are fully CNC machined for precision and the sharp lines that the Hammerhead is known for. 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. The large, lumed crown is suitable for operation with gloves on, yet strategically offset to prevent discomfort on the wrist.
Ceramic/Bronze/SS bezel inserts depending on model
High Double domed Sapphire with inner AR coating
44mm Case excluding crown. 22mm Lug Width
48mm Lug to Lug length
17mm Height, 15mm excluding crystal
Seiko NH35 Automatic movement with Solid Caseback or ETA 2892 with Sapphire display back and custom rotor
120 Click Unidirectional bezel
C3 Lumed Screw Down Crown
C3 X1 and BGW9 Lumed Bezel, Dial and Dual Lume Hands
Introducing the first ever Meteorite bezel insert in a timepiece, an all new development for the Hammerhead 2. The intricate Widmanstätten patterns from the Muonionalusta Meteorite were introduced in the dials of the original Hammerhead, and we wanted to further highlight these with a matching Meteorite bezel insert. This insert has been treated to prevent any rust that such meteorites are prone to.
Each and every piece of Meteorite used for the bezel and dial has a unique pattern, cut from a material that landed on the Earth over a million years ago.