Hammerhead Titanium 1000m Diver

The Hammerhead

The 1970s. Demand for dive watches swelled along with the rise of sport diving. A dive watch was an essential piece of equipment to measure elapsed times before the advent of dive computers. The Hammerhead was first introduced in Bronze and Stainless Steel. We are now proud to launch the Hammerhead in full Titanium, a material that is valued due to its strength yet light weight. This makes the Hammerhead on bracelet far lighter and more wearable as compared to the stainless steel versions.

The case and bracelet finish has also been updated, with all surfaces receving a matte sandblast or brushed finish. Previous editions had a polished and brushed finish.

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.

Dial Details

The dial of the Hammerhead was designed to be both functional yet unique. It forms two 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.


Package :

Canvas Travel Roll

Vintage leather Strap

Canvas Strap

Wooden Box




Titanium Case and Bracelet

Quick Adjust Diver's Clasp in Sandblasted Steel

Alternating Brushed and Sandblast Finish

Ceramic (1500 Vickers)

High Double domed Sapphire with inner AR coating

44mm Case excluding crown. 22mm Lug Width

49mm Lug to Lug length

17mm Height, 14.5mm excluding crystal

1000m Water Resistant

Seiko NH35 Automatic movement

120 Click Unidirectional bezel

C3 Lumed Screw Down Crown

C3 and BGW9 Lumed Bezel, Dial and Hands

Coal Black

Cobalt Blue


Limited Edition Submarine Dial

This limited edition of only 80 pieces feature a dial sliced from an actual piece of nuclear submarine hull. This submarine served from 1976 till its decommissioning in 2011 and it was the first of its class.

In addition to the historic dial material, the case features an engraving of the submarine on its side. The caseback depicts a submarine doing an ‘Emergency Blow’. The usual 1000m depth rating on the dial has also been changed to further commemorate the submarine from which the steel was taken.