Look closely at the dials of these watches and you'll notice that the standard wave pattern has been replaced with a series of repeating hammerhead sharks. As far as I can tell, these limited edition watches are literally just made in honor of the ancient fish. Ulysse Nardin
feels a connection with hammer head sharks and wanted to solidify that in wrist watch form. The Hammerhead Shark collection includes four different watches. Each is a combo of either steel and titanium or rose and titanium. Each combo comes on either a metal bracelet or a rubber strap. The titanium and steel models are each limited to 999 pieces each, while the titanium and gold models are limited to 350 pieces each.
Aside from a the shark theme and imagery, the bezels have a unique design to them, but the rest is classic Maxie Marine Diver. The watches are 45mm wide, 200 meters water resistant, and have Ulysse Nardin automatic movements with the date, subsidiary seconds dial, and a useful power reserve indicator. I quite like the two-tone version in rose gold and titanium - it has a nice sporty look that feels luxurious without being too showy.
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