One of nature’s most eccentric designs with its distinctive head, flattened and laterally extended into a hammer-shape, known as a cephalofoil; the Hammerhead shark has gone through 20 million years of evolution.

One of LeJOUR’s most classic case designs to date, with its distinctive cushion-shape, finished with a mix of satin brushed and highly polished surfaces; the new Hammerhead draws upon a 40-decades-old aesthetic.

Like its namesake the LeJOUR Hammerhead, has been engineered to patrol the oceans; the 1970s inspired retro diver has a 316L Stainless steel case with 200 meters of water-resistance.

The case while vintage in its style is equipped with all the modern-day accoutrement that you might expect to find on a high-quality diver’s watch.

It comes with a120-click unidirectional, rotational diver’s bezel with a premium quality ceramic insert and luminous dive-time scale.

The case’s dimensions are as follows: a diameter of 42mm (excl. crown) a height of 14mm (incl. crystal and case-back) and a lug-to-lug measurement of 48mm.

A domed Sapphire crystal covers the Hammerhead’s 70s-inspired dial with its generously sized appliqué indices and hands, slightly deepened and filled with Swiss SuperLuminova.

The Sunburst effect dial with its date aperture at 3 o’clock comes in four colors: LJ-HH-001 black, LJ-HH-002 blue, LJ-HH-003 grey, LJ-HH-004 green.

The dial also features a rehaut in white with a 15-min scale in either: red, blue or black depending on which model.

On the reverse side of the case is a 3D engraved hammerhead shark along with the watch’s name “HAMMERHEAD”.

Powering the Hammerhead collection is an ETA 2824 Swiss automatic movement with 25 jewels beating at 28,800 vibrations per hour at 4Hz.

All models from the LeJOUR Hammerhead collection are fitted with a 316L Stainless steel 3-link bracelet with diver’s LeJOUR signed security claps.

The watches of the new Hammerhead collection have an MSRP of 800USD. Follow the link HERE or the one embedded, below for more info. on the LeJOUR Hammerhead.

Thoughts? LeJOUR’s fourth model is my favorite. For starters who doesn’t like hammerheads but that aside they have gone for a classic cushion shape which is always a crowd pleaser.

However it’s the dial design and layout that speaks to me the most. I absolutely love the handset and markers as well as the single line of text.

Of course I would have gone no date it if was up to me but it’s still super sharp. Mine’s green with blue a close second. How about you???