By TLex INTRODUCING Tiburon Watches, a new start-up brand from Barcelona, Spain. Their first divers model, the Hammerhead Shark is an unassuming internal bezel diver that recalls some of the great divers of the 60s, 70s and 80s whilst incorporating a few modern touches.
Although Tiburon are Spanish watch company, they have had the Hammerhead built in Germany and fitted with a Swiss mechanical movement; namely the ETA 2824-2. The watch will be available as a Limited Edition of just 50 pieces.
The watch case, which is in Stainless steel measure 43mm x 14mm with a lug width of 20mm. It is fitted with a sapphire crystal and has a water-resistance of 200meters. The screwdown crown and operating crown for the internal bezel are with a black PVD coating.
Its orange dial is framed by the black carbon-fiber turning ring of the internal bezel. It bears the name 'hammerhead' as a tribute to the majestic hammerhead shark, which can also be found in a dramatic hand-drawn depiction engraved on the watch caseback.
Finally the TIBURON Hammerhead SHARK is supplied with both a 5-link stainless steel bracelet and an orange 70s style tropic divers strap.
It can be bought directly from tiburonwatch.com priced 499euro. TIBURON are very kindly offering all OceanicTime readers a 100euro discount on Hammerhead orders placed before May 31st. For further details please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with your requested number.