Since 1882, Zodiac Watches has been a truly innovative force in the world of watchmaking. Founded by Ariste Calame in Le Locle, Switzerland, Zodiac was a pioneer in the worlds of automatic watches, “mystery” watches, electronic and even quartz watches. Now, under the wing of Fossil, Zodiac has been working hard to bring this rich history to the surface by recreating their iconic timepieces to new standards. Affordable, luxurious timepieces, Zodiac watches perfectly straddle the line between vintage style and modern functionality.
Perhaps the most notable watch in their archives, Zodiac created one of the earliest rotating bezel divers with the Sea Wolf in 1953. Popular with divers, recreational users, and soldiers of the day, the Sea Wolf is one of the most influential timepieces of the mid-twentieth century. It was the first dive watch marketed to the masses and was featured in the World’s Fair of 1964 at the Swiss pavilion. In their current line up, the Sea Wolf sits front and center, still a great example of classic dive watch design.