The Sea Wolf is Zodiac's most important and iconic watch design. First released in 1953, it is one of the watches that has defined the modern dive watch. Featuring a rotating bezel, large lumed markers and hands, and a steel bracelet, it had all of the elements needed for a diver. It was also the first watch marketed to consumers rather than specialists, with dive-specific features. The modern Super Sea Wolfs draw directly from the original, but with an updated 40mm case, specs and an eye for color and style.
The Special Edition Super Sea Wolf Aquamarine Dream is a collaboration between Zodiac and the founder of A Blog to Watch, Ariel Adams. Inspired by the colors found while diving in the Bahamas, the Aquamarine Dream features a calming palette of greens and teals, as well as dial markers with softened edges. On the case back, in Mr. Adams’ own handwriting is the line “I’d rather be swimming,” a sentiment this watch surely invokes. In addition to a steel bracelet, the watch comes with a matching teal rubber strap.
Powering the Aquamarine Dream is a chronometer-rated STP 3-13 caliber. This Swiss-made automatic movement features 26-jewels, swan-neck regulator, hand-winding, hacking seconds, and a power reserve of 44hr and a frequency of 28,800 bph for a smooth sweeping seconds hand.
- Case: Polished and Brushed steel
- Dial: Aquamarine
- Movement: Chronometer-Rated STP 3-13
- Winding: Automatic
- Lens: Domed Sapphire
- Strap: 5-link bracelet + Rubber Strap
- Water Res.: 200M
- Diameter: 40mm
- Length: 49mm
- Thickness: 13.6mm
- Lug Width: 20mm
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.