Travel wise, the past few weeks have been incredibly busy. From a whirlwind of a weekend in Brooklyn for WindUp NYC, to hopping on a flight across the country for a press trip in sunny Hollywood, CA. From there, a flight back to home-base in New Jersey, where I stayed briefly only to get ready for a road trip to Boston. There was also a short stint in Connecticut before finally returning home and back to the comforts of my own bed. Oh and by the way, between all of that, I’ve had an eight month old baby boy keeping me on my toes. As you can imagine, this might not be an environment conducive to keeping a watch in pristine condition. Factoring in the flying luggage going into overhead bins, moving around in unfamiliar hotel rooms, and carrying a little one around, there’s surely a moment in there where a watch could would pick up a scratch or two. Scratches build character and add memories to a watch after all, right? (insert nervous laughter here) But none of the above would prove to be a problem. Why? For the bulk of the time, I was wearing the new Zodiac Super Sea Wolf Ceramic.
The Zodiac Super Sea Wolf is no slouch in the dive watch department. It has great size, solid water resistance, and a brand name that has legitimate dive watch chops that dates back to 1953 when the Zodiac Sea Wolf was introduced. But more recently, the Zodiac Super Sea Wolf has been known to be a canvas for clever uses of vibrant color on their dials and bezels. It’s clear that the brand isn’t afraid to let their hair down a bit. And in my opinion, nothing proves that more when Zodiac let us do our own version of the Super Sea Wolf last year which combined various colors and textures found in the gear that we love. It seems that Zodiac is keen on experimenting with different materials as well. They now have a Super Sea Wolf with a meteorite dial, a limited edition furnished out of titanium, and their latest foray with a new material, the Super Sea Wolf Ceramic.