How do you create a modern cult watch? Well, ask Zodiac, because that’s what they’ve managed to do with their Super Sea Wolf GMT. A spiritual revival of the Zodiac Aerospace GMT from the ‘60s, the Super Sea Wolf is a jet-set, dressed up version of their highly popular dive watch of the same name, featuring a bi-directional 24-hr bezel and ETA 2893-2 GMT/dual-time automatic movement. Three versions of this modern watch were previously released, each selling out in hours. Today, we’re excited to announce the newest version of the Super Sea Wolf GMT, the Sherbet, featuring a palette perfect for what’s turning out to be a scorcher of a Summer, available now at the Windup Watch Shop.
While Zodiac Watches build off of an archive of iconic vintage watches, what perhaps sets them apart from other heritage brands is their willingness to use those original designs as canvases for new and exotic concepts. Not scared of color, they have come up with some combinations that are unique, surprising, and even at times shocking. Bright greens, faded pinks, white, blue, orange – you name it, they’ve likely used it. Why do I bring this up? Because it’s with this in mind that we take a look at the new bright and bold Super Sea Wolf GMT.