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Reviewing the Zodiac Super Sea Wolf World Time With Black Bezel

Zodiac aims to fill a gap in the market for an affordable GMT watch with the additional functionality of a bidirectional rotating bezel mapped with 24 world cities for superior time zone tracking


Everyone needs a watch like the Zodiac Limited Edition Sea Wolf World Time - for sheer globetrotting functionality if for nothing else. Earlier this year, Zodiac released a red bezel variation and a black bezel variation – each with a slightly different dial colour. The two variations are both limited to 500 pieces worldwide and are powered by an automatic movement. They combine a GMT function with 24 world cities around a bidirectional rotating bezel for keeping track of home time, local time and the remaining 23 world cities at a glance. What makes it unusual, you ask? Its price point is paired with a very subtle retro vibe, having been inspired by an earlier 1970s Zodiac travel watch. Meet the new Zodiac Limited Edition Super Sea Wolf World Time watches – in particular, the black bezel variation that goes by the reference ZO9409.



Nothing beats a world timer. Sure, a GMT watch will get you from A to B whilst accurately keeping track of home time as you adjust to your local time depending on where in the world you are. But what if your destinations change frequently? What then? Well – there’s a world time watch, normally characterized by several world cities. The only downside is that this kind of travel tool comes attached to a pretty high price tag. Well, that was until Zodiac released the new Super Sea Wolf World Time watch.


A watch that tells local time, home time and tracks another 23 global destinations simultaneously is a pretty useful tool to own if you happen to travel for business or pleasure a lot. If not, then the Zodiac Sea Wolf World Time watch will still suffice as a very stylish timepiece for everyday wear. That’s the beauty of this watch. Inspired by a much older model – one from the 70s – the Sea Wolf World Time watch by Zodiac makes owning a travel watch a lot more accessible than one would expect. Gone are the days where a world time or GMT watch appealed to a much smaller and exclusive clientele. More people are travelling these days, and despite the global pandemic, people are pretty keen to resume with some sort of normal way of life. For some – this normality it to travel. Whether you’re retired and want to spend half of the year on much sunnier turf, or whether you need a world time watch for much more practical requirements – the Zodiac Super Sea Wolf World Time watch is changing the way we look at travel watches. It’s breaking down the misconception that world time watches are only for those with big money. It’s reinventing the codes of watch wearing, especially for travel.



The new limited edition Zodiac Limited Edition Sea Wolf World Time watch is a straightforward take on the brand’s skin dive formula but comes with a new feature-packed spec. It’s a three-handed model with a date aperture, a GMT function and 23 world cities for effortless tracking of time regardless of what part of the world you find yourself in. It’s also a very practical tool for those wanting to keep in touch with family life whilst on the move.


Its 40mm stainless steel case holds an impeccable self-winding movement at its centre. The Soprod C125 movement is an automatic engine with 25 jewels and the capability to offer a power reserve of 42 hours. It also beats at a rate of 28,800 vibrations per hour whilst concealed behind a solid steel caseback engraved with the Zodiac name and logo upon its surface. The engine propels a set of Super-LumiNova-coated central hour and minute hands across a rich putty grey dial. The hands have a squared-off tip to match the character of the luminous-coated baton indexes around the hour track. In addition to this, there’s a red and white GMT hand and a silver 24-hour track around the flange that can be aligned with one of the 24 world cities around the model’s black-coloured bidirectional rotating bezel. Here, you can keep on track of local time as well as home time, but also keep track of the remaining 23 world cities at a quick glance. A date aperture is positioned at 3 o’clock, protected underneath a lens crafted from scratch-resistant and anti-reflective sapphire crystal glass. The men's 40mm Zodiac Limited Edition Sea Wolf World Time watch with a classic black bezel is fitted on a sophisticated brushed stainless steel bracelet, securing with a folding clasp engraved with the iconic Zodiac logo.



For more information on the new black bezel version of the Zodiac Limited Edition Super Sea Wolf World Time watch or its red bezel counterpart, you can call our Jura Watches sales team today on 01335 453453


Technical specifications of the Zodiac Limited Edition Sea Wolf World Time Red Bezel watch

  • Case: 40mm – stainless steel – bidirectional rotating black bezel with 24 world cities – 200-meter water-resistant – anti-reflective sapphire crystal glass front
  • Dial: Silver – sunray – Super-LumiNova-treated hour markers and hands – silver 24-hour flange, red and white GMT hand – date window at 3 o’clock
  • Movement; Soprad C125 movement – self-winding – 28,800 v.p.h – 42-hour power reserve
  • Strap: Brushed stainless steel bracelet - folding clasp – engraved with the Zodiac logo
  • Reference; ZO9409
  • Availability: Limited to 500 pieces worldwide
  • Price: £1,499
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