Zodiac Super Sea Wolf Skeleton: The Left Field Choice

Some may say that the Zodiac brand itself is a left field choice. You won’t impress anyone with a Zodiac on your wrist, in fact most of the general population wouldn’t know a Zodiac watch from a Zodiac V6 car. It’s a great watch brand nevertheless, with lots of heritage behind it, so the Super Sea Wolf is worth a look, although skeleton dial watches with Pride colourways are ten a penny online these days.

It’s a stock spec; 40mm case, sapphire crystal, steel bracelet, see-thru caseback and a screw-on caseback. The target logo is on the winding crown and the bracelet, plus there’s a fancy box with this model. Does all that add up to $1,895 of value? Hell no. It’s ridiculously overpriced. Inside this watch is an STP automatic movement that has its roots in the classic ETA 2824 series. Power reserve is 44 hours, which is nothing special compared to the Tissot 80 hours auto movements inside their handsome Seastar dive watches. Which retail from about £800 online by the way.

It’s a limited edition of 300 pieces if that makes any difference.

Verdict; Another miss from Zodiac and you wonder if Fossil really knows what to do with this potentially premium Swiss brand.

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