Zodiac's Super Sea Wolf is among the world's very first dedicated commercial dive watches, but it's regularly foregone the traditionally monochromatic, purely functional diver look. Colorful dive equipment from the 1960s and '70s inspired some vibrant interpretations that have translated into lively dials and bezels today. Following previous GMT versions in striking shades, the newest has a summery orange and white colorway —which we'll go ahead and call "creamsicle" — and was chosen by polling Zodiac diehards on social media.
With a 40mm-wide steel case, the bezel provides cheerful pop of orange on the wrist, backed up by dial highlights of the same hue. Against a silver dial, the orange GMT hand stands out and helps track a second time zone in a 24-hour format using the watch's bezel — putting this watch's GMT functionality ahead of its diving use, though it remains sufficiently water-resistant to 200m.
Time-telling and the GMT function are provided by the ETA 2893-2 automatic movement. Like a creamsicle (orange popsicle with vanilla ice cream inside), the Zodiac Super Sea Wolf GMT in this variation screams fun and summer vibes. You can pick one up on a matching steel bracelet for $1,695 directly from the brand online.