Zodiac's Sea Wolf, released in 1953, was one of the world's first commercial dive watches. In 1966 the company followed up the Sea Wolf's success with the Aerosapce, a GMT watch that saw use among globe trotters, soldiers, and adventurers the world over.
The modern Super Sea Wolf GMT combines the best of both worlds, offering dual time zone functionality in a 40mm steel case that's water resistant to 200m. Powered by the ETA 2893-2 automatic movement, it's been released in numerous colorways, which always tend to sell out quickly.
This year's model ($1,695) features a cool "sherbert" bi-color bezel in white and orange, as well as a matching dial with orange-tipped indices coated in Super-LumiNova. In addition to that dual-time zone functionality, you also get a matching steel Oyster-style bracelet, a screw-down crown, a sapphire crystal with anti-reflective coating, and a two-year warranty.
Huckberry still has some stock of the "sherbert" left, so if you're looking to snag one, head on over to their site. These surely won't last long!