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Zodiac has stepped up its fan-favorite Super Sea Wolf GMT collection by equipping two new models with in-house movements developed with sister company Swiss Technology Production (STP). This is the first time we’ve seen the new self-winding STP 7-20 GMT movement inside a Zodiac Super Sea Wolf GMT watch.

The STP 7-20 GMT automatic movement, crafted in Biel-Bienne, Switzerland, is a “caller” GMT caliber with an independent 24-hour hand. The movement operates at 28,800 beats per hour, has 26 jewels, and supplies 40 hours of power reserve. It also has a quick-setting date and stop seconds.

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Commenting on the new Super Sea Wolf GMT, Chris Moreau, Zodiac Sr. Manager Product Development said, “It’s very exciting to launch Zodiac’s STP 7-20 GMT movement, developed and produced entirely in-house. Developing this new complication involved an extensive testing process by our team here in Switzerland. The intensive creation of this movement speaks to Zodiac’s long history and continued commitment to precision, innovation, and a legacy of exceptional watchmaking.”

The movement is fitted into a stainless steel case paired with a sapphire crystal and a signed crown. The case measures 40mm in diameter, 13.6mm thick, and 47.8mm lug-to-lug. Naturally, since these are travel-ready diving watches, water resistance is key, and the Super Sea Wolf GMT is rated to a depth of 200 meters.

The first and more subdued of the new two models draws inspiration from Zodiac’s archives, featuring a black and gray bezel and crisp sunburst dial with a red and white 24-hour hand. The other is powerfully punchy, sporting a pink and white bezel, accompanied by a pink and white 24-hour hand that pops against the black dial. The bidirectional rotating bezels of both models are made from K1 crystal, giving the Super Sea Wolf GMT its distinct personality and charm.

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The dials of the Zodiac Super Sea Wolf GMT watches are home to the customary blocky hands and prominent applied indices, all coated with Super-LumiNova for legibility in the dark. There’s also a framed date window at 3 o’clock, and both models benefit from dial color-matched disks for a seamless look.

Aside from the new in-house movement, the duo of new Super Sea Wolf GMT models also benefit from Zodiac’s classic five-link stainless steel bracelet a first for the model, adding a dressy touch to the otherwise ultra-sporty tool watch. However, the lug width measures a practical 20mm, making it easy to switch it out for another strap when the mood strikes. Lucky for you, Zodiac offers a solid selection of rubber straps in a range of styles and colors.

Perfect for the modern traveler, whether flying across the skies or plunging deep into the planet’s waters, the Super Sea Wolf GMT is ready for adventure. The inclusion of an in-house Swiss-made movement remains true to the precision and artisanship Zodiac has honed since 1882, while the dynamic design and bright pink colorway illustrate the brand’s longstanding passion for bold colors. 

The gray and black Super Sea Wolf GMT (ref.  ZO9415) and the pink and white Super Sea Wolf GMT (ref.  ZO9416) retail for $1,950 USD, both available to purchase from Zodiac’s online retail store. For more information, please visit the brand’s website. 

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