Yema’s Superman was originally released in the 1960s and is an iconic timepiece. This new version runs Yema’s own GMT movement and looks like a solid and handsome throwback with a great design.

The Superman 500 runs Yema’s own GMT Caliber YEMA3000. It features a clever locking 24-hour bezel that has been part of the Superman line since the beginning.

The Superman 500 comes in three styles – a Pepsi style 24-hour bezel, a black and white one, and a dark “Batman” model. It’s got amazing lume and features Yema’s “shovel” seconds hand and a bold red GMT hand.

As a huge GMT fan, I’m excited to take this thing for a spin when it ships in October. The company is offering a 200-piece numbered limited edition and is offering the watch for pre-order now. The watch is $1259 on a leather strap, $1,399 on a steel bracelet, and $1,429 on a rubber strap.

By John Biggs

John lives in Brooklyn and has loved watches since he got his first Swatch Irony automatic in 1998. He is the editor of WristWatchReview.

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