I don’t know about you, but for me, I really like the various editions that Zodiac puts together of their Super Sea Wolf watches. It’s a solid watch, and the color play that they work up make for interesting looks. Their latest, the Zodiac Super Sea Wolf GMT Blackout Edition, was just released.
As far as the watch itself goes, the Zodiac Super Sea Wolf GMT Blackout Edition is the same GMT watch that we’ve seen before, and wrote about here. So, you know all about the watch (and if not, those two linked articles will fill you in). So, what’s different? Well, first off, it’s a blacked-out finish on the bracelet, case, and dial, with some lovely Tiffany blue used on the bezel and for accents.
Secondly, as you’ll notice in the title of this article, there’s another company in the mix – Timeless Luxury. They are a specialty watch store based in the Dallas/Fort Worth area (which means I’ll need to check them out the next time work travel takes me down there), and they are the exclusive retailers for the Zodiac Super Sea Wolf GMT Blackout Edition.
Now, does this sort of exclusive distribution (other brands would treat it as a boutique exclusive, to frame it properly) really matter? I mean, sure, if you’re in the DFW region, you’re in luck. But you know what? You can also get the $1,895 online as well – so you’re not quite so region-locked. To get your order in, just head on over to timelessluxwatches.com
Tech Specs from Zodiac
- Case size: 40 mm
- Case thickness: 13 mm
- Lug width: 20 mm
- Movement: Automatic
- Origin: Swiss Made
- Packaging:?Packaging: Zodiac Black Box and Cleaning Cloth
- Warranty: 2 Year International
- Water resistant: 20 ATM
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