Since its resurrection by Fossil more than a decade ago, Zodiac has rediscovered the heritage that made it such a collectible. It comes down to simplicity and dependability. No one needs a watch that’s so complicated you can’t tell the time, and any watch that can’t stand up to daily rigor isn’t worth the investment anyway.
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An homage to the original Zodiac Pilot watch from the 60’s, the Jetomatic’s bold numerals, Super-LumiNova indexes, and blue-and-white dial are exquisite—but it’s the exhibition case back that displays the inner workings of the STP3-13 movement that’s the real hook here.
Automatic Two-Tone Stainless Steel Super Sea Wolf
If you’re going to wear a classic dive watch, you may as well wear THE classic dive watch. Classy and confident, this is the ultimate tool timepiece, designed to work as well underwater as it looks at the office.
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Grandrally Brown Leather
Not too fancy, not too casual, and just the right price, the ZO9603 is an extremely wearable timepiece. This medium-weight (41.5mm) watch features a cream sunray dial with red and gray details, 10 ATM water resistance rating, and brown leather strap.
Olympos Three-Hand Date Black Leather
A perfect blend of form and function, the Olympos looks classy enough for a black-tie affair or right at home at a three-martini lunch. Originally launched in 1961, it’s the silver tones and black leather that make it a standout. And, it’s water-resistant to five atmospheres. Who says elegance isn’t tough?
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Automatic Stainless Steel Super Sea Wolf
With a contemporary facade and a classic silhouette, this Wolf is ready to take its place at the front of your collection. Ideal for a day at the beach or a night on the town, it’s got both panache and practicality.