Not only does it predate the Rolex Submariner, but it does so in style. This execution of the classic Zodiac Seawolf, in all of its 1970’s glory, is one of the best we’ve ever come across. Typically, a few major elements of these watches, after all of the wear and tear, turn sour. Often, we see cracked or cloudy bakelite bezels, dirty dials, broken hands and waterlogged movements. But this time, with this watch, we we’re incredibly lucky. Its powder blue, original bakelite bezel is nearly mint, dial as glossy and black as ever, hands in immaculate condition and movement fully serviced! Taking it a step further, its case is free of scratches or dings and its fluorescent orange accents are still, somehow pleasantly bright. I’m not sure how this watch survived, but it did.
Case Diameter: 35.5 millimeters
Lug Width: 18 millimeters
Case Material: Stainless steel
Case Condition: Great condition, sharp lugs
Dial Condition: Great condition, no damage
Bracelet: Chocolate T&H bridle leather strap
Movement: Automatic Winding