In a practice that should be adopted by more brands, Zodiac reached out to their social media followers and asked them to vote on new models/colorways. Those votes directly resulted in this limited edition model.
When the Zodiac Aerospace GMT was reissued in 2019, it instantly sold out. However, we then saw the release of the Super Sea Wolf GMT, which shared the same specs as the Aerospace GMT (read the review).
40mm x 48mm x 13mm
Orange and White GMT Bezel
ETA 2893-2 (Mechanical)
Diver/Sport, but can pull off dressy
$1,695 (Limited Edition)
Now Zodiac is releasing a new colorway of the Super Sea Wolf GMT that looks good enough to eat. The glass coated, 24 hour bezel is a 50/50 split of sherbet orange and cream resembling an iconic frozen treat. Applied indices mark the hours with a playful hint of orange that compliments the bezel and the GMT hand.
The stainless steel case is a wrist pleasing 40mm in diameter by 48mm lug to lug. The three link stainless steel bracelet is 20mm and features a high polish center link with brushed outer links. The watch is powered by the ETA 2893-2 (full specs below).
This watch carries on the tradition of Zodiac using nonstandard colors and is a great follow up to the previous versions which captured the hearts of watch enthusiasts. With 200m of water resistance, a GMT hand, and a bi-direction bezel, this is a watch that checks many boxes. For the world traveling diver, this could be your one watch.
It would also be right at home for keeping track of Grandma’s time zone while taking a swim in the backyard pool. Either way, if you are striving for the perfect three watch collection, the Super Sea Wolf GMT may be a strong contender for part of the line up.
While it is fantastic that Zodiac is tapping fans for direction on what to do next, it would be amazing to see them do something that I think many of us would like to see: release a non-LE Super Sea Wolf GMT. For now, strike while the iron is hot, or the frozen treat is cold perhaps, in this case.
Jason was catapulted into the world of watch obsession by an innocent gift from his fiancée. An accountant by trade, he is obsessed with finding the best value for money. Naturally, he gravitated towards the Two Broke Watch Snobs affordable take on watch collecting. His other interests include video games, movies, and science fiction.
2 thoughts on “Introducing The Zodiac Sherbet Orange and Cream GMT – The Super Sea Wolf You Voted For”
Oh man Zodiac take my heart and money.
It’s a great fitting watch and very nice looking. One problem is that bezel is a little difficult to use, but the big problem is that the lume is horrible. Fully charged, it’s barely legible and it doesn’t last very long at all.