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Zodiac’s Super Sea Wolf

Zodiac’s rich history dates all the way back to 1882, and they dove deep into the archives to pull inspiration for their latest Super Sea Wolf GMT watch. Powered by Swiss-made automatic movement, this is a modern rendition of their original 1966 Aerospace GMT model that was first imagined during the heart of the Space Race.

The super stealth all-black design is a handsome twist to other dive watches that also looks great out on the town. Sleek, uniquely styled, and wickedly powerful, this is a timepiece handmade for adventures out on the water.

This bad boy is powered by a Swiss-made C125 automatic three-hand movement that winds itself with the movement of your wrist. The case is made of stainless steel, 42 mm in diameter, and water resistant up to 300 meters.

Order yours for $2,295


Panerai Submersible S Brabus Black Ops Watch

Luxury watch maker Panerai and fast boat and car maker Brabus are teaming up for a watch that speaks to both. Dubbed the Submersible S Black Ops, it’s powered by Panerai’s first-ever skeletonized automatic movement – P.4001/s. The case measures 47mm and is made from Panerai’s Carbotech material, which is also used for the signature crown guard lever. The movement powers the minute, hour, and small seconds hands, as well as a GMT function and AM/PM indicator, and is visible through the dial and sapphire crystal caseback.

Limited to just 100 pieces, it comes with a bi-material or Panerai Sportech strap and is finished with a unidirectional rotating bezel and Brabus red accents.

This limited edition collaboration can be yours for $46,200.

Porsche Configurable Watch

Sports Car for your Wrist

Porsche just unveiled a program to let you design your watch to match your car. They’ve developed a special watch configurator that lets you tailor the Porsche Design Chronotimer Series 1 luxury watch. All available configuration options are derived from the Porsche 911. The use of the high-tech material titanium is a tribute to the lightweight construction of the legendary sports car, while the color options available for the timepieces are inspired by its interior and exterior colors, and the rotors are derived from the wheel designs of the 911.

Customize from the case and the strap to personalized engraving. Once the configuration is complete, you will receive a unique code. You can then submit the code to any authorized Porsche dealer or Porsche Design retail store to order your custom-built timepiece.

Check out the Porsche Design online watch configurator to explore the multitude of combinations, and design your very own timepiece that suits you.

Porsche Configurable Watch

Here’s the custom-built Timepiece specially created by LeMans champion Hans-Joachim Stuck. His is derived from ‘his’ colors: the vibrant Speed Blue is a reference to the paintwork of his 962C and his helmet adorned with white stars. 

Porsche Configurable Watch

Your watch will be handcrafted according to your specifications at the Porsche Design watch manufacturer in Switzerland. Allow up to 12 weeks after placing the order.

Base price starts at $5,150.

Maharishi Riverine Diver Watch

With another nice entry into the affordable diver watch division, Maharishi makes a splash with this new take, the Riverine. Housed in a stainless steel case, the stylish watch face features printed branding and a colorful dragon figure, while a deep green textile strap ensures sturdy wear. The accessory comes with an extra strap in black and tools to help you change it when you fancy a different look.

$529 at End Supply.

Squale 1000m Dive Watch

The Squale 101 ATMOS Ref. 2002 watch is a remake of the original 101ATMOS from the 70s, and it’s a beast (in a good way). Made in Switzerland, the new Squale 2002 model is a 1000 meter dive watch that has the famous snap-on uni-directional bezel and 3.5mm thick sapphire crystal with a double gasket to ensure outstanding water resistance.

The unique black bezel insert is made of hard bakelite that is colored in a multi-stage process. First the phosphorescent material is applied by hand, followed by coloring with varnishes immune to seawater corrosion, and then application to the supporting steel substrate. This guarantees excellent bezel legibility. Like the vintage Squale model that inspired it, the bezel can always be unscrewed from above.

Squale may not be a watch brand you’re familiar with, but you probably should be. In their early days, Squale produced watches and watch cases for various Swiss brands who didn’t have the knowledge to build their own professional dive timepieces. The smaller brands used the Squale logo on their dial as a sign of quality. In 1950, Squale began to produce their own range of professional diving watches under the Squale name, marking the beginning of the brand’s institutional history.

$1250 at Gnomon.

Bell & Ross Diver Watch

Bell & Ross Diver Watch

Bell & Ross is releasing the BR 03-92 DIVER FULL LUM, a purpose-built watch with divers in mind, Other than just being handsome and diver certified, the most important attribute is its fully luminescent dial and markers to be readable at deep, dark depths.

Bell & Ross Diver Watch

The watch maker designed this model to meet the international standard ISO 6425 to achieve diving watch certification. The 42 mm ceramic case is water-resistant up to 300 meters, has a unidirectional rotating bezel with a graduated minutes scale, an operation indicator and luminescent markers, and is legible in low-light conditions. The watch is ruggedized, thanks to its anti-shock and anti-magnetic protection.

Bell & Ross Diver Watch

Bell & Ross adapted their Lum concept to its diving collection with inverted contrasts and reversed the traditional principles of day and night legibility while also incorporating different shades of luminescence so that it illuminates properly at deep depths. The ultra-phosphorescent green dial allows for continued legible reading of time even when things are pitch black.

Buy yours for $4,500.

Spinnaker Dynamic SP-5029

We’ve been keeping an eye on these Spinnaker watches for a while, and they’ve just dropped in price (From $200 to $79), so we felt compelled to share. If you’re looking for a stylish chronograph built for the boating lifestyle that won’t break the bank (or your heart should anything happen to it) then these are worth a look.

They have a nice, streamlined and sleek form factor, with split time chronograph functionality. They have an integrated silicon strap, water resistance to 10 ATM, a 48mm case that is only 14mm thick.

They come in 3 different colors and, as mentioned, are on sale now for $79 USD.

Rado Captain Cook

The Captain is back. Originally released in 1962, Rado’s Captain Cook is a classic diver watch that’s been improved for the modern era. Not just another vintage throwback, the Captain Cooks design details and dimensions have been updated for modern seafarers.

Each model, and there are several, has been are made with 42mm cases and a high-quality Swiss automatic movement that boasts up to 80 hours of power reserve. The EasyClip system allows you to change the strap quickly and easily customize your watch to make it your own. With a variety of different dials and bezels — made of high-tech ceramic which offers more protection from scratches than the usual Stainless Steel — you’ll find several options that’ll suit your fancy.

Available now from Rado for $2,000.

Seiko SNJ028 for sale

Seiko SNJ028

This watch, made famous by being featured on Arnold Schwarzenegger’s wrists in multiple action films, including Predator and Commando, has been relaunched. Originally issued in the 1980s, the SNJ028 Prospex Solar Diver is a beast – measuring 47.8mm wide and sporting some seriously rugged looks. It features solar charging and Seiko H851 quartz movement. This updated version is dressed in a matte black case, while the bezel and highlights on the dial are in gold. A foxy combo.

It’s toughness isn’t only aesthetic, as its engineered to withstand water-resistance at 200m, with a protective outer shroud. The digital diplay at 12 o’clock has mutliple functions, controlled by the various crowns and pushers – including a stopwatch, dual time zones, alarms and calendar.

$550 USD.

Tag Heur Special Edition Monaco

After sharing the 80’s inspired fire red Special Edition last month, it’s only fitting that we followup with the Special Edition celebrating the 90’s. This square beauty is the third in a series of five watches celebrating the Monaco’s 50th anniversary, TAG Heuer’s 1989-1999 Special Edition celebrates ’90’s style. In particular, the gray grained dial with gray sub-dials and blue and red accents recall the SNES and original Playstation consoles. Powered by a Calibre 11 automatic movement, it’s finished with a date window at 6 o’clock and a blue leather strap with red lining, and is limited to just 169 examples.

Buy yours now for $6,550.