Zodiac introduced a new limited edition version of its Super Sea Wolf professional diver’s watch in titanium this month.
The Super Sea Wolf Pro-Diver Titanium LE has a depth rating of 300 meters and has passed the ISO 6425 certification test to be labeled a professional “DIVER’S” watch as denoted on the dial. Many dive watches feature ISO6425 specifications but have not actually been tested, underscored by the fact that the Super Sea Wolf non-pro dive watches feel far less robust and have a 200 meters rating, yet have not been officially certified.
At 42 mm x 14.3 mm the case and bracelet (20 mm lug width) are machined from grade 2 titanium which is ultra-light, hypo-allergenic, and has a gray hue as compared to steel which has a whiter hue.
Driving the hours, minutes, and seconds is an outsourced Sellita SW-2001 that beats at 4Hz as has a basic 38-hour power reserve, although despite the low specifications this automatic movement has been adjusted to chronometer specifications and carries an official COSC certification, which again, the lesser non-pro versions do not.
The Zodiac Super Sea Wolf Pro-Diver Titanium LE retail price of $2,495 is steep compared to the stainless steel versions of the Super Sea Wolf Pro-Divers that run $1,695 — but you do get a more premium lightweight metal for that, and this is a limited edition with a special fully luminous rotating dive bezel, long-lasting grade A lume, a special green and orange color scheme, plus there’s an additional orange and black Nato-style strap included.
Photos by Zodiac.