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Zodiac’s New Super Sea Wolf Laser Tag Watches Will Truly Light Up Your World

Zodiac Super Sea Wolf Laser Tag Edition Compression Diver Automatic Watch


When was the last time you played laser tag? It was probably a friend’s birthday party years ago when you were a kid. You were all hopped up on cake and orange soda, and the only way to burn off that sugar rush was to run around an elaborate laser tag maze with the Mortal Kombat theme blasting in the background. Ah, those were the days. Zodiac wants you to revel in that nostalgia with their new Super Sea Wolf Laser Tag watch.


When it comes to one-of-a-kind watch designs, no one does it quite like Zodiac. They teamed up with popular watch blog Worn & Wound to create this innovative timepiece inspired by the laser tag arenas that you remember from childhood. This diver watch incorporates UV-reactive colors on the dial and straps for two distinct color schemes when you wear it.

There are a ton of brands out there that try to capitalize on our never-ending love of all things from the 1990s. Most of them are gimmicks. Only Zodiac can take that 90s spirit and incorporate it into a timeless piece that you’ll appreciate forever.

Zodiac Super Sea Wolf Laser Tag Edition Compression Diver Automatic Watch

When you wear a Super Sea Wolf watch, you can always count on the hallmarks of Zodiac timepieces: Swiss-made, automatic movement, Super-LumiNova hands, shark tooth markers for unparalleled visibility, and water resistance up to 200 meters.

About Zodiac Watches

Zodiac Super Sea Wolf Laser Tag Edition Compression Diver Automatic Watch

The history of Zodiac watches actually goes all the way back to 1882 in the land of all great timepieces: Switzerland. Of course, back then they were all making pocket watches that still hung from your suit on a chain. Like all brands that have stood the test of time, Zodiac adapted and evolved with the times and the transition to wristwatches as the 20th century progressed.

However, the ball really started rolling in 1953 with the introduction of the Sea Wolf, the world’s first purpose-built dive watch for the general public. Now, everyone could channel their inner Jacques Cousteau and explore the ocean. Or, they could show off their watch and brag about how deep you can dive with it.

If the watch is good enough for Sean Connery’s James Bond and Navy SEALS, it’s good enough for the rest of us.


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Tom Conroy is a journalist-turned-copywriter for BroBible. He is an NYC native, Marquette University alum, and current resident of Milwaukee, which means he spends a great deal of time screaming about the Yankees between bites of cheese curds and sips of Spotted Cow.