Modern classics: Zodiac Sea Dragon chronograph Featured

The Sea Dragon Automatic Chronograph by Zodiac celebrates 1960s-70s design style and the brand’s long history of sports watches


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04 April 2016

The 1960s and ‘70s were very much television-inspired decades in terms of design, and this is reflected by the dial of the Sea Dragon Automatic Chronograph by Zodiac, with its lovely TV-shaped subdials and the cushion shape of the case. The watch is made in two limited-edition versions, each of just 82 pieces. It’s a large piece, 50 mm in length and 42 mm in width, with a case that is water-resistant to 10 bar, 100 metres. Both are COSC certified, guaranteeing excellent timekeeping precision. The movement is the ETA Valjoux 7750, providing 48 hours power reserve.

Sporty metal cuff

ZO9916 1

The timepiece reference ZO9916 has a lovely metal cuff with large holes providing an unmistakable motif on the wrist – its sports vocation is demonstrated by the red trim on the black dial. €3,900.

Leather strap version

ZO9915 3

The watch reference ZO9915 has metallized beige trim on the dial, and a grey alligator strap. €3,100.

Zodiac watches are currently available in the U.S.A. and Japan; they will soon be distributed in the U.K., France and Switzerland, and in other European markets from 2017. More info from