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General Zodiac Discussion / We are back
« Last post by Sea Wolf on April 08, 2018, 01:58:33 PM »

Sorry for the outage.  Was out of town and without laptop to fix the server error.

General Zodiac Discussion / Re: Help Identifying and valuating a SeaWolf-new member
« Last post by jon p on April 06, 2018, 02:53:55 PM »
Butch is correct about the PX /BX sea wolfs, I bought mine in early may 1968, black dial, date, $55.00.i was in army basic training at ft benning GA.  I still own it ,has been restored to its original glory by BWG. it is only worn for special occasions now, and NEVER gets wet! brings back lots of memories !
Offering a ZODIAC clock from a closed watchmakers shop. This one has been in my accumulation for quite a few years. No reason to keep 2, so this one needs a new home.
Clock runs & keeps time
14.5" in diameter
    3"  thick
110 v electric
Body is aluminum
2 10W light bulbs inside clock - looks really cool in the dark
2 doors on back to access lights
Wire for hanging as well as a hole in case for wall mounting
Second hand is missing--I put a hair pin on it--shouldn't be too hard to replace it
No crystal  or glass over dial - don't think it ever had one.

Price  is $100 + shipping via normal paypal.
Price is  $95 + shipping via alternate paypal method with no fees to me.
Packaged weight is 4 lbs      email me for shipping quote
Shipping cost to be added is:
Actual  cost for fully Insured USPS Priority shipping within the US. (either payment method OK)
The most expensive USPS Insured Priority Mail cost for the lower 48 USA states is $20
Most locations will be less.

Will consider shipping  International depending on location.
Email me for shipping cost to your location.
For faster response
Please reply via email
Thanks for looking.

General Zodiac Discussion / Re: Comments on newbie collection
« Last post by Butch on March 31, 2018, 06:06:07 PM »
Thanks for sharing your collections with us! Looks like you are well on your way!  I really love the SST models. Well, most of them anyway.

Here is a NOS one I picked up years ago.
General Zodiac Discussion / Re: Comments on newbie collection
« Last post by YuriyV on March 31, 2018, 04:22:44 PM »
Very nice SST collection you have here.
This one is my favorite SST model. Definitely, any collection is incomplete without it.
General Zodiac Discussion / Comments on newbie collection
« Last post by Bony on March 31, 2018, 03:09:48 PM »
My name is Michael, living in Poland. Im watch lover for over 14 years.
Honestly, vintage Zodiacs are first vintage watches that truly grabed my heart and sqeez it :)
SST movement is also my thing, and exactly what im looking for in case of mechanical watch.
Please leave some comments or interesting facts:)
SST Sea Wolf showed me what accuracy means!
Square astrographic is NOS but has sighns of storing on case.
Waiting for service, but on timegraph it Looks quite good. Beat error 0.1, amp over 260
Round astrographic ( founded in 1977 spanish catalog nr45) its 38mm piece of beauty.
Im curious how rare it is.
Also got square sst, serviced in good condition:)
I saw this Zodiac on the Internet... / Re: Caveat Emptor UK style
« Last post by Butch on March 29, 2018, 04:06:22 PM »
Smart man. There is something to be said for buying it from a collector, fully serviced and restored.
I saw this Zodiac on the Internet... / Re: Caveat Emptor UK style
« Last post by doog on March 29, 2018, 11:04:55 AM »
Well obviously everyone had done their research and decided the guide price was optimistic in the extreme. Sold for 400 Sterling, about 450 including fees and sales tax. Something like 640 US, going to cost half that again to get it in a decent state assuming you can source that date wheel. Much better to spend a bit more and find one that has been sorted and serviced already.
General Zodiac Discussion / Re: Super Seawolf and the Navy Seals
« Last post by Butch on March 27, 2018, 07:46:47 AM »

Navy dive units had discretionary funds and it has been said they sometimes bought Zodiacs. But the US Navy never did.
General Zodiac Discussion / Re: Super Seawolf and the Navy Seals
« Last post by jmh86325 on March 26, 2018, 10:17:45 PM »
First thing... :welc to the forum!...the bad news is that your watch was made in the 70's, it is a very nice example and for best reliability i would recommend a service.  :twothumbsup
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