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OMEGA & 007

A Hero's Watch

Since 1995, Omega have been synonymous with 007. Many believe this to a perfect example of product placement but was actually born out of Welsh, Oscar-winning, costumer designer Lindy Hemming's vision that "Commander Bond, a naval man, a diver and a discreet gentleman of the world would wear the Seamaster with the blue dial". Leaping into the 25th Bond movie (No Time To Die), Omega created this incarnation with Daniel Craig's input; “When working with OMEGA, we decided that a lightweight watch would be key for a military man like 007. I also suggested some vintage touches and colour to give the watch a unique edge. The final piece looks incredible.” A testament to that is of Craig's Titanium Seamaster 300 worn in the film, sold for £226,800 at Christie's.

Attention To Detail

The engraved numeric codes are also typical of military watches. "0552" stands for the Royal Navy, "923 7697" lets you know it's a diving watch, and the capital "A" means it has a screw-down crown. Additionally, "007" is Bond's code number, and "62" refers to the year of the very first Bond film "Dr. No". You'll also find the inscriptions DIVER 300M, 300m/1000ft, 007, and NAIAD LOCK running around the case back's outer edge. The NAIAD lock system guarantees that the case back is always correctly oriented when put back into place.


Available Now

Here at MVS Watches, we are honoured to stock one of the 7007 OMEGA Limited Edition James Bond Seamaster 300. With so many little added details such as the secret number 50 hidden in the luminescent material of the 10 o’clock hour marker (a reference to the 50th anniversary of the James Bond film "On Her Majesty's Secret Service”). As well as that, you will find on the inner side of the sapphire crystal caseback, the Bond family coat-of-arms metallised in gold and black. You can check out this fantastic piece below:

Seamaster 300 James Bond Watch


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