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James Bond is one of the world’s most beloved spys and in 2015 the 24th James Bond film “Spectre” was released. The film, in which Daniel Craig made his 4th appearance as Bond, had everything for which the films are famous – gorgeous women, mind blowing cars and beautiful watches.

Spectre has all the goods to get the hearts of car fanatics racing – a Land Rover Defender, Range Rover Sport SVR, Jaguar CX-75 and a custom made Aston Martin DB10. More than enough for Bond lovers to vicariously experience their Bond car dreams.

Over the course of the James Bond films many different watches have been seen on the big screen. This time the Bond watch takes the form of a limited edition Omega. Since 1995, Omega has been the official sponsor of 007, with their Seamaster proving to be his perfect companion. Over the last 20 years, the Seamaster has continually developed, culminating in today’s Omega Seamaster 300; an exquisite display of horological perfection and prowess.



The one-of-a-kind Omega Seamaster “Spectre” is equipped with a stainless steal case, powered by a co-axial Calibre 8400 and is resistant to a magnetic field of up to 1500 Gauss. With it’s Lollipop second-hand, the powerful face draws in all who set sight upon it. Like all other Seamaster 300 models, this one contains wide hour-hands with arrow shaped tips, as well as deepened three cornered hour indices. The perfection of the design is further achieved through a black, double-sided, rotatable bezel. The bezel is finished in polished ceramic along with a 12 hour dial displaying the time zone of every country in the world – perfect for the jet-setting secret agent.



As well as a stainless steel strap, the Omega Seamaster 300 boasts an additional striped black and grey Nato strap – another classic hallmark of Bond’s wrist wear. Furthermore the watch has 007 and Spectre engravings on both the NATO strap holder and the back side of the case. Probably not something that a secret agent should have on show, but when does Bond ever make a secret of his identity?


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