Bond's New Omega Seamaster 007 Gets An Airing On Screen

Nobody is entirely clear why this year’s James Bond blockbuster, No Time to Die, was delayed from its scheduled April release to November but the watch that will star alongside him made an appearance on his wrist on TV in America over the weekend.

For Omega, which is intimately associated with the 007 franchise, the decision to postpone the release of the film caused the firm to push back plans for a big splash with a special £7,390 Seamaster Diver 300M 007 Edition watch that Bond, as played by Daniel Craig, is seen wearing in the film.

Daniel Craig wearing his Omega Seamaster 007 Edition

If you fancy you have the credentials to sport a Bond-grade Omega, we have some solid examples of the brand's fine craftsmanship.

Take this Omega Seamaster below, for example.

Omega Seamaster Automatic - stock no. 51-27-100

While No Time To Die might not be on the big screen yet, Bond's latest watch did get a public outing when Craig guest hosted US prime-time show Saturday Night Live wearing his 007 Seamaster (below).



Bond's Seamaster stars in No Time To Die

If 007 is anything, he is the epitome of style and another Ogden Omega watch with more than a touch of Bond glamour is our Constellation, below.

Omega Constellation - stock no. 51-27-090

This bi-coloured steel and rose gold coloured watch with mother of pearl dial sports diamond dot batons with additional diamonds on the seconds dial and Roman numerals around the bezel.

If Bond's understated suave is more your preference, then this vintage Seamaster below fits the bill perfectly.

 Vintage Omega Seamaster Automatic- stock no. 58-86-101

This 1950's classic has a yellow gold bezel and features a silver dial accented with yellow gold quarter Arabics. 

So as all Bond fans await the release of the much-anticipated new movie, for those for whom November seems an eternity away, at least we can offer some 007-style Omega magic to help get in the mood.

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