Omega Seamaster Diver 300M James Bond

Omega presents a new Seamaster Diver 300M dedicated to James Bond, made in a numbered edition. Omega's Seamaster has been on James Bond's wrist since 1995, on the occasion of the film GoldenEye. The 42 mm case of the latest model created to celebrate this partnership (equipped with a screw-in helium valve at 10 o'clock) is made of platinum and gold, with a plaque on the case middle engraved with the number of the numbered (but not limited) edition. The polished and brushed buckle on the leather strap is also made of platinum and gold. There are many noteworthy details, such as the black ceramic bezel with embossed platinum diving scale and the black enamel dial with gun barrel motif designed in 18-carat white gold. Being part of the James Bond collection, launched last year, this watch includes the (hidden) number 50 in SuperLuminova at 10 o'clock, referring to the 50th anniversary of the film At Her Majesty's Secret Service. Also on the dial is the 007 logo (at 7 o'clock, of course) on the white enamel minute scale, as are the 18-carat white gold hour markers, hands and the Bond family crest, positioned at 12 o'clock. On the sapphire-glass porthole case back is a second Bond family crest, this time laser-engraved and filled with platinum. The final effect is also given by the hand-engraved finish down to the smallest detail. Through the case back, one can observe the Omega Co-Axial Master Chronometer calibre 8807, certified to the highest standards of precision, performance and magnetic resistance. Finally, for all the fans who will buy the numbered edition Seamaster Diver 300M James Bond, there is also a Globe-Trotter case, closed by straps inspired by NATO straps. Inside is an additional strap made of black rubber. Price: 49,600 euros.