Omega’s Newest Bond Watches Will Have You Looking Sharp on Your Next Adventure.

There is no movie character whose watches are as iconic as James Bond. More than just an accessory, his watches have been a symbol of status, sophistication, and utility throughout the decades of the franchise. 

Spy’s 60th anniversary this year certainly calls for a celebration, and who better to start the party than Omega, the company that has been 007’s official watch since 1995’s GoldenEye? The Swiss watchmaker today launches its latest Bond collection to commemorate the iconic legacy, including two new models—the stainless steel Seamaster Diver 300M 60 Years of James Bond and Canopus Gold—as well as sailing bracelets and cufflinks.

“I was convinced that Commander Bond, a ship’s man, a diver, and the world’s most discreet gentleman, would wear this watch,” says Oscar-winning costume designer Lindy Hemming, who chose the GoldenEye Omega Seamaster 300M Quartz. The Seamaster 300 originally debuted in 1957 and was issued to military divers around the world. Ten years later, the famous fleet of second-generation Seamaster 300s was delivered to the Ministry of Defense for supply to certain units. So it is entirely possible that Bond was issued an Omega watch.

It is the iconic Seamaster 300 that forms the basis of the 60th anniversary. The first stainless steel iteration is inspired by the GoldenEye watch, a nod to the film and modern innovations. 



The front has a classic Seamaster aesthetic with a rich blue dial and an oxaloy-anodized aluminum bezel. The dial has laser-engraved waves, and the bezel has a diving scale filled with white Super-LumiNova, replacing the traditional inverted triangle with the commemorative “60.” Turn the clock and you’ll see an homage to the film’s opening sequence, with Bond in silhouette and a spinning gun barrel. 

The watch has a mesh-style bracelet, the same as the 007 Omega No Time To Die watch. Inside, you’ll find the Co-Axial Master Chronometer Caliber 8806.
Another 60th-anniversary model is a little more distinctive. It is made in Omega’s own 18-karat Canopus Gold, an exclusive white gold alloy known for its brilliant luster and long-lasting effect. For Ian Fleming’s Jamaican home, the frame pays homage to the Jamaican flag with natural diamonds set in ten different shades of green and yellow. 

The bejeweled set frames a natural gray silicone dial and includes the same display as the stainless steel version. The Canopus Oro is powered by the brand’s coaxial master chronometer caliber 8807.
To complete the look of these two commemorative watches, Omega has also created a collection of straps inspired by the NATO strap and cuffs used in the No Time To Die model. model Bond’s omega in the comfortable image.
Both watches are available today, with the stainless steel version priced at $7,600 and the Canopus Gold available on request. For more information, visit the Omega website or your nearest Omega store.

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