James Bond's Watch Is on the Market
007's Omega watch, worn by Daniel Craig in 'Spectre,' is now available to purchase (but hurry, the limited-edition item is available in a numbered series of only 7,007 pieces).
Omega started sprucing up James Bond’s wrist when Pierce Brosnan starred in 1995’s GoldenEye, and in the two decades since, the watch company has sold tie-in special editions commemorating the franchise’s films. Now, for the first time, Omega is bringing to market the actual model seen on 007’s wrist in the just-released Spectre starring Daniel Craig.
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The Seamaster 300 "Spectre" Limited Edition is available in a numbered series of 7,007 pieces. Features include a bidirectional rotating diving bezel in black ceramic and an in-house Caliber 8400 self-winding movement that is anti-magnetic to 15,000 gauss. The stainless-steel 41mm case resides on a gray-and-black-striped NATO strap that, while sporty, pairs well with the bespoke Tom Ford tuxedo that Craig wears in the film. $7,500 at Omega boutiques.
This story first appeared in The Hollywood Reporter's fourth annual Watch Issue.