James Bond (Daniel Craig) wears an Omega Seamaster 300 SPECTRE Limited Edition steel on NATO strap, reference 18.104.22.168.01.001 in the movie SPECTRE.
For the first time in Bond history, the actual watch worn by 007 is released as a limited edition model.
This unique Seamaster 300 comes in a robust stainless steel case with a black and grey striped NATO strap – a strap that is reminiscent of Bond’s original NATO strap worn in Goldfinger and Thunderball. The keepers of the strap are engraved with the 007 gun logo and Omega. If you can’t afford the watch, but want the same strap, you can buy the strap from Omega separately, but then it doesn’t have the 007 gun logo engraved.
Inside, the watch is powered by the Omega Master Co-Axial calibre 8400, a revolutionary movement that is resistant to magnetic fields up to 15,000 gauss.
The timepiece delivers a striking black dial along with a rare “lollipop” central seconds hand. Similar to the original Seamaster 300, the watch also includes a broad arrow hour hand and recessed triangular hour markers.
The numbers on the bezel go from 1 – 11 and then a 0 instead of the number 12.
The case back has the ‘SPECTRE’ film title engraved and the limited number (of 7,007 pieces).
The watch comes in a beautiful box, including the black and grey NATO strap, a steel strap and some tools. The box has a three digit code, so you will have to bring out your inner spy to guess the code.
Bond wears the watch in most of the scenes in SPECTRE and finally Bond’s watch once again acts as a gadget (watch the fil to find out).
The limited edition Omega Seamaster 300 was available at select Omega boutiques and retailers around the world for approx. £4750, but quickly sold out everywhere.