Bond’s ‘No Time To Die’ Titanium Omega Dive Watch Has Been Revealed

Dec 6, 2019

Category: Gear

Just as super-spy James Bond has driven cars other than an Aston Martin, he’s also worn watches other than those made by Omega. However, like the aforementioned British carmaker, there’s no timepiece brand more closely associated with 007 than Omega. And the relationship between Bond and the Swiss watchmaker has just been solidified even further with the unveiling of the No Time To Die Omega Seamaster watch.

Officially called the Omega Seamaster Diver 300M Co-Axial Master Chronometer 007 Edition, this is the exact timepiece donned by Daniel Craig in his last on-screen performance as James Bond. That includes its lightweight titanium case and matching band, aluminum dive timer bezel, Sapphire crystal, and the ultra-precise automatic movement powering it all. It even features a specially-engraved caseback with genuine military-issue watch serial numbers, all including the number 62 — a reference to the very first Bond film, Dr. No. Along with a handsome watch roll, this Omega diver can be yours today for $9,200.

Purchase: $9,200

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