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Omega showcases three new timepiece in No Time To Die..

In his 9th film with OMEGA James Bond is on a mission to rescue a kidnapped scientist, which turns out to be far more treacherous than expected. As ever, 007 is equipped with his faithful Seamaster as he follows the trail of a mysterious villain armed with dangerous new technology.

On-screen, fans can spot three OMEGA watches worn by the movie heroes. James Bond (Daniel Craig) wears the lightweight Seamaster Diver 300M 007 Edition, which is packed with innovation and style. New agent Nomi (Lashana Lynch) wears a 38mm Seamaster Aqua Terra with a black dial and black NATO strap, and Moneypenny (Naomie Harris) is equipped with a 27.4mm De Ville Prestige on a hunter green leather strap.


Although Bond was originally a Rolex man, he switched allegiances in 1995's Goldeneye to a more historically accurate Omega Seamaster - In No Time to Die James Bond reveals the OMEGA Seamaster Diver 300M 007 Edition


New 007 Nomi wears the Seamaster Aqua Terra 150MCO Master Chronometer


Former field agent, Eve Moneypenny sports an Omega De Ville Prestige watch

OMEGA worked closely on the development of the Bond watch with Daniel Craig and the James Bond filmmakers. The non-limited watch has been built with military needs in mind and the final design was influenced by Daniel’s own experience as 007.

Grade 2 Titanium has been used for the 42 mm case and titanium mesh bracelet, making this watch particularly strong and light. Perfect for an undercover agent.

On the caseback, you’ll find a series of numbers, which follow the format for genuine military-issue watches. “0552” is the code-number specified for Navy personnel, with “923 7697” being the number for a divers’ watch. The letter “A” is a code used to signify a watch with a screw-in crown, while “007” is James Bond’s iconic agent number. Finally, the number “62” is the year of the very first James Bond film.

The watch features a triangle icon or logo just above the 6 o'clock indicator, which is the 'broad arrow' symbol used by British Armed Forces and visible on some vintage watches, issued and owned by the British Ministry of Defense (especially the W.W.W. watches from the Second World War). The new watch is completed by a NAIAD LOCK caseback, which keeps all of the engravings in correct alignment. Inside, it is driven by a particularly impressive movement – the Omega Co-Axial Master Chronometer Calibre 8806, which has achieved the industry’s highest standards of precision, chronometric performance and magnetic resistance.

The recommended sale price (VAT excl.) is $9,200.00 / £7,880 for the model with titanium bracelet and $8,100 for the model with NATO strap.

The real-life watch is now available to customers with the same lightweight design and vintage touches.


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