See the latest model worn by the secret agent in "No Time To Die".


In addition to exotic cars and motorbikes, James Bond is always the place for watch fans to see the latest models worn by the secret agent. In the latest Bond movie, No Time To Die, Bond's wrist caught the attention of watch fans with the Omega Seamaster Diver 300M.

Daniel Craig presented an Omega with 42 mm made of titanium with a design that seems to be inspired by the military world. The colour is vintage with a mix of dark black, green and golden brown on the hands and numbers on the bezel and dial.

The use of grade 2 titanium material because it is light and anti-rust. This material can also work in various temperatures, making it also chosen to manufacture aircraft and medical devices. Another material used is aluminium which is proven to be vital for decorative elements.

This Seamaster Bond model is thinner than the regular model. Thanks to the latest sapphire crystal glass model, Bond can also use this watch design for daily use.


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The propulsion engine uses Omega 8806 with a self-winding movement with a Co-Axial escapement feature. This watch is capable of storing backup power for 55 hours.

Even though it doesn't have the weapons that spy agents usually wear, this Omega offers anti-magnetic features, a helium escape valve, a screw-in crown and a unidirectional rotating bezel.

The Seamaster Bond 007 with titanium bracelet retails for US$9,200. Consumers can also choose the Nato strap model for a cheaper US$8,100. But you should still select a bracelet model with a Nato strap as an addition, and it can be purchased separately as an addition.


The History of Bond with Omega

Bond's relationship with Omega began in the 90s when Pierce Brosnan played this British secret agent. This marks the end of the Rolex era that has long been the hallmark of Bond. Omega itself has a long history with the British armed forces, where the military chose the Seamaster model for the Royal Navy diving in the 1960s.

Omega's first appearance was in the Goldeneye movie. The Seamaster that Bond uses can shoot lasers and cut various objects, helping Bond act in times of urgency.

In the World is Not Enough, the Seamaster worn by Bond can remove the hook and become Bond's saviour when caught in an avalanche. Omega then issued a special edition Seamaster called Bond Seamaster to be offered on a limited basis.


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Then in the days of Daniel Craig, in his debut at Casino Royale, he used a different model. Craig uses Seamaster Planet Ocean. This watch looks right on Bond, who emphasizes action with an extensive and rugged build.

Watch straps; usually chains, have now switched to using rubber—the right choice for chase action in high-rise buildings. The use of Planet Ocean continues until Quantum of Solace, which makes the presence of Seamaster then disappear from Bond films.

In Skyfall, Craig chooses to use Planet Ocean and, in some scenes, uses Seamaster Aqua Terra. It looks more modern because Bond in Craig's era does seem more masculine and likes to do various actions.

In the Specter, Bond shows a slightly different choice. For the first time in the movie, Bond uses Aqua Terra. Then as the action escalates, Bond chooses to use Seamaster 300 Master Co-Axial. This model is inspired by the 1960s Omega Diver design.

Finally, in No Time To Die, Daniel Craig worked personally with Omega to develop the Seamaster design for the first time. This work took two years to get the best watch for the world's most famous British spy.


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