James Bond Watches: Every Watch Bond Had In Every 007 Movie [Ultimate Guide]

James Bond, the famous 007 agent, has a watch collection many would envy.

This article is the ultimate guide to all the watches James Bond wore in every movie.

The James Bond watches changed with watch trends of each decade. Reflecting what was popular in the watch industry at the time.

  • Rolex was heavily featured in the 60s and the start of the 70s. 
  • Seiko then took over in the mid 70s and 80s. 
  • Then Omega from the mid 90s and until now. Omega still remains James Bond’s watch of choice.

Discover the complete timeline of James Bond timepieces in this article, of every James Bond watch that featured in all 26 films so far.

James Bond Watches In All 26 Bond Movies

  1. Dr. No
  2. From Russia with Love
  3. Goldfinger
  4. Thunderball
  5. You Only Live Twice
  6. On Her Majesty’s Secret Service
  7. Diamonds Are Forever
  8. Live And Let Die
  9. The Man With The Golden Gun
  10. The Spy Who Loved Me
  11. Moonraker
  12. For Your Eyes Only
  13. Octopussy
  14. Never Say Never Again
  15. A View To Kill
  16. The Living Daylights
  17. Licence To Kill
  18. GoldenEye
  19. Tomorrow Never Dies
  20. The World Is Not Enough
  21. Die Another Day
  22. Casino Royale
  23. Quantum of Solace
  24. Skyfall
  25. Spectre
  26. No Time To Die

Check out the table and video below for an overview of all the James Bond watches in each Bond movie.

No.MovieWatchYearActor
1Dr. NoGruen Precision 510
Rolex Submariner Ref. 6358
1962Sean Connery
2From Russia with LoveRolex Submariner Ref. 65381963Sean Connery
3GoldfingerRolex Submariner Ref. 65381964Sean Connery
4ThunderballBreitling Navitimer 806
Breitling Top Time
Rolex Submariner Ref. 6538
1965Sean Connery
5You Only Live TwiceGruen Precision 5101967Sean Connery
6On Her Majesty’s Secret ServiceRolex Submariner Ref. 5513
Rolex Pre-Daytona Chronograph Ref. 6238
1969George Lazenby
7Diamonds Are ForeverUnknown1971Sean Connery
8Live and Let DieHamilton Pulsar P2 2900 LED
Rolex Submariner Ref. 5513
Tissot Seastar PR 516
1973Roger Moore
9The Man with the Golden GunRolex Submariner Ref. 55131974Roger Moore
10The Spy Who Loved MeSeiko Ref. DK001 0674-50091977Roger Moore
11MoonrakerSeiko M354 Memory Bank Calendar1979Roger Moore
12For Your Eyes OnlySeiko H357 5040 Duo Display
Seiko 7549-7009 Professional Dive Watch
1981Roger Moore
13OctopussySeiko Ref. G757 Sports 100
Seiko Ref. T001-5019
1983Roger Moore
14Never Say Never AgainUnknown1983Sean Connery
15A View To A KillSeiko Ref. 7A28-7020
Seiko SPW001 H558-5000 Duo Display Dive Watch
Seiko SPD094 Ref. 6923-8080
1985Roger Moore
16The Living DaylightsTAG Heuer 980.031 Professional ‘Night-Dive’1987Timothy Dalton
17Licence To KillRolex Submariner Ref. 166101989Timothy Dalton
18GoldenEyeOmega Seamaster Professional 300M Ref. 2541.80.001995Pierce Brosnan
19Tomorrow Never DiesOmega Seamaster Professional  300M Ref. 2531.80.001997Pierce Brosnan
20The World Is Not EnoughOmega Seamaster Professional  300M Ref. 2531.80.001999Pierce Brosnan
21Die Another DayOmega Seamaster Professional 300M Ref. 2531.80.002002Pierce Brosnan
22Casino RoyleOmega Seamaster Planet Ocean Big Size Ref. 2900.50.91
Omega Seamaster 300M Co-Axial Chronometer Ref. 2220.80.00
2006Daniel Craig
23Quantum of SolaceOmega Seamaster Planet Ocean 600M Ref. 2201.50.002008Daniel Craig
24SkyfallOmega Seamaster Planet Ocean Ref. 232.30.42.21.01.001
Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra 150M Ref. 231.10.42.21.03.003
2012Daniel Craig
25SpectreOmega Seamaster Aqua Terra Ref. 231.10.39.21.03.001
Omega Seamaster 300 Ref. 233.32.41.21.01.001  (Spectre Limited Edition)
Omega Chronograph Caliber 321 Ref. ST 101.010
2015Daniel Craig
26No Time To DieOmega Seamaster Diver 300M 007 Edition2021Daniel Craig

1. Dr. No

Gruen Precision 510

Gruen Precision 510 watch from Dr. No casino scene

Many online have missed this watch when they list all the James Bond watches from the movies.

A Gruen Precision 510 is the first watch ever worn by James Bond in the first scenes of Dr. No. Worn by Sean Connery in the first Bond movie.

We catch a glimpse of the watch on his wrist in the casino scene.

The Gruen Precision 510 is a dress watch. This watch had remained a mystery for decades. Until a watch curator identified it.

This watch is now on display at the National Watch & Clock Museum. A watch museum in Columbia, Pennsylvania. It’s got a permanent Bond watch exhibition.

Rolex Submariner Ref. 6358

Rolex Submariner Ref. 6358 – Dr. No

The Rolex Submariner Ref. 6358 is James Bond’s second on screen watch. 

This watch is often simply referred to as the James Bond Submariner, or simply The Sub.

This Rolex came on the market first in 1955. 

The textile strap appears to not fit the watch. As the strap only measures 16mm across, while the watch comes in at 20mm lug to lug.

It’s long been rumored that this watch came out of Sean Connery’s personal watch collection. Another theory is that the strap was from a member of the production team.

2. From Russia With Love

Rolex Submariner Ref. 6538

Rolex Submariner Ref. 6538 – From Russia With Love

The second Bond movie came along, called From Russia With Love. And Bond is still wearing his trusty Rolex Submariner.

The first watches few in the Bond movie series were not equipped with any special weaponry. They just simply told the time.

The watch is again attached to a textile strap.

The Rolex Submariner Ref. 6538 is highly valuable now. With one valued by Sotheby’s as between $180k and $280k dollars.

3. Goldfinger

Rolex Submariner Ref. 6538

Rolex Submariner Ref. 6538 – Goldfinger

The third Bond movie; Goldfinger. Bond again wears his Rolex Submariner Ref. 6538.

This watch is now often nicknamed the James Bond NATO.

However, this is a little misguided since the NATO strap wasn’t even invented when Sean Connery wore it in the Bond movies with his Rolex. 

The NATO strap wasn’t introduced until 1973 by the British Ministry of Defense.

However, there were plenty of other textile straps around at the time. That was similar to what’s now called the NATO strap.

4. Thunderball

Breitling Navitimer 806

Breitling Navitimer 806 – Thunderball

In the 1965 James Bond movie; Thunderball. Two Breitling watches are featured.

The first isn’t worn by James Bond, played by Sean Connery. Instead Bond presents the watch in his hand to bond girl, Domino.

The Breitling Navitimer 806 is a pilot watch. Which suited the owner of the watch in the movie; François Derval. Who was a pilot.

Breitling Top Time

Breitling Top Time – Thunderball

The second Breitling watch in Thunderball, was a modified Breitling Top Time.

This timepiece was given to Bond by Q. It is was chronograph. 

However, the watch was fitted with a new case for the movie. Which blocked the pushers of the chronograph. The new case and strap gave the watch a distinct look.

The luxury watch auction house, Christie’s. Sold the watch in 2013. It was sold for around $160k.

Rolex Submariner Ref. 6538

Rolex Submariner Ref. 6538 – Thunderball

The final watch that Bond wore in Thunderball. Was his trusty Rolex Submariner Ref. 6538. With the too small textile watch strap.

This is the final time that this watch is worn by James Bond.

5. You Only Live Twice

Gruen Precision 510

Gruen Precision 510 – You Only Live Twice

Again we only see this watch briefly in the Bond movie; You Only Live Twice.

The watch is believed to be the Gruen Precision 510. Again the same Gruen Precision dress watch. That he also wore in Dr. No.

6. On Her Majesty’s Secret Service

Rolex Submariner Ref. 5513

Rolex Submariner Ref. 5513 – On Her Majesty’s Secret Service

The Rolex Submariner Ref. 5513, is the first Rolex we see in the Bond movie; On Her Majesty’s Secret Service.

It’s the only time the Australian actor, George Lazenby, plays the 007 agent.

This luxury Rolex dive watch has a very modern look. It was a larger watch for the time, with a 40mm case. Beefed up the crown guards.

Its water resistance stood at 200 meters. Which was the same as the other dive watches featured in the other previous Bond movies.

Rolex Pre-Daytona Chronograph Ref. 6238

The second Rolex that George Lanzeby wears playing Bond in the 6th movie. Is the Rolex Pre-Daytona Chronograph Ref. 6238.

Featuring a customized red chronograph hand. That makes it stand out.

You might ask what does a Rolex Pre-Daytona refer to? 

A Collected Man sums up the Pre-Daytona as a Rolex chronograph:

  • Made before the release of the Ref. 6239
  • With an Oyster case
  • Three subdials
  • Round pump-pushers
  • A reference in the “6000” numbers

This Pre-Daytona Chronograph has been featured in a number of watch auctions over the years.

Yet, the recent sale amounts have not been disclosed. And chronographs with red hands, that aren’t the Bond watch have also appeared at auction too.

The Ref 6238 timepiece was the last chronograph released by Rolex, before the iconic Cosmograph Ref. 6239 was released. Nicknamed the Daytona.

7. Diamonds Are Forever

The watch in Diamonds Are Forever remains a mystery.

8. Live And Let Die

Hamilton Pulsar P2 2900 LED

Hamilton Pulsar P2 2900 LED – Live And Let Die

The first watch to appear in the 8th Bond movie, was a groundbreaking watch.

As the Hamilton Pulsar P2 2900 LED was the start of the quartz watch period in James Bond watches.

As well as one of the watches contributing to the quartz crisis in the watch industry in the 70s and 80s.

Hamilton released this watch in 1972. It was the first watch that was a solid, mass produced, digital timepiece. With no moving parts, like mechanical watches have.

It was the first digital, quartz timepiece to make an appearance.

James Bond was played by Roger Moore for the first time too. 

He demonstrates the watches ability to light up and show the digital time, twice. Making sure we as an audience know how this new watch type works.

Rolex Submariner Ref. 5513

Rolex Submariner 5513 – Live And Let Die

The second watch to appear in Roger Moore’s debut as Bond, is the Rolex Submariner 5513. The main timepiece of this movie.

This dive watch is considered the last of the classic Rolex Submariners. And was Rolex’s non-chronometer Submariner. First introduced in 1962.

The Rolex Submariner is modified to help Bond get out of a few tough situations. The watch has a buzz saw, handy for cutting binds. It also has a high powered magnet too.

The timepiece was put up for auction. At one of the leading watch auction houses. Which was Philips, in Geneva. 

The original Rolex from the movie was signed ‘Roger Moore 007’ on the caseback. And it sold over the estimate, for around $365,000 dollars in 2015.

Tissot Seastar PR 516

Tissot Seastar PR 516 – Live And Let Die

This watch wasn’t meant to feature in the movie. Yet, it did.

A Tissot Seastar PR 516, from Roger Moore’s own watch collection.

They were clearly a little more relaxed back then with what watch was worn in the movie. As it briefly features in a few scenes of the Live And Let Die movie. 

Instead of the main timepiece, the Rolex Sub.

9. The Man With The Golden Gun

Rolex Submariner Ref. 5513

Rolex Submariner Ref. 5513 – The Man With The Golden Gun

Roger Moore again played the 007 agent, and again wore his trusty, modified Rolex Submariner Ref. 5513. In the 9th Bond movie called; The Man With The Golden Gun.

This would be the last Rolex Roger Moore wore playing Bond.

He only wore super popular Seiko quartz watches for the rest of his 007 movies.

10. The Spy Who Loved Me

Seiko Ref. DK001 0674-5009

Seiko Ref. DK001 0674-5009 – The Spy Who Loved Me

The Seiko Ref. DK001 0674-5009 is the only watch featured in the 10th Bond movie; The Spy Who Loved Me. Again starring Roger Moore.

This is the first Seiko quartz watch to appear in a James Bond movie.

This is a rare Seiko timepiece. In the movie it’s been modified into a pager. With M sending Bond a taped message he can pull out from the top of the watch.

11. Moonraker

Seiko M354 Memory Bank Calendar

Seiko M354 Memory Bank Calendar –Moonraker

In the third Bond movie featuring Roger Moore, called Moonraker.

Again a digital, quartz Seiko watch is featured in the entire movie. 

It’s the Seiko M354 Memory Bank Calendar. This watch has also been modified to help Bond with his mission.

The watch conceals a bomb, which Bond can use to blast his way through obstacles.

12. For Your Eyes Only

Seiko H357 5040 Duo Display

Seiko H357 5040 Duo Display – For Your Eyes Only

In the 12th Bond movie; For Your Eyes Only.

Bond played by Roger Moore wears another digital Seiko watch.

The Seiko H357 5040 Duo Display features two displays. One is an analog display, the other is a digital display.

The digital display lights up with a message for Bond. 

The watch has been modified by Q in the movie. It features a speaker on the caseback, though which Bond and Q can speak to one another.

Seiko 7549-7009 Professional Dive Watch

Seiko 7549-7009 Professional Dive Watch – For Your Eyes Only

Seiko 7549-7009 Professional Dive Watch from Seiko’s Tuna series. It has a quartz movement.

It’s a watch we see in the dive scenes of the For Your Eyes Only movie. Bond wears this timepiece on the outside of his scuba suit. 

This was the world’s first quartz powered saturation dive watch. It had a water resistance of up to 600 meters.

This watch has a stand out look and memorable name; Golden Tuna. It was also unique as the watch was housed in a titanium case.

13. Octopussy

Seiko Ref. G757 Sports 100

Seiko Ref. G757 Sports 100 – Octopussy

The 13th Bond movie; Octopussy. Bond, played by Moore, again only wears Seiko watches.

The first watch we see is the Seiko Ref. G757 Sports 100. It has been modified by Q, and was fitted with a tracking device to locate the Fabergé egg.

This watch appears many times in the movie. With a few close up shots of it.

Seiko Ref. T001-5019

Seiko Ref. T001-5019 – Octopussy

The Seiko Ref. T001-5019 is basically a TV watch.

It features a tiny 1 ¼ inch TV screen on the timepiece on an LCD screen.

We get to see the TV watch in action. When Bond starts messing around it, producing this ‘adolescent antics’ Octopussy watch scene.

14. Never Say Never Again

The watch in Never Say Never Again remains a mystery.

15. A View To Kill

Seiko Ref. 7A28-7020

Seiko Ref. 7A28-7020 – A View To Kill

In the Bond movie; A View To Kill. Roger Moore wears three Seiko timepieces.

One of his Seiko watches is a quartz chronograph.

The Seiko Ref. 7A28-7020 housed the world’s first analog chronograph movement. Called the 7A28 movement. Introduced in 1982.

This timepiece brought together the accuracy of the quartz movement. With the look of a traditional chronograph.

Seiko SPW001 H558-5000 Duo Display Dive Watch

Seiko SPW001 Duo Display Dive Watch – A View To Kill (image source)

The second Seiko watch that Moore wears playing Bond, is a Seiko dive watch. The Seiko SPW001 Duo Display dive watch.

The duo display includes an analog display and a digital display.

Seiko SPD094 Ref. 6923-8080

Seiko SPD094 Ref. 6923-8080 – A View To Kill

Often referred to as the The Château de Chantilly Seiko watch.

The Seiko SPD094 Ref. 6923-8080 is an analog quartz watch. With a steel case and a gold-tone fluted bezel. The bracelet is two-toned; steel and gold. Featuring a date complication.

16. The Living Daylights

TAG Heuer 980.031 Professional ‘Night-Dive’

TAG Heuer 980.031 Professional ‘Night-Dive’ – The Living Daylights

In the 16th Bond movie we have a new Bond. This time actor Timothy Dalton plays the 007 agent.

Many nicknamed him Rambond, due to his portrayal of Bond. While Moore played Bond as a playboy and light hearted. Dalton played a more serious and dark secret agent.

Bond’s watch was in frame for less than 10 seconds. It was a TAG Heuer 980.031 Professional ‘Night-Dive’ timepiece. The first time TAG Heuer was used for a Bond movie.

You can view the Commander Bond watch at a US watch museum located in Columbia, Pennsylvania. Called the National Watch & Clock Museum. They have a James Bond exhibit.

17. License To Kill

Rolex Submariner Ref. 16610

Rolex Submariner Ref. 16610 – License To Kill

Finally, a Rolex Submariner watch makes an appearance again on the wrist of Bond.

Timothy Dalton wore a Rolex Submariner Ref. 16610, in the 17th Bond movie called License To Kill.

The Submariner Ref. 16610 was released in 1989. The timepiece was in production until 2010. This was the last Sub to have an aluminum bezel and a case size of 40mm.

Many Rolex fans consider this timepiece the last of the best in terms of Submariners.

18. GoldenEye

Omega Seamaster Professional 300M Ref. 2541.80.00

Omega Seamaster Professional 300M Ref. 2541.80.00 – GoldenEye

The Bond movie, GoldenEye, is the first time we see Pierce Brosnan taking on the role of the 007 agent.

Plus this is the first movie to feature an Omega watch. From this movie to the most recent Bond movie, Omega is the only watch brand Bond wears.

With Pierce Brosnan only wearing Seamasters during his time as James Bond.

The Omega watch featured here is a Seamaster Professional 300M Ref. 2541.80.00. This dive watch features a quartz movement.

Both Bond and the villain, Trevelyan, wear the Omega Seamaster.

Bond’s version of the watch was modified with a powerful laser beam. Which he can use to cut himself out of dangerous situations.

19. Tomorrow Never Dies

Omega Seamaster Professional  300M Ref. 2531.80.00

Omega Seamaster Professional  300M Ref. 2531.80.00 – Tomorrow Never Dies (image source Omega)

For Brosnan’s second time as James Bond, in the movie Tomorrow Never Dies. He again wears an Omega dive watch.

The Omega Seamaster Professional 300M Ref. 2531.80.00 is an automatic chronograph. The watch was modified with a detonator.

The watch was featured in the opening credits of the movie.

20. The World Is Not Enough

Omega Seamaster Professional  300M Ref. 2531.80.00

Omega Seamaster Professional  300M Ref. 2531.80.00 – The World Is Not Enough

Another Bond movie with Pierce Brosnan, means another modified Omega Seamaster.

And it was the same Omega Seamaster Professional  300M Ref. 2531.80.00 now featured again. This time in the Bond movie; The World Is Not Enough.

This dive watch was modified for Bond again. This time featuring a light source, as well as a rescue cable with a grappling hook.

21. Die Another Day

Omega Seamaster Professional 300M Ref. 2531.80.00

Omega Seamaster Professional 300M Ref. 2531.80.00 – Die Another Day

Bond’s trusty Omega Seamaster Professional 300M Ref. 2531.80.00 is featured for the last time in the movie; Die Another Day.

This would be Pierce Brosnan’s last time playing James Bond.

The watch was again modified to help the 007 agent complete his mission. It was fitted with an explosive charge, and a laser beam.

22. Casino Royale

Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean Big Size Ref. 2900.50.91

Omega Seamaster Professional Planet Ocean Ref. 2900.50.91 – Casino Royale (image source Omega)

Gone are the gadget watches when Daniel Craig takes over the role of James Bond.

His first movie as 007 is Casino Royale. Craig wears two Omegas. Both are Seamaster dive watches.

The first watch is the Omega Seamaster Professional Planet Ocean Ref. 2900.50.91. Which is a self-winding chronometer, featuring a co-axial escapement.

Daniel Craig plays a more rugged character. This watch reflects that. With its rubber black strap, black dial, and large 45.5mm case size. 

Plus a water resistance of up to 600 meters.

Omega Seamaster 300M Co-Axial Chronometer Ref. 2220.80.00

Omega Seamaster 300M Co-Axial Chronometer Ref. 2220.80.00 – Casino Royale (image source Omega)

The second Omega dive watch featured in Casino Royale. Is the Omega Seamaster 300M Co-Axial Chronometer Ref. 2220.80.00.

This dive watch has a smaller case size this time, with a 41mm case. 

The dial is decorated with a blue wave pattern. And the chronometer is powered by the Co-Axil Caliber 2500.

This dive watch has a water resistance of 300 meters.

23. Quantum of Solace

Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean 600M Ref. 2201.50.00

Omega Seamaster Professional Planet Ocean Ref. 2201.50.00 – Quantum of Solace (image source Omega)

Daniel Craig’s second movie playing James Bond is Quantum of Solace.

Omega Seamaster is on his wrist once more. This time it’s the Omega Seamaster Professional Planet Ocean Ref. 2201.50.00.

Fitted once more with the self-winding, co-axial escapement movement; the caliber 2500.

Another chronometer from Omega. With a water resistance up to 600 meters.

24. Skyfall

Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean Ref. 232.30.42.21.01.001

Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean Ref. 232.30.42.21.01.001 – Skyfall (image source Omega)

Skyfall is Daniel Craig’s third time playing Bond. And another two Omega Seamaster dive watches are featured. 

The first is an Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean Ref. 232.30.42.21.01.001.

This chronometer features an automatic movement. The watch also features a transparent caseback so you can look at the movement at work.

This is a powerful dive watch with a water resistance of 600 meters.

Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra Ref. 231.10.42.21.03.003

Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra Ref. 231.10.42.21.03.003 – Skyfall (image source Omega)

The second Omega dive watch featured in Skyfall is the Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra Ref. 231.10.42.21.03.003.

This watch has a more classic, luxury look to it. With a lacquered, sun-brushed dial featuring a date window. And with a water resistance of 150 meters.

The watch features a transparent caseback. Which gives you a look at the Calibre 8500. Which can resist magnetic fields greater than 15,000 gauss.

Again with a steel on steel look, and coming in at a case size of 41.5mm.

It’s a slick and powerful chronometer. That’s still in production today. Available at Omega boutiques.

25. Spectre

Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra 150M Ref. 231.10.39.21.03.001

Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra 150M Ref. 231.10.39.21.03.001 – Spectre (image source Omega)

In the Bond movie; Spectre. We see Bond wear a total of three Omega watches.

The first is an Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra Ref. 231.10.39.21.03.001.

This is one of the smallest watches Daniel Craig has worn playing Bond. Coming in at 38.5mm.

It’s an automatic chronometer, featuring a date, and comes with a transparent caseback. Powered by the 8500 caliber.

Omega Seamaster 300 Ref. 233.32.41.21.01.001 (Spectre Limited Edition)

Omega Seamaster 300 Ref. 233.32.41.21.01.001 – Limited Edition Spectre

The Omega Seamaster 300 Ref. 233.32.41.21.01.001 is the “Spectre” limited edition timepiece.

Again it is another automatic chronometer from Omega. This time featuring a fresh look, but still powered by the Master Co-Axial Calibre 8400, from Omega.

Omega Seamaster 300 Ref. 233.32.41.21.01.001 – Limited Edition Spectre (image source Omega)

The strap is a NATO grey and black strap. With 007 engraved on the inside of the strap. The hands have a coating of Super-Luminova. With a cool lollipop style central seconds hand.

This was a limited edition timepiece with only a set number produced.

In the movie the watch has been modified into an explosive device. The first modified watch that Daniel Craig’s Bond character has used.

Omega Chronograph Caliber 321 Ref. ST 101.010

Omega Chronograph Caliber 321 Ref. ST 101.010 – Spectre

In the final scene of Spectre, James Bond wears a vintage watch. An Omega Chronograph Caliber 321 Ref. ST 101.010.

This chronograph is from the mid-60s. With the piece that Daniel Craig wore, from 1965.

We only see a flash of the timepiece in the film. However super fans of Bond have tracked it down. With the Bond Lifestyle blog providing evidence in the form of a photo of it listed in the wardrobe sheet for that scene from the movie.

The watch pictured above is a photo taken of a similar model. Thought to be like the watch in the film. This was sourced from the Omega online forum.

26. No Time To Die

Omega Seamaster Diver 300M 007 Edition

Omega Seamaster Diver 300M 007 Edition – No Time To Die (image source Omega)

The newest installment of Bond is called No Time To Die. Starring Daniel Craig for what will probably be the last time.

Omega released their special edition watch ahead of the movie’s screening.

Their limited edition timepiece for the film is the Seamaster Diver 300M 007 Edition.

Another chronometer, that’s described as titanium on titanium. Meaning the whole timepiece is made from a lightweight Grade 2 Titanium. Which includes the titanium mesh strap.

This watch is powered by an Omega in-house movement. The Co-Axial Master Chronometer 8806. Which means it is super precise, and is resistant to magnetic forces too.

Plus the watch comes with a water resistance of 300 meters.

This 007 timepiece is available to order on the Omega online store.

To Sum Up

James Bond watches are a journey through watchmaking. Reflecting what is popular at the time of each film.

Learn more about the history of watches with the world’s current top 10 most expensive timepieces.

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