The world’s famous spy 007 James Bond had Omega watch on his wrist for more than 20 years. We’ve listed some James Bond Omega watches. Replica Omega James Bond 007 Watches Collection.
Replica Omega Seamaster 300M No Time To Die 220.127.116.11.01.001 Watch
James Bond (Daniel Craig) wears this Omega Seamaster watch in in his final film as James Bond, No Time To Die (2020). The 42 mm timepiece has been crafted from Grade 2 Titanium, which is used for the case and titanium mesh bracelet with its innovative adjustable buckle. This material is strong and lightweight, making it 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. This replica Omega Seamaster James Bond 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.
Replica Omega Seamaster 300M James Bond 50 Years of On Her Majesty’s Secret Service 18.104.22.168.01.004 Watch
Omega Seamaster Diver 300M Limited Edition watch to celebrate 50 years of On Her Majesty’s Secret Service (1969) and its enduring partnership with James Bond. The 42 mm stainless steel watch has a black rubber strap and features an 18K yellow gold plate on the side of the case, engraved with each Limited Edition number. This replica Omega Seamaster James Bond watch has a black ceramic bezel with a white enamel diving scale, as well as a spiral-brushed black ceramic dial, which has been laser-engraved with a gun-barrel design. Its centre is exactly 9mm in diameter (same size as the 9mm bullets from the famous Walther PPK gun). 18K yellow gold is used for the hands, hour-markers and Bond family coat-of-arms at the 12 o’clock position. The number 7 on the date disc is in the 007 font, and a secret number 50 is hidden in the luminescent material of the 10 o’clock hour-marker – a reference to the 50th anniversary of the James Bond film On Her Majesty’s Secret Service.