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The world’s most famous secret agent has had an association with Omega for years. It all started in 1995 when James Bond 007, played by Pierce Brosnam, wore an Omega Seamaster Professional Diver 300m in the Goldeneye movie. This was followed in the 1997 Bond movie, Tomorrow Never Dies, with another Omega Diver 300m. Pierce Brosnan then went on to wear another Omega in The World is Not Enough in 1999.
Since then an Omega has been the go to timepiece of Mr Bond. The current 007, Daniel Craig, is a massive Omega fan, being much involved in the design of the latest watch. The Omega Bond watches cover several models including the Seamaster Diver 300m, the Omega Planet Ocean and now, thanks to Mr Daniel Craig, the classic Omega Seamaster 300. He has worn an Omega Bond watch in the following movies; Casino Royale, Quantum of Solace, Skyfall and Spectre
WHAT TO PAY? – People sometimes refer to the REGULAR Diver 300m as a “James Bond watch” as it happens to be like the one 007 wore in a movie. Don’t pay more than you should for a regular version. The real Bond watches bear the 007 logo and other subtle Bond’esque touches. For example the 2537.80.00 from 2002 (Pierce Brosnan in “Die Another Day” – a fairly regular Diver 300m with a subtle 007 above the 6 o’clock and 007 etched on the caseback. This watch will sell for somewhere between £2,800 and £3,500.
A newer example such as the 188.8.131.52.01.004 from 2019 (limited to 7,007 models – celebrating the 50th anniversary of the film “On Her Majesty’s Secret Service“) can fetch as much as £8K.. If you’re very lucky you might find one for £5K. My personal favourite is the Omega Commander’s watch with it’s distinctive white dial and red, white & blue bezel / hands (184.108.40.206.04.001). We’ve not seen a full set version of this watch sell for less than £4,000 – expect to pay in the region of £4,500+
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