Introducing The Omega Seamaster Diver 300M 007 Edition (Live Pics & Pricing)
Bond has another watch. While we’ve seen Bond, as of now depicted by Daniel Craig, wear everything from Planet Oceans to Aqua Terras and even a NATO-clad Seamaster 300 in 2015’s Spectre, after a five-year stand by Bond’s wrist game has changed. For 2020’s No Time To Die, Craig will repeat his job as the acclaimed spy while wearing an exceptional adaptation of the Seamaster Diver 300M Co-Axial Master Chronometer.
Something of a re-visitation of the type of the Brosnan-time Seamaster, the Seamaster Diver 300M 007 Edition inclines toward the less-sizzle-more-steak ethos of the Craig-period Bond with a 42mm titanium case, matte dark dial and bezel, and a military-contiguous combination of tanned lume and a coordinating titanium network arm band. Besides, the dial and bezel are produced using an Omega-explicit type of lightweight anodized aluminum and Omega has affirmed that the two components will blur over the long run. It’s unobtrusive, quieted, and effectively separates itself from the standard colorway and cleaned completing of its Seamaster siblings.
With a full evaluation 2 titanium case and arm band (and that aluminum bezel), the initially thought I had face to face was the means by which light the new Bond Seamaster feels. The wristband is high caliber, with an overlay over catch that has a pin to set the arm band size set up with its very own got fasten. When shut, there is a safe press button fasten to keep everything set up. I love a cross section arm band and this is effectively the best I’ve at any point had on my wrist, with tight Milanese-style connects that interlock with none of the obscure wabi-sabi common to a less expensive “shark network” style wristband. The top notch feel is a beautiful counterpart for the titanium development and, combined with the instance of the Seamaster, it feels stunning. I used to wear my 2254.50 on a modest lattice arm band, and this offers a comparable appeal however the execution is miles better. For those that in some way or another don’t burrow the titanium network, there is additionally an adaptation of the watch sold on a NATO.
Offered just in a no-date design, the Seamaster Diver 300M 007 Edition is not difficult to choose from a Seamaster line up, as it’s an all matte undertaking. The dial, introduced without the standard wave configuration, is a level grayish-dark with shading restricted to the tan tone for the lume on the markers and the red content for “Seamaster”. Beneath the lower dial text, we locate an expansive bolt badge, the image used to check the gave property of the British government (a gesture to Bond’s status as an administration specialist). The case back is shut, showing numbers that compare to the specific arrangement of mil-gave watches (appeared beneath, right). See that “62”? That alludes to 1962, the year that Dr. No introduced James Bond to the silver screen.
Lots of lume.
The 42mm estimating feels right comfortable for anybody that has had a “Bond Seamaster” on wrist and, while the 13.15mm thickness (counting the twofold domed sapphire gem) might be somewhat thicker than that of the Brosnan-time Seamasters, the Diver 300M 007 Edition wears well and houses a phenomenal METAS Master Chronometer programmed development, the Omega 8806.
While I’m by and large not a tremendous advocate of the fake matured lume, I think it looks extraordinary here and effectively suits the plan of this watch. To my eyes, this comes down to the dark tones in the dial and the pleasantly coordinated shading in the bezel. Conveyed in a waxed material travel case (with material provided by British Millerain, like a few items from Barbour) and valued at $9,200 on the wristband or $8,100 on a NATO, the Omega Seamaster Diver 300M 007 Edition is particular, extreme, and downplayed – which feels like a bullseye for a watch configuration to commemorate the 25th Bond film and Daniel Craig’s last trip as 007.
Model: Seamaster Diver 300M 007 Edition
Reference Number: 22.214.171.124.01.001
Lug to Lug: 49mm
Case Material: Titanium
Dial Color: Matte dark
Indexes: Tanned luminous
Water Resistance: 300 meters
Strap/Bracelet: Matching titanium network arm band with crease over catch or nylon NATO strap
Caliber: Omega 8806
Functions: Hours, minutes, seconds, helium get away from valve,
Power Reserve: 55 hours
Frequency: 25,200 vph
Chronometer Certified: METAS Master Chronometer certified
Additional Details: Anti-magnetic up to 15,000 gauss
Estimating & Availability
Price: $8,100 on a NATO lash, $9,200 on the titanium bracelet
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