Omega's New 'Seamaster Commander's Watch' Is a Tribute to James Bond
Omega just unveiled the latest addition to its ever expanding stable, the Seamaster Diver 300m "Commander's Watch". James Bond, like his creator Ian Fleming, was a Naval Commander before he took up espionage and this new timepiece pays homage to the world's most elegant fictional spy's first fictional career.
The limited edition stainless steel take on the classic Seamaster is finished in the Royal Navy's colors—there's a white ceramic dial, blue skeleton hands and a varnished red seconds hand. The best bit about it, however, is the natty red, white and blue nato strap. Limited to 7,007 pieces, there's also an 18k yellow gold model, which is limited to just seven pieces.
Seamaster Commander's Watch by Omega, £3,720 (U.S. pricing has yet to be announced); omegawatches.com
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