How much is the 007 Seamaster?

How much is the 007 Seamaster?

How much do Omega James Bond watches cost?

Model, reference number Price (approx.)
Seamaster 300M Spectre, 10,000 USD
Diver 300M No Time To Die, 9,500 USD
Planet Ocean Skyfall, 7,800 USD
Aqua Terra 150M James Bond Edition, 7,100 USD

Is Omega Seamaster 300M a good investment?

The Omega Speedmaster is arguably the brand’s most legendary and defining timepiece. The collection is well-known across the world and has a huge audience. It is an absolute classic that will always be in high demand, making it an ideal investment opportunity.

What kind of watch does 007 wear?

OMEGA Seamasters
Since 1995, James Bond has worn OMEGA Seamasters in every film. Over the years, we have also created some very special limited edition timepieces whose special features honour 007 and his legacy of more than half a century of genre-defining movies.

Is the Seamaster Diver 300m 007 edition the James Bond watch?

THE SEAMASTER DIVER 300M 007 EDITION Set your sights on James Bond’s newest timepiece! OMEGA worked closely on the development of the Bond watch with Daniel Craig and the James Bond filmmakers.

When did the Omega Seamaster 300 Master Chronometer come out?

Seamaster 300 master chronometer First created in 1957, the Seamaster 300 represents one of most famous watches in underwater history. Today, OMEGA has gone back to the start of the story, with a new vintage-inspired collection that embraces the past, while also offering the best in modern precision.

What kind of chronometer does the Omega 007 Edition use?

Featuring scratch‑resistant sapphire crystal, the 007 Edition is powered by OMEGA’s Co‑Axial Master Chronometer 8806, which has achieved the industry’s highest standards of precision, chronometric performance and magnetic resistance.

What kind of strap does a Seamaster 210 have?

(Reference 210.92 has a NATO strap.) The design is a technical marvel, a distinctly retro move and a first for the Seamaster. It’s a dress watch vibe married to a tool watch aesthetic, completely at odds with both common sense and the collection’s history.

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