This in addition to the rugged looks and dive Omega Seamaster 300 ‘Spectre’ Limited Edition Watch Replica credentials of the Omega Seamaster 300 rendered it the perfect match for James Bond. Of course, there have been a few notable aesthetic changes that are new for the Omega Seamaster 300 “Spectre” Limited Edition when compared to the original collection from last year. The dial remains much the same, however, the 12 o’clock Arabic numeral index has been replaced with a larger Omega Seamaster logo – it is not unlikely to make it easier to spot when shown in action on the screen.
The Omega Seamaster 300 Replica has been James Bond’s watch since GoldenEye (1995), with its naval history and classic style, the watch perfectly reflects Bond’s character. The release marks a first for the partnership; until now, only commemorative editions have been used to celebrate OMEGA’s link with the franchise. Now, in celebration of the new movie, fans and watch collectors will be able to buy the model worn by 007 in SPECTRE, as the OMEGA Seamaster 300 will go on sale as a limited edition.
The Omega Seamaster Replica features a bi-directional, rotating diving bezel, made from black, polished ceramic, combined with a LiquidMetal® 12 hour scale, so that time can be kept with any country in the world. On the bracelet’s strap holder, the 007 gun logo has been engraved. Other unique features include the “lollipop” central seconds hands, as well as the 5-stripe black and grey NATO strap. Inside, the watch is driven by the highly innovative OMEGA Master Co-Axial calibre 8400, a revolutionary movement in its own right. Each watch has its own unique serial number engraved on the back along with the SPECTRE film logo, celebrating the latest on-screen adventure.
This new, historically-themed, yet ultra-modern dive watch collection meant a direct visual emulation of the classic Omega Replica Watches from the 1950s.The Omega Seamaster 300 made its debut at BaselWorld 2014, and we (of course) went hands-on with it at the time – read more about it here. However, beyond the historical charm of it all, the Omega Seamaster 300 was and indeed still is among the very first watches from Omega to bear the Master Co-Axial designation, meaning that its in-house Omega Caliber 8400 movement is anti-magnetic up to 15,000 Gauss, thanks to the exclusive use of anti-magnetic materials in the escapement.