Now that the James Bond No Time To Die has been postponed, I’d like to cheer you up with a selection of used fake Omega Seamaster “James Bond” watches.
Since 1995, Omegas have adorned the wrist of secret agent James Bond. In Goldeneye, he could be seen wearing the quartz version of the Seamaster Diver 300M, reference 2541.80. When No Time to Die eventually hits theaters, he will be wearing a titanium Seamaster 300M with an in-house-developed self-winding movement. Besides the watches he wears in the movies, there are also some aaa quality copy Omega Seamaster limited editions dedicated to 007.
Seamaster 300 Spectre (€8,100)
The Omega Seamaster 300 Spectre replica with black dial I find quite interesting. My friends over at JamesBondLifeStyle might want to correct me here, but I think this was the first Limited Edition that made it to the wrist of Bond in a movie. In Spectre, James Bond (Daniel Craig) wears this Seamaster 300 Spectre Limited Edition steel on NATO strap, reference 126.96.36.199.01.001. The watch has the famous lollipop second’s hand, as well as the broad arrow hands for the hour and minutes.
This specific Omega Seamaster 300 Spectre copy is offered on Chrono24 and located in the United Kingdom. In this review, you can find all details about this watch. This Seamaster Spectre watch was released just before the Master Chronometer certification but it is anti-magnetic to > 15,000 gauss and has the Co-Axial escapement. The asking price is above the original price of €6,400, which proves that there’s quite some demand for these Bond watches. And there were 7,007 of them produced. Go figure. Click here for the offer on this Seamaster 300 Spectre.
Seamaster Aqua Terra Spectre (€5,275)
Interestingly enough, Omega often provides two watches for James Bond. One is the sportier watch, like the Seamaster 300, Planet Ocean, or 300M, but there’s often also an Aqua Terra to be seen in the movie. This steel bracelet copy Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra 150M 188.8.131.52.03.004 (click here for an in-depth article on this watch from 2015) is offered to you from the USA. The Bond connection is big and important, given the fact that Omega felt comfortable enough to produce 15,007 of them. A wink to the anti-magnetic movement and the James Bond movie, of course. The blue PVD-treated dial shows the Bond family coat of arms. On the case back, there’s the skeletonized rotor that will remind you of a gun barrel. Also here, the price is not far away from the original CHF 6,100.