Seiko 7A28 7020 Quartz Chronograph
James Bond (Roger Moore) wears a Seiko 7A28-7020 Quartz Chronograph watch in A View To A Kill (1985). The watch can be briefly spotted in the pre-title sequence when Bond is getting comfortable in the submarine.
The Seiko 7A28-7020 has a with dial, three subdials and steel case and steel bracelet. Note that a similar model is available with day-date (7A38), but Bond wears the one without the day-date. The same model is also available in gold, much more common on eBay.
Bond wears quite a special watch. The Seiko 7A28-7020 was the first analog quartz chronograph (all quartz chronographs were digital up to that point).
Roger Moore wore many Seiko watches in his Bond films, mostly digital watches like the Seiko 0674 LC (The Spy Who Loved Me), Seiko M354 (Moonraker), Seiko G757 5020 and Seiko TV Watch (Octopussy), or the Analogue/Digital Seiko H357 5040 in For Your Eyes Only.