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Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra 150M Master Co-Axial

photo © Omega
Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra 150M Master Co-Axial
photo © Omega

James Bond (Daniel Craig) wears an Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra 150M Master Co-Axial in SPECTRE, and possibly in No Time To Die.

This Omega watch with steel case and steel bracelet is worn in the opening sequence in Mexico and in the scenes with the boat / helicopter chase on the Thames near the end of the film. In between thoese scenes, Bond wears the Omega Seamaster 300 SPECTRE Limited Edition which is given to him by Q.

The watch is available online at JomaShop for $3750 or Ernest Jones for £4000 and Amazon for $4580.

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A Limited Edition Aqua Terra was released earlier in 2015, with featured the Bond family crest on the dial and seconds hand.

James Bond wears three different Omega watches in SPECTRE. In the final scene of the film, we can just spot another model, with steel case and leather strap, which is a vintage Omega Chronograph.

In SkyFall, Bond also wore an Aqua Terra, but the SPECTRE version is the newer model, the Master Co-Axial, with slightly different design.

In No Time To Die, James Bond once again wears an Aqua Terra with blue dial, but it's not confirmed if it is exactly the same model as the model in SPECTRE..

See here a guide to Aqua Terra affordable alternatives

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So much more better looking than the main gadget watch that is the SM300 imo..
Final watch could possibly be a vintage omega seamaster chronograph. Refereed to by many as the 321 Seamaster because of its Lemania 321 movement. Her is an article.
Wasn't it the 38.5mm version ( not 42mm? I remember it was stated that it was a refreshed version to feature the 'Master Co-Axial' movement by Omega and Daniel Craig wore the 38.5mm like he did for the previous version in Skyfall.
No. In Spectre he wore the 41.5mm Master Co-axial version as featured in the article here. Same blue dial like the 38.5mm used in Skyfall, but in a bigger case size plus the Master Co-axial. Omega confirmed this as well in their Omega Lifetime magazine, issue 15.
I've recently just bought this watch, one I've wanted in quite a while now.. Such a beautiful blue dial that changes under different lighting and angles.
Bond wears this again in the scenes at Matera in No Time To Die.

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