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Vintage Omega Chronograph Caliber 321

photo © EON Productions, Danjaq
A photo from a SPECTRE wardrobe sheet reveals the vintage Omega chronograph.
photo © EON Productions, Danjaq

photo © MGM, EON Productions, Danjaq
The Omega Chronograph watch can only be seen for a split second in SPECTRE, but the details match the photo on the wardrobe sheet.
photo © MGM, EON Productions, Danjaq

Bond Lifestyle can exclusively confirm that James Bond wears a vintage Omega watch in the last scene of SPECTRE when he drives away in the Aston Martin DB5.

As already suggested by some fans*, the watch is indeed a vintage Omega Chronograph with Caliber 321 from the mid-1960s. The exact model reference number is ST 101.010. The watch is from 1965, the same year as the Aston Martin DB5. A copy of a wardrobe sheet shows a photo of the watch (see image on the left).

The watch has a steel case, and silver dial with Baton hour markers and three silver subdials. The outer ring features a Tachymeter scale. The watch has a crown and two flat push buttons on the right side of the case. The strap is black leather with canvas sail / sailcloth look. If you search for this watch model you might find different variations of the Omega logo, especially the size of the text in relation to the Omega sign.

The Omega Chronograph watch can only be seen for a split second in SPECTRE when Bond drives away in the DB5, but the details of the watch seem to match the photo on the wardrobe sheet.

This model vintage Omega Seamaster is hard to find, and also the exact model number / year is not known making it hard to find the same model.

A very similar model with the same features is pictured below (click to enlarge, thanks to rcs914 on Omega Forum for the image)

Omega Vintage Chronograph 321

This is the third Omega watch worn by James Bond in SPECTRE. In the first scene in Mexico, Bond wears an Omega Aqua Terra 150M Master Co-Axial, of which a special James Bond edition was released by Omega. Q gives Bond an Omega Seamaster 300 SPECTRE Limited Edition in the film with some special features.

Complete the look
The outfit worn by Bond in the last scene is a three-piece charcoal grey small check suit by Tom Ford, a pale blue cotton shirt with French cuffs by Tom Ford, a pale blue pcket square, a black silk find necktie by Thomas Pink, and the Dents black leather Driving Gloves (same gloves as worn in the Rome scenes). Probably Bond also wears the Tom Ford JB cufflinks, but this is not confirmed.

* AJB Forum member Stefan was one of the first fans to ID this watch perfectly way back in January 2016; Allen posted a message on Bond Lifestyle in February suggesting it was a 321 Calibre, and rcs914 also got it right in May on the Omega Forum.
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Summer Essentials 2024


Dear Sirs, I believe I have the vintage watch shown here. How would i go about verifying that indeed it is the same watch. Regards,
Go to your Omega boutique.

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