Points of Mention
This watch is sold with an original Omega box, Travel roll, a swing tag and paperwork. The watch comes paired with the Omega titanium bracelet with the innovative adjustable signed titanium Omega folding clasp. The watch is from April 2022 and is sold in worn condition, but overall fair condition as you can see. The watch comes with its Original Manufacturer warranty which is able to be used by whoever owns the watch and has the guarantee card.
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Here we have an Omega Seamaster 007 Edition, “No Time To Die”, which was made for the film release in 2020, it was the 25th year that Omega and Bond shared a screen. The first Omega Seamaster was based loosely around waterproof watches made for the Royal Navy at the close of WW2, what made the Seamaster appealing was its use of an O-Ring gasket which gave it temperature and depth resistance. In 1955, the Swiss Laboratory for Watch Research tested out 50 Seamaster cases with a 60-metre depth rating, Omega was so confident that they strapped one to the outside of a plane and flew it over the North Pole in 1956. Lindy Hemming, the costume designer, chose the first Bond Omega, a Seamaster 300M Quartz, for Pierce Brosnan’s “Goldeneye” Bond debut in 1995. The 42mm chamfer-edged Grade 2 Titanium case curves over your wrist with "twisted" bevelled lugs, on the right side, is a screw-down signed crown protected by shoulders. The rotating bezel is unidirectional, with angled edges for grip and a brown tropical 60 minutes dive insert, the numerals have a coating in light Old Radium SuperLuminova. On the left side, is a Helium escape valve. Domed anti-reflective coated sapphire crystal protects the matte brown dial, applied disc and baton indexes coated in light Old Radium SuperLuminova mark the hours, and skeletonised sword hands have luminescence infill. The sweeping second’s hand has a red tip and lollipop counterweight and at 6 o’clock, a 'Pheon' arrow, the text is expertly applied, reminding us of the Navy connection 007 has, above Omega proudly states, “CO‑AXIAL MASTER CHRONOMETER, 300m/1000 ft. On the reverse, Omega has designed a new system of locking the case back, a ceramic Naiad locking system, the system is patented and the patent roughly states it's a locking system designed for a screw-down case back that allows the user to orient engravings in proper alignment without matching a given case back to a given case. “Naiad” is Greek for mythical water spirits and a deep engraving of the 'Pheon' arrow and the model reference in the centre, inside an automatic Omega Cal. 8806, 35 jewels, 25,200 beats per hour. Omega uses modern materials to achieve accuracy, and reliability, such as a silicon hairspring and a Titanium balance wheel, resistant to magnetic fields reaching 15,000 gausses, the rotor is bidirectional for improved efficiency, certified Master Chronometer, approved by METAS, ”Swiss National Metrology Institute”, the watch goes through COSC certification before being selected for the eight tests run by METAS. This watch comes fitted on its Omega Grade 2 Titanium mesh bracelet with the innovative adjustable clasp and push-button release and the watch comes with an original Omega presentation box, Travel roll, swing tag and paperwork.