WEAPON OF POISE
GQ India|November 2021
A series-production Bond watch might be just the thing your wardrobe needs
PARTH CHARAN

Despite all the high-speed car chases, it’s quite fitting that MI6’s spiffiest killing machine wears a Seamaster. Officially bearing the rank of a Royal Naval Commander, James Bond is no stranger to the sea. Neither is Daniel Craig, who, apart from having briefly turned watch designer for this particular Seamaster Diver 300M 007, has also been given the honorary rank of Commander of the Royal Navy.

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