Time to Bond
Tatler Malaysia|November 2020
Making his fifth appearance as James Bond, Daniel Craig also played an instrumental role in the design of the watch he could be seen wearing in No Time To Die
Brian Cheong

For the first time ever, Omega is making a special edition James Bond watch a non-limited piece. The Seamaster Diver 300M 007 Edition, which will appear in the 25th Bond film No Time To Die, looks to Bond’s naval officer roots for design inspiration.

This was the input given by Daniel Craig himself, who is portraying the world’s most famous British spy for the fifth and final time. “When working with Omega, we decided that a lightweight watch would be key for a military man like 007,” he says.

Omega listened and decided on Grade 2 titanium for the 42mm case, complemented with a titanium mesh bracelet. Titanium is strong but extremely lightweight, which suited Craig very well on the set. Incidentally, the mesh bracelet can be switched out for a striped NATO strap for a sportier look.

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