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Seamaster Diver 300M “Commander’s Watch” Limited Edition / Omega


Omega has launched the Omega Seamaster Diver 300M Commander’s Watch Limited Edition at an event in London in order to commemorate Bond’s long use of the Seamaster in films, as well as its long relationship with the Commander.

The Commander’s Watch Limited Edition is technically identical to other Seamaster 300M Diver’s watches, with a 41mm case, and Omega calibre 2500 movement with co-axial escapement. The chief difference is in the colour scheme, with a strap and bezel that reflects the colours of the ensign of the British Royal Navy. The bezel is blue ceramic with a Liquidmetal scale, and the dial is white ceramic. Pricing in steel price is CHF 4650, and in gold, CHF 28,000 — via Hodinkee

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