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Luxury watch manufacturer Omega has just unveiled a very luxurious version of the Seamaster ahead of the upcoming 007 flick, No Time to Tie.

It's very familiar to last year's version — which celebrated the 50th anniversary of On Her Majesty’s Secret Service with a spiraling gun-barrel dial and Bond family coat-of-of arms at 12 o’clock — but they went ahead and opted for a 42mm platinum-gold case rather than stainless steel. It's finished with 18K white gold indexes/hands and is powered by the Omega Co-Axial Master Chronometer Caliber 8807, which is visible through the caseback.

Available through Omega boutiques nationwide, it will cost you a cool $51,900 USD to get it on the wrist. It's a significant jump up from the standard version, which clocks in at $6,500 USD.