Designed with input from Daniel Craig, the stunning and shockingly lightweight neo-vintage dive watch features a 42mm titanium case with a striking "tropical" aluminum bezel ring and dial.
Unlike previous collaborative models between the Swiss watchmaker and spy franchise, the 007 branding is thankfully very subtle. The caseback, for instance, is inscribed with a military-style serial number that features "007" and "62," the latter referencing the year the first Bond movie was released. There's also a "Broad Arrow" symbol on both the caseback and dial, which nods to the British Ministry of Defense.
A co-axial 8806 automatic movement makes up the guts of the timepiece, which gives it magnetic resistance up to 15,000 gauss and a 55-hour power reserve. More than enough to help save the world once or twice.
Set to ship in Feb. of next year, it's already available for pre-order through OmegaWatches.com and will run you $8,100 on a NATO strap—or $9,200 on a Milanese bracelet.