James Bond has been wearing an Omega watch ever since Pierce Brosnan strapped on a Seamaster in the film GoldenEye in 1995. Every new 007 film is a lucrative launch pad for a new Omega model. To coincide with the launch of the latest Bond saga, Spectre, two watches were launched: the Seamaster Aqua Terra and this muscle-packed diver capable of plummeting to 300 metres below the sea and shielding the agent from magnetic fields of up to 15,000 gauss. The robust 41mm stainless steel case houses the innovative Master Co-Axial 8400 movement equipped with two barrels and a generous 60-hour power reserve. The black ceramic bi-directional bezel features an unusual 12-hour scale which can double up as a GMT indicator of a timing aid. The dial is black and sand-blasted with vintage beige Super-Luminova and a highly visible lollipop-tipped seconds hand. Presented on a cool black and grey NATO strap, this James Bond watch is limited to 7,007 pieces.