OMEGA finds Bond fighting fit in Skyfall

OMEGA and James Bond come together again with the new Seamaster Planet Ocean 600M 'Skyfall' watch.


Skyfall once again finds James Bond in the company of old friends and, in the case of his watch, the camaraderie continues with OMEGA. As well as releasing a special edition of its 300M Seamaster to celebrate 50 years of Bond, OMEGA is proud to unveil the new 600M limited-edition Seamaster, as featured in the film.

The Seamaster Planet Ocean 600M 'Skyfall' limited edition is the sort of timepiece that feels right at home in the derring-do world of Bond. Be it the deep-sea dives in Thunderball or the Venetian waters of Casino Royale, this watch is water-resistant up to 600m (a mighty 2,000ft). The 42mm brushed and polished stainless-steel case bears all the build and quality we love about the Seamaster, fitted with a unidirectional rotating diving bezel and a helium escape valve. The diver's clasp is engraved with "007", whilst the 7 on the dial also features the iconic logo. The watch is also equipped with a "Si14" silicon balance spring and is powered by OMEGA's exclusive new Co-Axial calibre 8507.

What is so striking about this particular Seamaster isn't merely the presence of James Bond. The sleek, black-ceramic ring of the bezel and the structured, matt black dial give the watch its masculine edge, with little details, such as the facetted, rhodium-plated hands, adding character.

Skyfall is released in the UK on 26 October (16 November in the US). Once it has made its on-screen debut, the Seamaster Planet Ocean 600M Skyfall will be available in a limited series of 5,007 pieces only. 

Read about the history of James Bond watches here

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