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Omega Specialities Seamaster James Bond 007 Limited Edition


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Brand, Seller, or Collection Name Omega
Part Number 212.30.41.20.01.005

Product Description

LIMITED EDITION Omega Seamaster 50th Anniversary James Bond Edition Timepiece 212.30.41.20.01.002 Black Dial COSC Movement

  • ASIN: B00822UZSA
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #135,667 in Watches (See Top 100 in Watches)
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    Customer Reviews

    4.6 out of 5 stars
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    I like watches which have an understated elegance.
    Lawrence H. Neville
    Growing up I was always imagined myself buying a Omega watch.
    Vinay
    I've had an Omega Seamaster 41mm for 9 years and I love it.
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    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    50 of 54 people found the following review helpful By eiyesq. on December 26, 2012
    The watch is a great watch and it's quality, style, durability, accuracy, and construction is not why I'm writing this review. The actual retail purchase price for this watch brand new with box and papers and the full Omega warranty at any official Omega Boutique is $5,000.00 or $1,895.00 less than the retail price listed on Amazon. The full retail Omega Boutique purchase price is $1,395.00 less than the discolunted price lited on Amazon. So if you want this watch, with original box, papers and a full Omega warranty, purchase it at an Omega Boutique. You'll save $1,395.00 on the supposed discount porice listed on Amazon. And no I don't work for Omega and I'm not in the watch business. I'm considering purchasing this watch and have gone to an Omega Boutique to look at and price it.
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    14 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Lawrence H. Neville on August 20, 2012
    I like watches which have an understated elegance. An observer sees this crisp watch with a black face and ceramic bezel. Only the wearer can see that the 007 trademark appears on the face and a bullet on the back, representing the finely crafted mechanism. It's like a secret luxury.
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    12 of 15 people found the following review helpful By F. Mah on October 21, 2012
    It is a beautifully detailed watch. I love all the features of the watch ... the 007 monogram detailing on the laquered black dial that fades in or out depending on the viewing angle, the number 50 in red on the ceramic bezel ring to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of James Bond, the ultra-cool signature 007 gun-barrel design stamped on the screw-in caseback AND in the centre, a gold and silver "bullet" decoration on the rotor with the notation "JAMES BOND 50 YEARS" that rotates and can be viewed through a central sapphire crystal with anti-reflective coating.

    A certified Co-Axial Chronometer in stainless steel that is centered around OMEGA's calibre 2507 self-winding movement fitted with the revolutionary Co-Axial escapement, that is water resistant to 300 metres and is equipped with a Helium escape valve, the black dial marked with white Super-LumiNova indexes with a blue emission, it is an elegant and distinctive timepiece made modern and "yes" - cool ... and a great commemoration to the special anniversary of "007."
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    18 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Sinohey TOP 1000 REVIEWER on November 10, 2012
    Omega has consistantly produced reliable solid wrist watches in the sports as well as the dress categories. The new Seamaster is no exception but it is not a stand out either. Its masculine rugged design, with polished brushed steel 41mm case and iconic bracelet, give it a recognizable cachet.
    The watch can be comfortably worn on the wrist of any man, unlike some of the gargantuan models, by other well-known manufacturers, with dials about 2 inches in diameter.

    The tie-in with the James Bond movie does not add anything new to the mechanism of the watch. It is a standard Omega 2507 automatic self-winding Co-Axial Movement Chronometer with a 48 hour reserve. Expect a time deviation of a few minutes per month that should be reset to an atomic clock if possible. The case is shock proof to the common vagaries of everyday use and water resistant to a maximum 300 meters/1000 feet and equiped with a Helium escape valve. The 7" bracelet is elegant, the links are well fastened and the deployant buckle is secure and not prone to unlocking during rough activities.

    The "Bond" 50th anniversary limited edition is unique by the added design on the dial and bezel. The 007 gun barrel and a bullet are stamped on the screw-in caseback, "50" is etched in red on the rotating ceramic bezel and a black dial paved with 007 and Bond emblems that are best seen close-up through the sapphire crystal with anti-reflective coating.

    Is the tie-in with the Bond franchise worth the MSRP ($6,895)? In my opinion, it is not, unless one is enamored with the Bond saga. I gave it only three stars because of the inflated MSRP, otherwise I would rate it at 4 stars.
    The Omega 2225.80 Seamaster Chronograph is a better value for a similar watch (MSRP $3900).
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    3 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Vinay on March 13, 2013
    Growing up I was always imagined myself buying a Omega watch. And finally when the time was here for me to buy an Omega Watch, I couldn't asked anything better than the 50th Anniversary Edition James Bond Watch.

    Its Classy, sporty and I can wear them on any attire. It just blends with you. It comes with a unique number which makes it even more special, that no one else has exactly the same Watch..

    Beware, on Amazon folks are trying to sell the same watch for a premium. Do yourself a favor go buy from any Omega Authorized dealers or Boutiques its 5000$ with some bargaining you can get them to 4500$.

    I am just loving it..
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