Omega Seamaster Professional 'Goldeneye'

Omega Seamaster Professional 'Goldeneye'

Why We Love It

"For England, James?"

"For England, Alec." 

James Bond has worn many different watches in film and literature, ranging from Hamilton, Seiko, and even Gruen, to Rolex. But for the modern generation, Omega has been the Bond watch. For Pierce Brosnan's debut as James Bond in Goldeneye, he wore a blue Seamaster Professional.

Seeing as Goldeneye is a product of the mid-nineties, the example he wore was quartz. Fortunately the watch nerds in the room, Omega also made this mechanical version - featuring the iconic blue wave pattern on the dial that characterized this generation of "Bond Seamasters" and perfectly patinated luminescent material.

While ours doesn't come equipped with any special modifications from Q-Branch, it does come with all the hallmarks of a luxurious yet rugged timepiece worthy of the world's favorite secret agent.  

Whether you drink your Martini's shaken or stirred, this is an essential watch for any Bond enthusiast. 

...Walther PPK not included.

The Story

Omega’s no stranger to producing high grade dive watches and chronographs, so of course it was only natural that they’d be the first to make an automatic diver’s chronograph. Truth be told, in many watch enthusiasts minds, the Seamaster Professional is the Submariner killer. 

After bursting on to the dive watch scene with the Seamaster 300 in 1957, Omega invested heavily in R&D throughout the 1960's in their quest to make their watches up to any underwater task. Indeed, their client list reads like a "who's who" of the golden age of underwater exploration - The Royal Navy, COMEX, and Jacques Cousteau were all known for their affinity towards Omega divers.


SKU: AS03187

Stainless steel case is approximately 41mm (excluding the crowns). Omega Reference 168.1503/368.1503. Omega Calibre 1109 chronometer rated automatic movement. Circa 1998.

Overall Condition: The case is in great condition overall showing normal wear consistent with age and use. Luminous blue wave dial is excellent condition with evenly patinated luminous indices. Luminous plongeur handset shows matching patination. Signed crown. Caseback shows light tool marks.

Includes stainless steel multilink bracelet and signed deployant clasp.

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