Daniel Craig’s James Bond Omega Watches

Daniel Craig was introduced as the new James Bond in 2006, becoming the seventh actor to assume the iconic role. He has portrayed Agent 007 over the next 15 years, with the Craig era known for its realistic plots with a 21st-century edge.

Daniel will play Bond for the fifth and last time in this year’s No Time To Die; and we’ll surely miss him as he takes his final mission! Here’s a look back at all of Daniel Craig’s Bond watches through the years:

 

Seamaster Bond 300M

 

Casino Royale (2006)
Seamaster Professional and Seamaster Planet Ocean

Daniel marked his first Bond film with not one, but two Omega watches. The film opens with a chase scene in Madagascar, where we see Daniel wearing an Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean in steel (2900.50.91). Bond wears this watch in all of the outdoor scenes in the movie.

In more formal scenes, he wore an Omega Seamaster 300M (2220.80.00) in a 41mm stainless steel case. In an interesting development, the blue wave dial timepiece didn’t have special Q-features like the ones Pierce Brosnan wore in 007 films.

 

Seamaster Casino Royale

 


 

Planet Ocean 42

 

Quantum of Solace (2008)
Seamaster Planet Ocean

In Quantum of Solace, Daniel sported an Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean 600m Co-Axial Chronometer watch with a cool and classic black dial and discreet stainless steel body and bracelet. Again, this watch appeared without gadgets.

A limited edition version of this watch (222.30.46.20.01.001) was also released with a black textured dial and a blood red tip-of-the-seconds hand. The words Quantum of Solace also appear below the hands.

 

Planet Ocean Quantum of Solace

 


 

Planet Ocean Skyfall

 

SkyFall (2012)
Seamaster Planet Ocean

In the opening scenes of SkyFall, Daniel wore an Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean (232.30.42.21.01.001) with a 42mm case and black dial. The exact watch he wore was a titanium piece specially made for the action scenes of Skyfall and was later sold at Christie’s “50 Years of Bond” auction. Omega commercially released a similar watch in steel.

To celebrate the film, Omega also launched a limited edition “SkyFall” Seamaster Planet Ocean which comes with a matte structured black dial and a “007” logo at 7 o’clock.

 

Planet Ocean Skyfall

 


 

Aqua Terra Blue Dial

 

Skyfall (2012) / Spectre (2015)
Seamaster Aqua Terra

While he wore a Planet Ocean in the action scenes for SkyFall, he switched to a stainless steel Aqua Terra for the casino scenes. The watch features a blue vertical teak pattern dial and a date indicator at the 3 o’clock position.

He also wore a newer version of the blue dial Aqua Terra (231.10.42.21.03.003) in 2015’s Spectre, particularly in the opening sequence in Mexico and in car and helicopter chase scenes near the end of the film.

 


 

Seamaster Spectre

 

Spectre (2015)
Seamaster 300

For most of the scenes in Spectre, Daniel wore a Seamaster 300 SPECTRE Limited Edition (233.32.41.21.01.001) in stainless steel. It was paired with a NATO strap, reminiscent of the ones worn by Sean Connery in classic Bond films, Goldfinger and Thunderball.

The watch features a unique bezel with numbers that go from 1 to 11 and then a 0, instead of the number 12; plus faux vintage Super-Luminova markers that emphasize its retro styling.

 


 

Seamaster 300M Black

 

No Time To Die (2021)
Seamaster 300M Diver

In his final Bond film, Daniel will wear an Omega Seamaster Diver 300M Co-Axial Master Chronometer in a 42 mm case (210.90.42.20.01.001), made of strong but lightweight Grade 2 titanium.

Omega worked closely with Daniel and the filmmakers in making this timepiece, whose retro-cool look is achieved through the brown tropical aluminum bezel ring, vintage Super-Luminova markers and mesh bracelet.

 

 

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