Omega Speedmaster 57

Case: Stainless steel, titanium or 18kt rose gold,
Diameter: 41.5mm
Water resistant to 50 meters
Movement: Omega in-house Co-Axial calibers 9300 and 9301. They are equipped with a Si14 silicon balance spring for added stability, allowing Omega to offer a 4 year warranty on the movement.

Omega Speedmaster Black Ceramic

Case: black zirconium oxide ceramic
Diameter: 44.25mm
Water resistant to 50 meters.
Movement: Omega in-house Co-Axial caliber 9300. It is equipped with a Si14 silicon balance spring for added stability, allowing Omega to offer a 4 year warranty on the movement.

Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra Day Date

Case: 18kt rose gold or Stainless Steel
Diameter: 41.5mm
Water resistant to 150 meters
Movement: Omega in-house caliber Co-Axial 8612. The movement is equipped with a Si14 silicon balance spring for added stability, allowing Omega to offer a 4 year warranty on the movement.

The new Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean 007 Limited Edition has been released! The new Skyfall Seamaster is released to commemorate the new 007 film starting Daniel Craig due out fall 2012. This new Planet Ocean features the smaller 42mm case, a Ceramic Dive Bezel, Textured Dial with 007 logo on the 7 o’clock index. The watch also features Omega’s new Co-Axial calibre 8507 which has a Si14 Silicone Balance Spring and a 4-year warranty to boot.

Very nice looking piece.

A few days ago Omega announced a new 50th Anniversary Edition of the Seamaster James Bond 300m. The new Bond movie coming out this year is called Skyfall, and this does not appear to be a movie edition of the 007 watch.. so we might be seeing two Bond editions of the Seamaster 300m this year!

Beautiful watch. Some of the interesting features on this one are the red “50” marker on the new Ceramic dive bezel rings.. Yes, Ceramic! Very cool. If you didn’t figure it out already, the red “50” is to symbolize the 50th Anniversary. This new version has a Helium “He” periodic symbol on the Helium Escape valve, and also a combination of screws and pins now holding the new Bond Bracelet together. The photos seem to suggest that the new Bond Bracelet is a bit more angular and cut a bit better than before, giving it a fresher look.

Awesome caseback, which is the true highlight of this watch in my opinion. The barrel rifling lines that are the Bond signature as well as the back of a bullet, complete with dimpled primer! The view of that would suggest that you are looking from the back of the barrel rather than the business end.

The watch will feature the Co-Axial Calibre 2507 from Omega, and come in two sizes, 41mm and 36.25mm. The 41mm version will be limited to 11,007 pieces, and the 36.25mm version will be limited to 3,007.

I really like the detail and effort put into this 007 watch!

Video review of the sweet Omega Chronodiver with the tri-compax layout. Posted this in Youtube but didn’t get a chance to pop it on here til now just to make sure you guys see it. This is the one that uses the Omega Calibre 3301 movement, not the 7750 based movement in the Bond Style Chronodiver. Enjoy.

Omega has released a new Speedy Moonwatch model to commemorate the 40th Anniversary of the Apollo 15 mission to the Moon. Omega had commemorated the Apollo 11 40th Anniversary in 2009, and now follows up with its latest Limited Edition. This will be a Limited Edition of 1,971 Pieces, and will feature the original moonwatch Hesalite Crystal and solid engraved caseback, staying true to its heritage. The movement will be the manual-winding Omega caliber 1861.

From Wikipedia:
Apollo 15 was the ninth manned mission in the American Apollo space program, the fourth to land on the Moon and the eighth successful manned mission. It was the first of what were termed “J missions”, long duration stays on the Moon with a greater focus on science than had been possible on previous missions. It was also the first mission where the Lunar Roving Vehicle was used.

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