Omega Seamaster Spectre

  • Collection: Omega Seamaster 300 Spectre
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  • Case/Size: Steel, 41mm
  • Dial: Black
  • Movement: Automatic-winding
  • Functions: hours, minutes
  • Specificity: Limited edition to 7007 pieces
  • Condition: Brand new
Manufacturer’s International Warranty

All the watches we offer come with a 2 year warranty but this timepiece enjoys a guarantee covered by the manufacturer, valid internationally at any flagship store or official retailer carrying the respective brand. If you wish we are happy to assist you handling this task. Scope of coverage subject to manufacturer’s policy, please contact us for more information.



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First introduced in 1948, the Omega Seamaster is the longest running product line within the brand’s portfolio. This reference has seen several upgrades over the years and towards the end of the 20th Century, in 1995 the Seamaster got its share of limelight when the world’s favorite spy “James Bond” portrayed by the charming Pierce Brosnan wore a Seamaster Professional 300M in “Golden Eye”. Since then Omega has been officially endorsing and accompanying Bond on all of his “licensed to kill” missions.
Pierce Brosnan wore the Seamaster throughout his Bond career (that’s four movies) and passed on the legacy to Daniel Craig, who sported a slightly upgraded version of the same Seamaster Professional 300M, when he filled in the shoes of the spy in Casino Royale in 2006. In the follow-up franchise in 2008, the choice was a Planet Ocean Ref: 2201.50.00 and then came ‘Skyfall’, perhaps the greatest Bond movie of all time. This time, Bond wore a Seamaster Planet Ocean Ref. with a unique titanium case. The watch later sold for just under 200,000 Euros at Christie’s “50 Years of Bond” auction. In 2015, Spectre was released, and the Q Branch handed Bond an exploding watch in the shape of a classic Seamaster 300 on the iconic 5 striped black and grey ‘Bond Nato’.

James Bond has worn an Omega Seamaster since “Goldeneye” in 1995, but this was the first watch to have been made available for purchase. And then came the all-titanium Seamaster Diver 300M special edition made for ‘yet-to-be-released’ No Time To Die. It comes on a Nato or a mesh bracelet.


The present watch is the Omega Seamaster 300 Spectre Edition, limited to 7007 pieces worldwide.
It is a rather special watch not only because it was the first time that a Bond watch was released for sale in a limited quantity, but also because it is perhaps the most elegant and beautiful Seamaster (yet).

A simple time-only piece, it features the original ‘broad arrow’ hours and minutes hands, and the lovely ‘lollypop’ seconds hand, running around the vintage-styled elongated triangle hour markers. The warm coloring of the faux-vintage lume on the markers and hands is nostalgic.

While the regular production model features a 60-minute bezel, the Spectre edition has a 12-hour bezel, which rotates in both directions and is made from polished ceramic, combined with LiquidMetal®️.
The 41mm stainless steel case is 300m water resistant with a screw down crown, featuring a domed sapphire crystal with an internal anti-reflective coating.

On the inside is the Omega’s Master Co-Axial 8400 automatic movement, equipped with two barrels and a generous 60-hour power reserve.

This iconic timepiece comes on a 5-striped black and grey nato as well as a stainless steel bracelet, in a special ‘Spectre’ branded presentation box.


Omega – bio

Omega was established in 1848 by Louis Brandt in La Chaux de Fonds, Switzerland. The company has been at the forefront of technology and innovation from its early days. In 1947, Omega created the Calber 301 – the first wristwatch tourbillon caliber in the world. Omega made history in 1962 when astronaut Wally Schirra wore a Speedmaster on his Mercury Sigma 7 Mission, making it the first watch to enter outer space. Omega’s Speedmaster became the official watch of NASA on the American space missions such as the Apollo 11 Moonlanding in 1967 and the Apollo 13 in 1970 where the watch played a crucial role in bringing the astronauts back home safely. The brand has also been the official timekeeper of the Olympics since 1932. Since 1995 it has been serving as a crucial tool for the British Secret Service agent “James Bond” when it was first endorsed by Pierce Brosnan in the movie GoldenEye.
These diverse associations make Omega one of the most popular and recognizable watch brands in the world.

Additional information


Accompanied by a Omega international warranty card, product literature and a presentation box