submitted by Gabriel Colin
Since the movie Goldeneye, the Omega Seamaster has been James Bond’s inseparable companion, making it one of the most recognizable watches in recent history. The Seamaster 300M Master Chronometer released in 2018 brings the watch from the silver screen into your own personal spy story. Its centerpiece is its blue ceramic dial, sporting a beautiful, laser-engraved wave pattern. Its hands and markers feature a chromed edge for a more eye-pleasing look, treated with Super-LumiNova paint for low-light visibility.
This version of the Seamaster features a “Master Chronometer,” which is visible through the watch’s caseback. Compared to the original 1993 version, this one sits taller, so it’s less likely for the crown to dig into your wrist. The stainless steel 42mm case sports a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal for extra protection. On top of this case, you’ll find a uni-directional aluminum bezel with a luminous point at the 12 o’clock position. At its heart is an in-house automatic movement, powering the watch, the chronometer, and the date complication at the 6 o’clock position. A 300M water resistance gives the Seamaster the seafaring capability of its namesake. This is a watch with an amazing performance, aesthetic, and history, and you can check it out at the link below.