Although it may feel like it, Omega has not been inextricably linked with James Bond since October 5, 1962, when one of cinema’s most iconic characters made his on-screen debut. That first “Bond watch” was, whisper it, a Rolex—the Submariner Ref. 6538. Others have provided secret service, too, including Breitling (Thunderball) and Hamilton (Live and Let Die). It wasn’t until GoldenEye in 1995 that Omega stepped in and assumed the permanent duty of furnishing Britain’s fictional super spy with gadget-laden timepieces.
Now, to mark the 60th anniversary of the Bond franchise, two new Omegas have been released. Despite these new pieces not
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