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In 2012, Omega revealed the Seamaster Planet Ocean 600m SkyFall Limited Edition watch, to celebrate its seventh performance in a supporting role in a Bond film.
In the movie SkyFall, 007 wears an Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean and a Seamaster Aqua Terra.
Like every Planet Ocean, the new Limited Edition watch is ready for underwater adventure. Equipped with a unidirectional rotating diving bezel and a helium escape valve, the watch is water resistant 60 bar / 600 metres / 2000 feet.
The watch has a 42 mm brushed and polished stainless steel case and a matching patented screw-and-pin bracelet whose divers’ clasp is engraved with “007”. The rotating diving bezel is distinguished by its matt black ceramic ring with a chromium nitride diving scale.
The applied indexes on the matt structured black dial are coated with white Super-LumiNova emitting a blue light as are the polished, facetted rhodium-plated hands. The exception is the minute hand which emits a green light, as does the dot on the diving bezel. This feature makes it easy for divers to keep track of their time at a glance. At the 7 o’clock position is a 007 logo and at 3 o’clock, there is a date window.
The Seamaster Planet Ocean 600m SkyFall Limited Edition is powered by Omega exclusive new Co-Axial calibre 8507. SkyFall 007 is on its rotor in black-varnished engraving. The movement is visible through sapphire crystal in the brushed screw-in caseback.
Along with Omega's co-axial technology, the watch is equipped with an "Si14" silicon balance spring. The combination is so stable and reliable that the Planet Ocean comes with a full four-year warranty.
The Seamaster Planet Ocean 600m SkyFall wristwatch is being produced in an edition limited to 5,007 pieces and is delivered in a special presentation box.