How the Swatch Casino Royale changed my collecting forever.
In 2006, when Daniel Craig took the lead at Casino Royale, the label debuted a special Seamsaster Diver 300M Chronometer, whose dial mimicked a spiral gun barrel. In the following years, Craig carried the alliance forward, serving as a brand ambassador for the high-end horologer. Appearing in Omega video and print campaigns, Craig has also represented the label at various red-carpet and sports.
It’s both the 25th Bond movie and Daniel Craig’s final appearance as 007. The film marks the end of an era, both in terms of the actor and his custom watches. For No Time To Die, Omega has introduced the brand new Omega Seamaster Diver 300M 007 Edition. As with any new Bond watch, it has people talking.
Daniel Craig is the star of some of the best James Bond films in recent history, including Casino Royale and Skyfall (let's try to forget Quantam of Solace and Spectre). He also has an exceptional physique that many guys would kill to have (pardon the pun).
Daniel Craig describes the inspiration behind the watch, “When working with Omega, we decided that a lightweight watch would be key for a military man like 007. I also suggested some vintage.
And, up there with the worst of them, there’s the Casino Royale scene in which Eva Green asks Daniel Craig if his watch is a Rolex. “Omega,” he replies. “Beautiful,” purrs Green.
Casino Royale is my favorite James Bond movie and even though, at the time of purchasing this blu - ray, I already had it on DVD, I just had to get it in high - definition to complete my collection as I had the other Daniel Craig Bonds on blu - ray. The movie looks fantastic. The color saturation is incredible, especially upon my first watch. One thing in particular that stood out to me upon.
Daniel Craig as James Bond 007 wears an Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean Big Size (45.5mm) with black rubber strap in the movie Casino Royale.The watch can clearly be seen on several promotional photos and in the movie. Some fans complained that the watch didn't have any special features, like the old-fashioned laser cutter, or explosive watches from the Roger Moore era, but nonetheless an.