About this watch

James Bond fans will know the relationship between Omega and the Bond franchise, but some watches worn by Mr Bond can slip under the radar and the Omega cal 321 chronograph ST 101.010 is possibly one of these watches as it was only seen for a split second in the last seen of the film Spectre as Bond drives away in his 1965 Aston Martin DB5

The watch we have on offer today is from the same year 1965 and has been very well cared for by its one owner, the 35mm stainless steel case has retained all its crisp angles and shows no signs of being over polished.

The watch runs on the cal 321 manual wind movement as found in the famous Speedmaster Ed White and the serial number is in the correct range for the year 1965, The movement keeps perfect time, and the chronograph functions perform as they should and like all our pieces the movement carries a full 12-month months guarantee.

Our watch is fitted to an omega beads of rice bracelet which is full size and compliments the watch perfectly. It also comes delivered in its original Omega vintage box

Our stock number 1307

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