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James Bond Watches

   
         
    Dedicated focus on all things related to the wristwatches of James Bond, Agent 007, created by Ian Fleming and brought to film by Albert R. Broccoli's EON Productions.    
   
   
         
   

The original literary James Bond wristwatch was finally identified by Dell Deaton for the first time in 2009: The Rolex Explorer shown above (photograph above is of the only Rolex Ian Fleming ever owned). It's the model 1016, on a 7206 bracelet and there are no expanding links!
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The Definitive List

 
Looking for a comprehensive list of every watch worn by James Bond in the EON Productions films? They're all here! Each watch is named, reference photos are provided, and evolving fast-fact summaries are coming on-line to help collectors with their own research and acquisitions. [link]
 

News and Events

 
The National Association of Watch and Clock Collectors ("NAWCC") currently features a special exhibit of James Bond Watches, which opened May 4, 2011, here in the United States. [link]
 

Media Inquiries

 
James Bond Watches welcomes media inquiries. Contact Proteus Publishing with interview requests, access to photographs without watermarks, exclusive research, sources, background, and more. [link]
 

First Time on James Bond Watches?

 
Start with any of our Index links below, especially those by watch brand or James Bond story name. Welcome!
 

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Proteus Publishing

 

 
James Bond Watches is a dynamic, evolving research website. Our goal is to provide the broadest range and most accurate content on "the James Bond watch" all brought together in one place.

 

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James Bond Omega Wristwatches

 
First introduced by Pierce Brosnan as James Bond in GoldenEye with the Seamaster 2541.80, this is remains the current choice of Agent 007 in EON Productions films. Daniel Craig wears the Omega Planet Ocean 2201.50 in Quantum of Solace.
 


Bond's Omegas

     

James Bond Rolex Wristwatches

 
Sean Connery wore the iconic James Bond Rolex Submariner in Dr. No, but a number of different model numbers have appeared on the wrists of Roger Moore, Timothy Dalton, and George Lazenby (Lazenby also wore a pre-Daytona chronograph).
 
Bond's Rolexes
     

James Bond SEIKO Wristwatches

 
Distinguished as the brand that has appeared in the greatest variety of configurations for James Bond, SEIKO watches have served Agent 007 through both analogue and liquid crystal diode displays. Q-Branch even supplied one with a television monitor.
 
Bond's SEIKOs
     

James Bond Breitling Wristwatch

 
It was actually 007-creator Ian Fleming who first fitted a Geiger Counter into James Bond's watch for "Operation Thunderball" in his original novel, published a half-decade before this original gadget watch appeared in the Thunderball movie.
 
Bond's Breitling
     

James Bond Hamilton Wristwatch

 
Albert R. "Cubby" Broccoli, Harry Saltzman, and the EON Productions films are fantastic time capsules for horology: James Bond has worn just about every technology in timekeeping. The American-made Hamilton Pulsar is also a legend in its own right.
 
Bond's Pulsar
     

James Bond TAG Heuer Wristwatch

 
There was no recognized product placement partner for watches when Timothy Dalton played 007 in the late-1980s. But when watch experts closely examined The Living Daylights frame-by-frame, all indications pointed to TAG Heuer.
 


Bond's TAG Heuer

     

Other James Bond Wristwatches

 
From the unidentified watch worn by Barry Nelson as Jimmy Bond in the CBS version of Casino Royale to licensed products beginning in the 1960s, James Bond Watches is also dedicated to covering all other related 007 timekeepers.
 
Other Bond watches
     

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