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    Bond...



    Can't see too much but looks like a Nato strap.
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    MB2, SOH, Aquascope, Tangente, MM300, Blackbay, North Flag, Officer, Visitor.

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    with the nato , can only be the 300 co axial which would make sense with former 300 ref with Bond

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    Sweet.

    Nato and Bond should always be used in the same sentence......
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    It depends if he's being Bond. When not being Bond he's usually wearing a Rolex, usually vintage.

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    He isnt pulling the look off too well if you ask me. The Nato is not something that goes well with a suit. Im not in love with the tie bar, gloves and Monk strap boots with that suit either.
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    Yea the nato doesnt realy work in this case.. Hes just too dressed up. Shouldve worn the bond AT


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    I'm wondering if it's to do with story continuity. Other photos from earlier filming have shown him wearing a watch on a bracelet. Recent pics have shown him with the Seamaster 300 Co-Axial on NATO strap. I can't help thinking that this scene currently shooting in Rome precedes or follows-on from the scenes filmed in the snow a week or so ago, or that Bond is jetsetting around Europe wearing the last watch he changed into. Sure, movies aren't shot in scripted order, but I can't figure why he's wearing that watch with that suit, since fashionistas the world over have torn this look apart in recent days.
    He looks more like he's dressed for a cameo in "Sin City".
    Can't say I'm thrilled with the Two-Watch-Bond aspect of it all, either. He's never struck me as the type who'd have more than one wristwatch, despite what the Daniel Craig Bond era would have us believe. So far, he's worn five different watches in three films, with a possible two more in this new film. He's one of us!
    Ah well, all we can do is sit back and wait until Oct/Nov.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CamB View Post
    He isnt pulling the look off too well if you ask me. The Nato is not something that goes well with a suit. Im not in love with the tie bar, gloves and Monk strap boots with that suit either.
    The boots are the worst (would be fine with jeans or maybe khakis, but does Bond ever wear those?). I could forgive the gloves (driving perhaps? Or preventing finger prints?). The tie bar seems fine to me, but I have gotten to only wearing a suit and tie to weddings or funerals.
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    beeee400fd147d8e80f62c5404717b0c.jpgd8f3e7b38030105770325447127e7c66.jpgHe just gets in the way Well is a Bond style NATO
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