OK, we'll skip the whole "shaken, not stirred" routine and skip to the salient facts. Omega has just released its latest Bond-themed timepiece, the Omega Seamaster 50th Anniversary of On Her Majesty's Secret Service and it's pretty awesome. Limited to just 7007 pieces (see what they did there?), the Bond watch pays homage to, as the name would suggest, the 1969 classic Bond movie On Her Majesty's Secret Service. There are quite a few unique styling cues that feature on this bespoke timepiece, and some of them are pretty impressive. For a start, the limited edition wristwatch is based on the standard steel 42mm Seamaster 300M Professional, and features a black ceramic and PVD dial with the signature Bond gun-barrel motif and 9mm bullet hole at its centre. At 12 o'clock, the 18k yellow gold index is stylised to look like the Bond family crest, and the rest of the hour indexes, as well as the hour, minute and second hands, are finished in 18k yellow gold. In addition, adorning the left-hand side of each case is an 18k yellow gold plate engraved with the watch's individual number and the famed 007 logo. The limited-run timepiece also has a…

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