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    Bondwatch

    This Grand Seiko could be the perfect Bondwatch. Elegant and higtech stuff (Spring Drive)
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    Re: Bondwatch

    Thats a beauty!

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    Re: Bondwatch

    Quote Originally Posted by ancient_mariner View Post
    Thats a beauty!
    It would be fun if some Grand Seikos where exposed in movies in the future. That could mean that Seiko could replace their Omega stands today beacause Omega is going upmarket closer to Rolex.

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    Re: Bondwatch

    It would be interesting if Bond were to move to Seiko, but I can't see it happening. Just because of the brand perception by the mass market.

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    Re: Bondwatch

    Yes I know. But I mean in any movie. Like deapsea was exposed in Unknown with Liam Neeson

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    That's a unique idea, indeed. Why not? Could be some other (serial / multi episode) movies where actors use Seiko divers or GS or SD models. It is very possible, indeed.

    I wonder if Seiko ever contacts movie makers or actors.

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    Re: Bondwatch

    I dont know. Maby Seiko refuses to take their expensive watches on famous actors . But Omega would be say thanks to the actors and ambasadours who wears their watches.

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    Re: Bondwatch

    Quote Originally Posted by Spit161 View Post
    It would be interesting if Bond were to move to Seiko, but I can't see it happening. Just because of the brand perception by the mass market.

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    Hey Jake,

    Roger Moore's James Bond actually wore a few Seikos... A 0674 in The Spy Who Loved Me, the TV Watch in Octopussy and a few others in A View to a Kill, Moonraker and For Your Eyes Only. Does anyone know the specific models from these films? The one from A View to a Kill looks quite sharp. And apologies for being a smart-ass

    Back on topic, I think the Spring Drive Marinemaster would work well. Bond always wears a dive watch!
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    Re: Bondwatch

    In the 80s where the cheap digital watches very big and populair. It suited him at that time. I think the Grand Seiko diver would be better.


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    Re: Bondwatch

    He need the 600m SD then he always has London time no matter where he is in the world
    here is a man which really need the GMT function

    To me the real Bond watch is a Rolex Sub.
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