Offered only in a no-date format, the300M 007 Edition is easy to pick out from a line up, as it’s an all matte affair. The dial, presented without the usual wave , is a flat greyish-black with color limited to the tan tone for the lume on the markers and the red text for “Seamaster”. Below the lower dial text, we find a broad arrow insignia, the symbol used to mark the issued property of the British government (a nod to Bond’s status as a government agent). The back is closed, showing numbers that correspond to the exact format of mil-issued watches (shown below, right). See that “62”? That refers to 1962, the year that Dr. No introduced James Bond to the silver screen.
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