That, is a BEAUTIFUL watch, although i never liked these kind of hand's. (I prefear sward hands...)
I've been following this thread at work and I couldn't help but burst out laughing at this. Thanks for the laugh, Dan!
I think the lume on the minute hand is white, along with the lume on the dot on the rotating bezel. This is for timing purposes. Surprised it’s not green, rather than white—blue and green is Omega’s usual design pattern.Not weak at all. And even the bezel is lumed! Looks like they left the lume off the minute hand on this prototype though!
Your Skyfall AT crushes this. A stunning piece.I think the lume on the minute hand is white, along with the lume on the dot on the rotating bezel. This is for timing purposes.
At first I feel like I like this watch--then I feel bad about liking this watch!
I think I still prefer my Skyfall AT. No 007 markings, but still has a connection to the movies. And looks damn good!
I'm obviously missing something here, clearly.It’s also available on a NATO strap.
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I agree with all this (except that I like the Milanese), and yet still crave this watch. People here are complaining about the fauxtina, but this is clearly a tan color. To me it all works, but the price is insane, compared with what else is out there in the same range.It's nice enough, but for the price increase you're getting a worse watch overall. Having aluminum instead of ceramic, while it might look cool, is undoubtedly worse. They could've gone with a matte ceramic. Then they get rid of the display back, which is fine, but they don't even update it with a new hippocampus or anything, just a boring caseback.
They ditch the gorgeous bracelet and offer the Milanese, which while looking decent is very clearly another downgrade.
Titanium is cool, but when other features are worse than the standard Seamaster, that price hike is ludicrous.
Also for everyone happy that they didn't have Bond branding all over, they've never had Bond branding on their film watches, I'm not sure why so many people are so relieved. They always release some sort of Bond edition alongside the actual film worn watch. Having branding on the film version would be like the cars having the title of the film plastered on the side. Of course they're not going to do that.