Five new registries are now publicly available for the people most passionate about exclusively-numbered James Bond watches.
CommanderBond.net presents the full details below in the following press release:
“The James Bond Limited Edition Watch Registries”
Between 2002 and present day, Omega SA has produced exactly 40,035 sequentially-numbered wristwatches under license with Eon Productions, and associated with the last three 007 feature films.
Where did each individual watch start out? Where are they now? What sorts of “stories” go along with them: From where they’ve been worn, what personal life events they may been used to time, reasons they were subsequently sold—and bought by the next person? Additionally, there are print ads, images, press releases, and specifications to be included as well.
JamesBondWatches.com has created specific Blogs to answer all these questions and indulge passions. A great deal of information is already online in each one right now.
The 2002 Omega Seamaster watch, limited to 10,007 pieces and released in conjunction with Die Another Day, starring Pierce Brosnan as James Bond, and in overall commemoration of 40 years of 007 feature films
The 2006 Omega Seamaster watch, limited to 10,007 pieces and released in conjunction with Casino Royale, starring Daniel Craig as James Bond
The 2006 Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean BIG SIZE watch, limited to 5,007 pieces and released in conjunction with Casino Royale, starring Daniel Craig as James Bond
The 2008 Omega Seamaster watch, limited to 10,007 pieces and released while Quantum of Solace was being filmed, starring Daniel Craig as James Bond
The 2008 Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean watch, limited to 5,007 pieces and released in conjunction with Quantum of Solace, starring Daniel Craig as James Bond
An overall Registry Index is available at the following link: http://jamesbondwatchregistries.blogspot.com/
“This is a rather die-hard group of James Bond fans,” observes Dell Deaton, creator of www.jamesbondwatches.com, and these new Registries. “As we reach critical mass with registries and followers to the Blogs, I wouldn’t be surprised if a get-together of some sort was arranged in 2010. I can already think of a great venue here in the United States. Similar collecting groups may see this as a common draw for places in their countries around the world as well.”
Blogs will be updated at most once per day. Each Blog includes an eMail link to get in touch with JamesBondWatches.com for those who have suggestions for information, including photographs, to be included. Contributors may choose not to have their names included.
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