The matt finish embossed wave pattern dial has been replaced with a beautiful gloss black finish.Simple printed logo and dial markers are now silver framed and individually applied.The aluminum bezel insert has also been upgraded to fade proof and super scratch resistant ceramic.The current Seamaster is now a no compromise timepiece able to compete with any model from any manufacturer.Its visible through the clear display case back beating to a quick 28,800 cycles per hour.Not only does this movement display the time in a 3 hand format; it shows the day of the month in pointer style around the edge of the dial.
By the late 1800s and early 1900s the company had earned a reputation for making some very complicated watches, including minute repeaters that chimed out the time in a sonorous fashion that defied the size of the watch.
Even the buckle looks like new, hardly showing even the slightest scuff.
The split pin rivets are intact and the tritium dial still has some glow left with perfectly matched red framed hands.
Since its introduction way back in 1993, the Omega Seamaster “James Bond” series of Seamaster 300 Professionals have been one of the brands best selling models.
High quality, extreme capabilities and of course their appearances in many Bond films didn’t hurt either.