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Omega Seamaster 300m Chronograph


  • YEAR c2000
  • CASE Stainless Steel
  • BRACELET Stainless Steel


This beautiful and original Omega Seamaster 300m Chronograph dates from ca.2000, is chronometer certified and has the following functions: date, chronograph, escape valve and rotating bezel. This particular example retains all original parts and the red tips on the chronograph have aged giving a superb patina, as have the indices. This Omega Seamaster Chronograph has the rarer polar white dial, as opposed to the more commonly known blue wave dial. This watch is unpolished and has signs of use across the bracelet and case, and the overall condition is very good and original. The value of "Bond" era Omega Seamasters is growing significantly and these rarer models would suit a collector or an everyday wearer!  


  • SIZE 42mm
  • BRACELET Max 180mm
  • CONDITION Very good
  • CASE 42mm


Omega's Seamaster has an illustrious past, being a firm fixture of the brand's range since 1947. The Professional range, which have a water resistance to 300m, were introduced in 1994, initially as a quartz and automatic gents (41mm) and mid size (36mm) diving watch, and followed by a 28mm ladies size and a 42mm chronograph. In 2006 the Co-Axial movement was introduced into the Seamaster range, and by 2012 the aluminium bezel was replaced by a ceramic bezel. The range is most commonly known for the blue wave dial, which was engraved in the public eye by its James Bond connection. Featuring in Goldeneye, Tomorrow Never Dies, The World is not enough and Die another Day, the Professional set the scene for Omega's connection with Bond which lasts to the present day. James Bond limited editions followed with the Automatic. The range was complemented by the Planet Ocean, the Seamaster 120 and Aqua Terra.