Here we have an infographic about the coolest James Bond Watches from over the years including information about the various gadgets each one had.
A Look at the Watches of James Bond
Different versions of the Submariner were worn by Bond in Dr No, From Russia with Love, Goldfinger, Thunderball, On her Majesty's Secret Service, Live and Let Die and the Man with the Golden Dun.
In Live and Let Die, Bonds Rolex features a buz saw, allowing him to cut himself free from his shackles.
In the same film, Bond's Rolex features a magnet that can divert bullets (& open zips on dresses!)
Breitling Top Time
Bond Wore a new watch for Thunderball, a Breitling Top Time REF 2002. This was the first time Bond had a watch gadget, making it an important part of 007's history.
In Thunderball Jame Bond 007's Breitling featured a built-in Geiger counter direct from Q branch of MI5. This allowed Bond to measure radioactivity levels in the enviroment.
Many people forget the Seiko's in the history of Bond's watches. The first two - the 0674 and the M354 Memory Bank Calendar marked a brief switch to digital watches for the British secret agent.
Seiko 0647 and M354 Gadgets:
In the Spy who loved me Bond's new Sekio 0647 had a built-in pager with ticker tape printer.
In Moonraker, Bond had a Seiko M354 which featured a built-in detonator he used to escape.
Seiko G757 Sports / Liquid Crystal
Bond had two other digital watches, both made by Seiko. The first was a Seiko Liquid Crystal TV Watch, and the second was a Seiko G757 Sport 100 watch, both with their own unique features. View the Tic Watches exclusive selection of Seiko Watches for sale.
Seiko G757 Sports and H357 Gadgets:
In Octopussy, Bond's Seiko G757 Sports watch featured a built-in GPS tracking device.
In the same film, Bond's Liquid Crystal TV Watch could take satelite video calls in the movie.
TAG Heuer Professional
Timothy Dalton's Bond wore a Tag Heuer Professional Night-Drive wristwatch in the Living Daylights, as well as a professional 200 meters, watch in the same film.
Tag Heuer Gadgets:
Bond's Tag Heurs didn't feature any overt gadgets, however, the Tag Heuer worn by General Leonid Pushkin featured a button that allowed him to alert his security guard to Bond's Presence.
The most recent iterations of Bond - played by Pierce Brosnan and Daniel Craig - have worn different iterations of the Omega Seamaster, which is now considered the official watch of the 007 franchise.
In Tomorrow never dies, Bond's Omega Seamaster features an integrated detonator.
In the World is not enough, Bonds Omega Seamaster professional has a built-in grappling hook.
In Die another day, 007's watch has an integrated laser that can be fired from the wrist.
In the same film, Bond's Omega has a built-in remote detonator, as in his previous outings.