This is Daniel Craig’s post-007 watch
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What do you do after being James Bond? This is a difficult question. Daniel Craig said QG in his unofficial release interview for the film, there was no possible way to chart his next steps. “It’s not like, ‘Okay, this is going to be my career after Bond.’ There’s no plan on that,” he said. Meanwhile, the search for the new Bond is as quiet and heavily guarded as the MI6 organization of the films. A response Craig apparently doesn’t do you have to go get it? The identity of his new favorite watch. For his final red carpet appearance, Craig still showed up in Oh-mee-guh, which the actor wore throughout his tenure on Bond. Rather than wearing the brand’s latest release, Craig now delves into the Omega archives.
Daniel Craig’s Omega Seamaster Memomatic
The old 007 wore a vintage Omega Seamaster Memomatic, probably from the 70s. The Memomatic is Omega’s answer to the wristwatch craze. While the Vulcain Cricket is perhaps the best-known watch of its kind, the Memomatic stood out in several ways. The first: a groovy barrel-shaped case sets the watch apart. The other big development was technical. Unlike Jaeger-LeCoultre’s Cricket or Memovox, which could only sound on time, the Memomatic’s alarm could be set to a specific time. and minute. In the middle of the last century, clock watches came into their own on very important people with very important things to do. Now on Craig’s wrist, it looks like the watch is still popular with VIPs.
Chris Paul’s Rolex Submariner
One of my favorite things about the watch world is its obsession with naming things – every little quirk and every detail always seems to inspire a nickname for a watch. Take Paul’s blue-bezel, champagne-dial Submariner, a refined take on the rugged sports watch. This particular model, produced in the early 1980s, features what is called a Serti dial. It comes from the French word “sertir”, which means to fix. Here it refers to diamond-Position hour markers and sapphires at 6, 9 and 12 o’clock.
Zendaya’s Patek Philippe Nautilus
Are Tom Holland and Zendaya the most powerful watch-collecting couple in the world? Zendaya started wearing this piece – the women’s version of the beloved (and discontinued) 5711 Nautilus – just as she and Holland were promoting the newer Spider Man film. There’s a good lesson in romance here: find someone who encourages you to buy outrageously beautiful and expensive watches.
Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore by Guy Fieri
Loyal readers of this column will know that Fieri keeps her wrist filled with more flavor and variety than a Turducken. This Royal Oak Offshore is a particularly piquant piece from his collection. What I like about Fieri the Watch Collector is that it seems to sidestep all the classics in favor of much wilder options. Why own the standard Royal Oak when you can have this one, with its sky blue dial and orange accents? It’s like the Gulf Oil navy and orange colorway has a millennial child.
Randall Park’s Rolex GMT-Master II
Park introduced himself as a serious Watch Dude on a march Hodinkee interview. He loves his Rolex Explorer but also owns a Vulcain Cricket and a 1974 square-shaped Heuer. But his first watch purchase was the black and blue “Batman” GMT. “Coming from a Korean immigrant family, Rolex was kind of the ultimate symbol of success in America,” he said. Hodinkee. Park’s love for Rolex and the GMT has clearly not faded. At the Netflix Is a Joke festival, the actor was spotted wearing the black and brown “Root Beer” version of the watch with a stainless steel and rose gold case and bracelet.
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