The Omega that many people refer to as the Bond watch is the Omega Seamaster Professional, also known as the Seamaster Diver 300M. And it’s back! Not that it was gone or anything, but things had gone a little quiet. The watch that was once lovingly referred to as the Bond watch or the SMP (Seamaster Professional) has been revamped as Omega launches fourteen new models. Last year, Omega introduced the Seamaster Diver 300M Commander’s Watch, reminding us of the James Bond connection. That story started in 1995, with Pierce Brosnan wearing the Omega Seamaster in the movie GoldenEye. This specific Seamaster was introduced in 1993, with either a quartz movement or an automatic movement – calibre 1109 upon introduction, but soon changed to calibre 1120, both based on the ETA 2892 – featuring the well-known blue dial with a wave pattern. The automatic model was called the Seamaster Professional (short SMP) and has been in the collection ever since, although in various executions, and on the wrist of James Bond in five movies.