Omega Seamaster used by James Bond
Owned by MI6
Featured in Goldeneye (1995), Tomorrow Never Dies (1997), The World Is Not Enough (1999), Die Another Day (2002), Casino Royale (2006) and Quantum of Solace (2008)
In Goldeneye Bond uses the powerful laser built into the case of the Omega Seamaster to cut through the floor on Alec Trevelyan's armour train when he is trapped with Natalya Simonova. When Bond is captured by Alec at the end of the film, he has the remote operated mine armed with this button. Knowing about Q gadgetry, Alec tells Bond "Still press here?", and thus deactivates the mine. However when Boris Grishenko starts playing with the explosive parker pen, and drops it whilst still armed, Bond sees his opportunity and throws it into leaking flammable liquid. The resulting explosion gives Bond and Natalya chance to escape.
In Tomorrow Never Dies Bond picks up an 'improved' model whilst in Wai Lin's 'office'. Later whilst on board Elliot Carver's stealth ship, he removes a detonator from the watch and secures it to a jar with a primed grenade inside, which is then hidden amongst some flammable containers. When Carver kills Bond's hostage, Henry Gupta, he activates the detonator. This causes the jar to smash, releasing the grenade. The chain reaction of explosives causes a small hole in the ships shell, making it visible to radar.
In The World Is Not Enough the Omega features a bright blue night-light handy for seeing in dark places, such as when Bond uses it whilst contained within the inflatable jacket with Elektra King. Later in the film Bond goes down the bunker at the test site in Kazakhstan to find Renard. When he escapes, Bond uses the grappling feature to fire at a beam, springing him over many obstacles allowing him to make chase.
In Die Another Day Q presents Bond with his twentieth watch. At the start of the film Bond takes out a detonator pin from the side of the watch which he puts into a block of C4 explosive hidden underneath a tray of diamonds. When he is about to be executed by Colonel Moon's men, Bond twists the bevel of his watch to activate the explosives. This sends diamonds flying out in all directions, giving Zao his diamond scared face. Later in the film whilst in Iceland, Bond uses the laser feature once more to cut a hole in a sheet of ice. He then uses the underwater breather to gain entry to Gustav Graves' compound.
While Bond wears the Omega in Casino Royale and Quantum of Solace, no special features are shown, or used, so quite possibly this is just a normal watch. §