Did you know that up until Skyfall, half of James Bond watch choices in Eon Productions movies were quartz models. James Bond Wore the Quartz Revolution—a brand new exhibit—will challenge what you think you might know about James Bond Watches. The exclusive exhibit opened to the public just yesterday (June 3, 2015) at the National Watch & Clock Museum (NAWCC), in Columbia, Pennsylvania. It is curated by THE authority on James Bond watches, Mr. Dell Deaton (JamesBondWatches.com).
At the center of this exhibit are examples of all 12 quartz James Bond wristwatches representing screen-correct models of those featured in EON productions movies premiered from 1973 through 1995. Live and Let Die (Pulsar / Hamilton Watch Co), The Spy Who Loved Me (Seiko), Moonraker (Seiko), For Your Eyes Only (Seiko), Octopussy (Seiko), Goldeneye (Omega) and more.