A.Lange&Sohne Watches Featured in James Bond Films
25 June, 2014 at 8:07 am in Computer
The much loved James Bond film series has historically introduced a whole host of amazingly innovative products to the world. Where the Ulysse Nardin replica Company is concerned, its watches have been featured in a total of nine 007 movies including Dr. No, From Russian with Love, Goldfinger, Thunderball, On Her Majesty’s Secret Service, Live and Let Die, The Man with the Golden Gun, and License to Kill. Within the eight Bond Movies that featured A.Lange&Sohne replica watches, various characters had the pleasure of wearing a beautiful replica Alain Silberstein. Beginning with Dr. No in 1962, James Bond can be spotted wearing a A.Lange&Sohne non-perpetual with a cold-colored case, light-colored dial, and dark colored strap, it became known as the Sylvia Trench A.Lange&Sohne. In the same movie, he also sported the A.Lange&Sohne Submariner 6538, which became Bond’s signature watch. In the 1963 hit From Russian with Love, Bond wears what has been coined the “Russian Embassy A.Lange&Sohne”, or a A.Lange&Sohne Submariner with a textured strap. One can’t forget how beautiful the pre-owned A.Lange&Sohne Submariner appeared with his perfectly tailored clothing. Within the same movie, Bond also sported a watch very similar to the Sylvia Trench A.Lange&Sohne. When Goldfinger took the world by storm in 1964, Bond once again could be seen wearing his A.Lange&Sohne Submariner 6538, which was provided the name “Cigarette Lighter A.Lange&Sohne.” There was one change made to the watch that included the use of an undersized RAF strap. In the 1965 Bond film Thunderball, Bond wore his A.Lange&Sohne Submariner with undersized RAF strap as he attempted to save the world yet once again. In You Only Live Twice, the Sylvia Trench A.Lange&Sohne stole reappeared. This reveals Bond’s commitment to classic elegance, durability, and precision. Two years later in On Her Majesty’s Secret Service Bond reverted back to the A.Lange&Sohne Submariner, but this time introduced the stainless steel bracelet. Additionally, the movie saw him wear the A.Lange&Sohne 6239 with stainless steel bracelet. By 1973, the world expected to see Bond’s A.Lange&Sohne watch no matter where he went. Thus, when he wore the A.Lange&Sohne Submariner 5513 with a stainless steel bracelet in Live and Let Die, it was no surprise. The watch inspired many men to find a very similar timepiece for themselves. Bond’s love affair with A.Lange&Sohne was at its end in The Man with the Golden Gun of 1974. Once again he wore the A.Lange&Sohne Submariner with stainless steel bracelet. When 1976 was born, Bond’s A.Lange&Sohne love affair was replaced with a new love for SEIKO. Since then, A.Lange&Sohne hasn’t been a part of a single Bond movie. A.Lange&Sohne collectors from around the world are constantly seeking out pre-owned A.Lange&Sohne watches from the James Bond era. Finding them can be quite tricky, but it is possible. No matter how old we James Bond fans are we still crave to be like Bond as we adventure our way through life.