Adds or Detracts? Bond Watch Branding

It's not just seven o'clock.  It's DOUBLE-O-SEVEN O'CLOCK.
Style Debate:  Seamaster Planet Ocean 600M “SKYFALL” Limited Edition – ???

Ignore whatever the cost will be.  It’ll be insane.  Let’s limit this to the aesthetics.

Here’s the non-Bond Seamaster Planet Ocean 600.  Now the details on this new one created for the film:

  • 42 mm in diameter
  • 600 meter water resistance
  • 007 logo appears at 7 o’clock
  • Divers’ Clasp on bracelet engraved with 007
  • SKYFALL 007 is black-varnish engraved on the rotor, visible through a sapphire crystal caseback.
  • Matte “structured” / brick textured black dial
  • Powered by Omega’s new Co-Axial calibre 8507 movement
  • Production run limited to 5,007 (hey-o) pieces

The differences (other than the movement) appear to be the 007 logo at 7 o’clock, the texture to the dial, and the engraved 007 logos on the clasp and rotor.  Now the question:

Do the 007 logos help or hurt this thing?  Plenty of you guys hate logos in general, but does adding a movie character’s branding make it less wearable, y’know, just in case you happen to have five, six, or 00-seven grand lying around?  Adding the 007 logo to a special edition watch for the movie is nothing new, but still.  Vote in the poll and leave your take in the comments…

Adds or Detracts? Omega “SKYFALL” Limited Edition

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And one last question:  Does Bond wear this 007 logo’d up version in the film?  If so, is that like a band wearing their own t-shirt on stage?