Bond fever has taken hold. Could Spectre be our favourite Bond film to date?
One constant is Bond’s impeccable style – from his suits, to his Speedos and cars. There are websites devoted to how we can become more like the man and, of course, integral to this is his Omega watch. And this year in Spectre he’s keeping it classic by wearing the Omega Seamaster 300 – an updated version of the dive classic from 1957.
Both these watches have a real sense of history and sentiment that can only come from being a part of the James Bond story for the last 20 years.
To Celebrate the release of SPECTRE we were the hosts last Thursday night when over a hundred guests joined us at Vue cinema in Leamington Spa for an exclusive screening of the new James Bond film SPECTRE.
This is the third time that Tustains have held the event, following previous screenings of Skyfall and Quantum of Solace. Myton Hospice were presented with a cheque for £1,610.00 by the owners of the award winning jewellers, brothers Tom and Joe Milner.
Guests who had donned their Black Tie for the evening were greeted with Champagne as they made their way up the red carpet at The Leamington Tennis Court Club in Bedford Street. The drinks reception featured a special exhibition of limited edition Omega watches, a demonstration Real Tennis match and a charity raffle with prizes including vouchers for Tustains and Tom Ford sunglasses donated by Charnleys Opticians.
After the drinks reception, the party moved to a private screen at the cinema for the film which is the twenty fourth in the series and the longest Bond film to date. With a budget of $300 million, it is tied with Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End as the second most expensive film ever made and has broken the UK record for the highest grossing film in it’s first week.
The Seamaster Aqua Terra is in stock, come and see if it brings out your inner bond.