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1936 Omega military dial 1936 Omega military dial 1939 Omega calibre 220 1939 Omega calibre 220 1947 Omega with hidden lugs 1947 Omega with hidden lugs 1949 Omega automatic 17 jewel 1949 Omega automatic 17 jewel 1949 Omega automatic in stainless steel 1949 Omega automatic in stainless steel 1950 Omega automatic calibre 470 1950 Omega automatic calibre 470 1953 Omega automatic in rose gold 1953 Omega automatic in rose gold 1953 Omega Constellation chronometer 1953 Omega Constellation chronometer

Omega Wrist Watch Repair

Even a casual observer of fine items is aware of the Omega watch brand. It's nearly impossible for someone who knows nothing about high-grade mechanical timepieces to hold an Omega watch and not realize that it's something very special. If you're a proud owner of a mechanical Omega wrist watch and seeking the very best care available for it, then you're visiting the right website. I've successfully serviced and restored hundreds of vintage Omega wrist watches since 1987 and anticipate working with you on the resurrection of yours. Your Omega deserves the very best service available, and that is what I promise to provide.



The history of Omega is similar to others who endeavored in creating portable timepieces in the mid 1800's. The challenges of making a durable and dependable timepiece in the horse and buggy days were mammoth. Unlike American watch factories, Swiss watch parts were made in several different villages by different companies. These parts were contracted and then supplied to a company who would finally assemble and market a complete watch. In 1894 motivated by difficulty in attaining quality parts for their timepieces, Omega made their own, start to finish. This historic achievement marked the beginning to an ever unfolding avalanche of technological and artistic successes.
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When you're further interested in having your Omega wrist watch repaired with guaranteed results please visit my Wristwatch Repair Services page: http://www.watchrepair.cc/wristwatches.html - I'll look forward to your inquiry and will communicate with you about your watch, and it's needs carefully and without delay. Thanks again for your visit and I hope you enjoy a few photos of the Omega wrist watches that I've restored over the years.

Omega Wrist Watch Serial Numbers / Dates:

1895 = 1,000,000
1902 = 2,000,000
1908 = 3,000,000
1912 = 4,000,000
1916 = 5,000,000
1923 = 6,000,000
1929 = 7,000,000
1935 = 8,000,000
1939 = 9,000,000
1944 = 10,000,000
1947 = 11,000,000
1950 = 12,000,000
1952 = 13,500,000
1954 = 14,000,000
1956 = 15,000,000
1958 = 16,000,000
1960 = 17,000,000
1961 = 18,000,000
1962 = 19,000,000
1963 = 20,000,000
1964 = 21,000,000
1965 = 22,000,000
1966 = 23,000,000
1967 = 25,000,000
1968 = 26,000,000
1969 = 28,000,000
1970 = 29,000,000
1971 = 33,000,000
1972 = 34,000,000
1973 = 36,000,000
1974 = 38,000,000
1975 = 39,000,000
1977 = 40,000,000
1978 = 41,000,000
1979 = 42,000,000
1980 = 44,000,000
1982 = 45,000,000
52 million not used
1984 = 46,000,000

Omega wrist watches that we repair:
Constellation, Speedmaster, Flightmaster, 321, Ladymatic, 320, Piepan, 125, 910, diamond bezel, Diamond dial, Seamaster De Ville, Bumper automatic, GMT, Soccer Timer, Chronometer, Gold cap case, Grand Deluxe, Seamaster 120m, Calendar, Anchor Admiralty, Royal air force RAF, Dress watch, Seamaster 300, Omega Marine waterproof, Ranchero, Mark II, Dynamic, 200m, Chronostop, Cosmic, Tank watch, Masonic, one button chronograph, two register chronograph, Mark III, moonphase, Railmaster, Memomatic alarm

Movement models (calibre) of Omega wrist watches that we service: "old numbers":
8.1, R11.5, 12.3, 12.3F, 12.5, 12.6, T12.6, T12.6T1, R13.5, R13.5sc, 14.8, 14.8T1, R17.8, R17.8SC, T17, 19NN, 19T1, 19.4T1, 19.4t2, 19.45, 20F, 20NN, 21.7, 23.4, 23.4SC, 23.4T1, 23.7, 23.7T1, 23.7T2, 26.5, 26.5T1, 26.5T2, 26.5T3, 27, 27C.12, 27DLPC, 28, 28SC, 28.9, 28.10RA, 28.10RASC, 30, 30.10RA, 30T2, 30SCT2, 30T1, 30T2RG, 30T3, 33.3, 35M, 35.5, 37.5, 37.6, 38.5 39

Omega wrist watch movement calibre (model) "new numbers":
100, 110, 120, 130, 140, 142, 150, 160, 161, 162, 163, 170, 171, 180, 181, 210, 211, 212, 213, 220, 230, 231, 240, 241, 242, 243, 244, 245, 250, 251, 252, 260, 261, 262, 265, 266, 267, 268, 280, 281, 283, 284, 285, 300, 301, 302, 310, 311, 312, 320, 321, 330, 331, 332, 333, 340, 341, 342, 343, 344, 350, 351, 352, 353, 354,355, 360, 361,370, 371, 372, 381, 410, 420, 430, 440, 455, 470, 471, 480, 481, 482, 483, 490, 491, 500, 501, 502, 503, 504, 505, 510, 511, 520, 540, 550, 551, 552, 560, 561, 562, 570, 571, 580, 590, 591, 592, 593, 600, 610, 620, 630, 640, 650, 660, 661, 670, 671, 680, 681,690

I've listed these movement models above to confirm the models of Omega wrist watch movements that I've stock replacement parts for - and that I offer repair services for. Should your Omega wrist watch be in need of any replacement parts as part of it's servicing, only authentic Omega replacement parts will be used. Thanks again for visiting my Omega wrist watch repair page. Be sure to visit my Wristwatch Repair Services page to learn more about the next step in the service of your Omega wrist watch. http://www.watchrepair.cc/wristwatches.html


1953 Omega Seamaster in stainless 1953 Omega Seamaster in stainless
1954 Omega Seamaster calibre 1570 1954 Omega Seamaster calibre 1570
1955 Omega  automatic calibre 342 1955 Omega automatic calibre 342
1955 Omega automatic calibre 342 1955 Omega automatic calibre 342
1955 Omega Seamaster calibre 563 1955 Omega Seamaster calibre 563
1956 Omega calibre 266 1956 Omega calibre 266
1957 Omega Seamaster auto in stainless 1957 Omega Seamaster auto in stainless
1957 Omega Seamaster auto wind calibre 501 1957 Omega Seamaster auto wind calibre 501
1957 Omega Seamaster calibre 501 1957 Omega Seamaster calibre 501
1958 Omega Seamaster 17 jewels 1958 Omega Seamaster 17 jewels
1958 Omega Seamaster autowind 1958 Omega Seamaster autowind
1959 Omega automatic calibre 590 1959 Omega automatic calibre 590
1959 Omega Constellation 24 jewel calendar 1959 Omega Constellation 24 jewel calendar
1961 Omega Seamaster DeVille automatic 1961 Omega Seamaster DeVille automatic
1962 Omega Seamaster in 14k yellow gold 1962 Omega Seamaster in 14k yellow gold
1963 Omega calendar automatic 1963 Omega calendar automatic
1963 Omega Seamaster De Ville in 14k yellow 1963 Omega Seamaster De Ville in 14k yellow
1965 Omega ladies automatic calendar 1965 Omega ladies automatic calendar
1967 Omega Seamaster 300 automatic 1967 Omega Seamaster 300 automatic
1968 Omega Constellation calendar 1968 Omega Constellation calendar
1970 Omega Geneve auto calendar 1970 Omega Geneve auto calendar
Modern Omega Seamaster auto calendar Modern Omega Seamaster auto calendar
1963 Omega Seamaster chronograph 1963 Omega Seamaster chronograph
Omega Seamaster GMT 50th anniversary model Omega Seamaster GMT 50th anniversary model


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