Question about Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean 2900.50.91 Wrist Watch
As I can see,this is an Automatic Omega watch.The most possible cause is that the watch is out of power.
Ensure the watch in your palm by passing four fingers throught closed strap and moving it up and down,making a trajectory of about 60 degrees, many times not too fast,not too slow.Try many times.If problem persists,my advice is to take it to an Authorised Omega Service Centre (as it is an expensive watch) for secure service and repair if needed.
Posted on Oct 11, 2010
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