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May i have information about omega watches?


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Apr 06, 2014 | Watches

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My omega deville ladies prestige quartz is losing time. There is no second hand on the watch and the minute hand seems to tick every 10 secs or so. It has just had a new battery replaced by omega...


Yes. The minute hand ticking every 10 seconds is normal. Losing time is either battery or a movement malfunction. Only a trained watchmaker (or presumably Omega) can determine which. Take it back to Omega

Oct 10, 2012 | Omega De Ville Prestige Quartz Small...

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On the omega constellation how do you get the back off to get the battery out?


Snap off or screw backs both need special tools to remove.
Simplest answer is take it to a watch maker or competent jeweller to replace the battery and if necessary re-seal the opening.

May 31, 2012 | Omega Watches

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How to know if the watch is fake or original


The best way is to take it to an Omega certified dealer and have them look at it. It may require that the back be removed to inspect the internals if it is a quality fake.

Dec 16, 2011 | Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean Chronograph...

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I have an omega watch thats winding knob came off, now the spring is exposed and i cannot put it back on, how do i fix it?


Unfortunately you can not fix it yourself. If the spring came out, that means your winding knob (real name is CROWN) has been worned out and the friction fitting no longer can keep it in working order. AS THE CROWNS FOR ALL WATCHES ARE MADE BY MACHINES, NO WATCH REPAIRS CAN BE SUCCESSFULL. All you can do is to go to local OMEGA dealer shop and ask for replacement. Be prepaired to pay more than you think. OMEGA parts for replacemebt cost dearly.
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May 19, 2010 | Omega Seamaster 2561.80 Wrist Watch

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Find watch numbers, seamaster automatic


I hope you have Omega Dynamic?!

If yes, then the crown can be removed by appling slight pressure against the watch. The stem inside the watch is made of 2 pieces and the crown can be pulled out. But be careful, there are chances that the stem may break :-)

Sep 07, 2009 | Omega Constallation 1272.70 Wrist Watch

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Replace bezel for omega seamater


I would recomend taking it to an independent watchmaker. It should only be $15, $30 to make the change.

Most bezels are pressure fit. Using a small jewelers knife to pry the bezel from the case is how most bezels are removed.

My friend is a watch maker and he has a special tool that removes the bezel however he told me he only uses it when he has customers watching. Because the old knife looks pretty brutial, but works better.

Dec 27, 2008 | Omega Seamaster 2541.80 Wrist Watch

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How to remove link from band


The segments of your bracelet are held together with friction pins which have to be removed first in order to adjust it. This is a relatively complicated task requiring experience and a special tool to remove and return the pins and bushings back correctly without compromising the bracelet strength.
I recommend taking your watch to an Omega authorised dealer for adjustment while you wait.

Nov 09, 2008 | Omega Seamaster 2541.80 Wrist Watch

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