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Lets See All Those Omega'S!


stevieb
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A big thank you to all those who have taken the time to show us their watches.

Here's mine

Omega Deville Quartz dress watch

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Omega Speedmaster Automatic

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Manual wind, 15 Jewels, cal.265, 1949

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Seamaster, Deville, Automatic, 24 Jewels

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Manual wind, 17 Jewels, 1970

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In no order at all. :)

Omega Speedmaster Professional Mk.II, cal.861 17 jewels. 1972.

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Omega, cal.620 17 jewels "Superflat". 1964.

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Omega Seamaster 300, cal.552 24 jewels. 1966-1967.

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Omega Seamaster 600, cal.601 17 jewels. 1966.

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Omega Seamaster Chronograph, cal.1040 automatic 22 jewels. 1973.

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William

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I only have this one which I bought new in 1973

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Do you know the serial number/year of manufacture? I can't remember if I've asked this before. :rolleyes: :wheelchair:

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William

William The back of mine was always unmarked. I've just checked the original Omega warranty booklet/paperwork but the serial number is not recorded. In the space for Mov No/Work No it simply lists the model Chronostop, Metal Ref is left blank, Jeweller is J Bennett 82 Parks St Bristol & Date (that I bought it) 24/10/73.

Roger

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William The back of mine was always unmarked. I've just checked the original Omega warranty booklet/paperwork but the serial number is not recorded. In the space for Mov No/Work No it simply lists the model Chronostop, Metal Ref is left blank, Jeweller is J Bennett 82 Parks St Bristol & Date (that I bought it) 24/10/73.

Roger

Roger and William that Chronostop is ref.146.009 and it houses a calibre 920. The non date models share the same case ref. but are powered by a calibre 865 . Hope that helps.

Cheers,

Gary

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I only have this one which I bought new in 1973

Chronostop003.jpg

Do you know the serial number/year of manufacture? I can't remember if I've asked this before. :rolleyes: :wheelchair:

Later,

William

William The back of mine was always unmarked. I've just checked the original Omega warranty booklet/paperwork but the serial number is not recorded. In the space for Mov No/Work No it simply lists the model Chronostop, Metal Ref is left blank, Jeweller is J Bennett 82 Parks St Bristol & Date (that I bought it) 24/10/73.

Roger

The Omega movement serial number reflects the year(s) the movement was made. I was interested in whether the movement was made the same year as the watch was sold. If you have it serviced sometime, have them record the SN for you. :)

Later,

William

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William The back of mine was always unmarked. I've just checked the original Omega warranty booklet/paperwork but the serial number is not recorded. In the space for Mov No/Work No it simply lists the model Chronostop, Metal Ref is left blank, Jeweller is J Bennett 82 Parks St Bristol & Date (that I bought it) 24/10/73.

Roger

Roger and William that Chronostop is ref.146.009 and it houses a calibre 920. The non date models share the same case ref. but are powered by a calibre 865 . Hope that helps.

Cheers,

Gary

Yes, I've had mine apart a few times, and it's the same as Roger's (except Roger's doesn't suck like mine does :wink2: ).

Later,

William

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