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Omega Spare Parts Reference Websites

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Hi all,

I have recently purchased an Omega Flightmaster 145.036 and want to replace the crystal with an original Omega crystal or a Sternkreuz part but cannot find any reference to the exact part codes i need, anyone know of a good reference website that has this information please?

Thanks in advance

Maz

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Hi Mazboy,
The best I've found is either CousinsUK.com (Go to watchparts>Branded>Omega>Case parts and search by Ref Number "145.036".

Now the second best has been http://cgi.julesborel.com/

Cousins tells me its a: Glass, Mineral, Omega TN5250

It appears to be a flat mineral crystal.
Some of the photos make it look like a domed crystal.

Either way genuine is around $60USD:
https://tmwatchco.com/product/new-genuine-omega-flightmaster-crystal-145-036/

I
wouldn't stuff around with an aftermarket on such a watch unless you are qualified to measure and size one up yourself.

Cheers
Alexei

 

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5 hours ago, AlexeiJ1 said:

Hi Mazboy,
The best I've found is either CousinsUK.com (Go to watchparts>Branded>Omega>Case parts and search by Ref Number "145.036".

Now the second best has been http://cgi.julesborel.com/

Cousins tells me its a: Glass, Mineral, Omega TN5250

It appears to be a flat mineral crystal.
Some of the photos make it look like a domed crystal.

Either way genuine is around $60USD:
https://tmwatchco.com/product/new-genuine-omega-flightmaster-crystal-145-036/

I
wouldn't stuff around with an aftermarket on such a watch unless you are qualified to measure and size one up yourself.

Cheers
Alexei

 

 

Thanks Alexei, thats exactly what i need.

 

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