I have an omega watch, the inside of the case is signed as is the movement, however I cannot find another one like it anywhere online. Has a Harley Ronda 3775 movement (signed Omega). Before I try and sell this I just want to make sure it's real. Seems strange to put a in decent quartz movement, have it signed inside the case and on the movement and be a fake, but since I can't find another like it I want to make sure. Any help is greatly appreciated!
Omega Seamaster approx 1968.
The watch belonged to my grandfather so I would ideally like to have it restored. However it's in quite a bad way so I'm wondering if it's worth it. It would need a new crystal, face, probably hands and some kind of case restoration. The main problem is water ingress damage shown in the pictures. I don't have a picture of the outside of the back to show you it is worn almost completely smooth but there is faint evidence of the original markings.
What are my options? Is it viable?
Thanks in advance,
First proper post on the forum. Thanks again for having me.
Just took receipt of an Omega Chronostop 145.010. Cracking watch but the hour hand has a lot of crud on it. Just wondering:
1. Is it rust or something else like decayed radium?
2. Any ideas on how to correct this? Risk removing the hands and going over it with pegwood or try and track down spare hands (having trouble finding them).
Cheers in Advance,
I have a flash shortcut to ETA labs 7750 calibre that showed assembly dis-assembly. It no longer works due to Adobe flash reaching EOL status. I visited ETA labs web site to see if there was an alternative and lo and behold no access to anything technical at all. Does anyone know how to get access to what we use to have access to? Looks like protectionism has escalated.
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