Hello Watchuseek, here for sale is a vintage Omega Geneve 166 041 with the beautiful automatic caliber 565 movement with a quickset date function. The watch was last serviced (according to the previous owner - I do not have a receipt for this) in March 2018. It measures 34mm in diameter with...
I've got my eye set on this seemingly beautiful Seamaster from a private seller, but am about the degree to which it has been restored/ is un-original:
Seller claims all genuine 565 movt. bracelet and case.
They quote case back number " referenceNo.HF 166 010SP...
I recently purchased a vintage Omega Seamaster.
It's come to my attention that the location of the "TWENTY-FOUR 24 JEWELS" engraving is wrong. It's still on the correct piece but it's written in the middle, not the bottom of the piece. I've attached pictures below.
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I recently purchased a vintage Omega Seamaster off of eBay, and it's come to my attention that the location of the "TWENTY-FOUR 24 JEWELS" engraving is wrong. It's still on the correct piece, but...
Hello all. So I have long loved the look of the vintage Omega Seamaster 300 Diver 165.024, but buying vintage is out of my price range and I'd want to take it into the drink (swimming, not diving) and when I travel to SE Asia, where the humidity is killer. So a WatchCo/Frankenwatch version seems...
I just bought an Omega that looks authentic to me (Nice Vintage Omega Seamaster Gold Plaque Cal 565 Automatic 70's Men's Watch | eBay )
Could you guys please help me determine if it's an authentic model?
This is my Swiss Omega Geneve Automatic watch from 1969
Movement: Cal.565, OMEGA, auto-winding, 24 jewels
Dial: Original, in very good condition.
Case diameter: 36 mm
Case material: Stainless Steel
Glass: acrylic glass.
Crown: Original, signed with "Ω" logo.
Band: leather 18mm, black.
Last August I posted a story about a Seamaster 300 I found in my junk drawer...
Based on advice from several members, I sent it off to Nesbits in Seattle for repair. Initial estimate was for $600 due to rust present. Awhile later Jan (from Nesbits) called me back and said they'd...