How do I read my Omega serial number?

How do I read my Omega serial number?

An Omega serial number will either be laser etched in tiny digits on the case back or for older watches it may be on the inside of the case or on the movement. It will be a number (no letters) between 5 and 9 digits long. This tool can date any Omega watch from 1895 to 2011.

How do you find out what Omega watch I have?

Most of Omegas have a model number and/or serial number engraved on the inside of the case back and some have them printed on the outside of the case back, they can also be located on official Omega paperwork or a licensed appraisal.

Where is the serial number on Omega Speedmaster?

Omega Serial Number Guide All Omega watches are associated with a unique serial number. Serial numbers are etched on the back of lugs or on the caseback.

Where does the Omega serial number come from?

Based in Bienne in Switzerland, Omega was founded by Louis Brandt in 1848, originally called La Generale Watch Co it became known as Omega in 1903. Like many watch brands, Omega uses the serial number system to track when a timepiece was made and to mark its authenticity.

How can I tell if my Omega watch is real?

This means that you will have to open the case back to find the watch’s serial number. The Omega serial number is a seven or eight-digit serial number which is etched into the watch during its production. Note: It is NOT possible to tell whether an Omega watch is real by only looking at the serial number.

When did Omega start using ETA movement in watches?

Omega started using ETA movements in some timepieces in the 1980s, and this complicates things when it comes to serial numbers. Here, it is more difficult to know the serial numbers and their exact dates.

Is the OMEGA movement Database 100% accurate?

It is not 100% accurate and may be a year or two out. This can be used in conjunction with the Omega serial number decoder and the Omega model decoder to confirm the age of the watch. This movement database currently contains over 400 Omega movements from 1928 to 2016 and is growing daily. It currently supports movements numbered from 095 upwards.

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