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How do i find my omega wristwatch's movement number?
You will find the number engraved directly on the movement itself. If your OMEGA wristwatch has a transparent caseback, it won't be necessary to remove the caseback. The number is very small so you may need to use a magnifying glass or a watchmaker's loupe. If it is necessary to open the watch case, we strongly recommend that you have it done by a competent watchmaker, an OMEGA retailer or an OMEGA Service Centre. The movement serial number must contain a minimum of seven digits.
How do i find my omega pocketwatch's movement number?
You will find the serial number engraved directly on the movement itself. If you encounter any difficulty in opening the watch case, we recommend that you consult a competent watchmaker, an OMEGA retailer or an OMEGA Service Centre.
How do i find my omega pocket watch's case number?
You will find the case number engraved on the inside of your OMEGA pocket watch's caseback. Normally, you should be able to read this without the aid of a magnifying glass or a watchmaker's loupe. If you encounter any difficulty in opening the watch case, we recommend that you consult a competent watchmaker, an OMEGA retailer or an OMEGA Service Centre. The case number must contain a minimum of seven digits.