Can an Omega watch last a lifetime?

Can an Omega watch last a lifetime?

So, the answer to your question is that there is no time limit on servicing an Omega watch. If the agent can’t do it (usually on watches more than 25years old) then Omega in Bienne will do it.

What is the service cost of Omega Seamaster?

You should expect to pay somewhere between $450 – $950 for a complete service on your Omega watch. For a partial service, expect to shell out around $225 – $400. On average, it costs about $650 for complete service on an Omega wrist piece.

How much does it cost to authenticate an Omega watch?

around $800 per certificate
The Swiss watch brand announced last week that it will now provide certificates of authenticity for pre-owned (and genuine) Omega watches—at the cost of around $800 per certificate. The certificate will be given to any authentic Omega timepiece that’s older than 30 years.

How often should I service my OMEGA?

every four to five years
How often should I service my Omega watch? We recommend that you should service your Omega watch every four to five years in order to ensure the movement oils are lubricated while the seals and gaskets are replaced to ensure the water resistance is retained where applicable.

How often do Omega watches need servicing?

every 5 to 8 years
Therefore, we recommend that you have the water resistance checked once a year and a complete service performed every 5 to 8 years. Your OMEGA boutique or authorised service centre will be happy to take care of your watch and answer your questions.

How do I clean my Omega Seamaster watch?

Cleaning your Omega watch Get a small toothbrush, travel brushes work well, some hot soapy water and gently scrub the watch. Don’t press too hard, gently brush the watch to clean around any parts that may be difficult to reach with a cloth. Once you’re done, dry with a soft, clean cloth.

How can you tell a fake Omega?

All Omega watches are stamped with the seven or eight digit serial number. Simply run a cross-referencing search on the serial number displayed on the watch in question. If it does not match, it is a fake.