How do I service my Omega watch?

How do I service my Omega watch?

The steps of a complete service

  1. Step 01Disassembly of the case.
  2. Step 02Cleaning of the movement.
  3. Step 03Replacing of worn components.
  4. Step 04Reassembly and lubrication of the movement.
  5. Step 05Adjustment of the movement and control of its parameters.
  6. Step 06Cleaning and refurbishment of the case and bracelet.

Do Omega watches have a lifetime warranty?

Omega Upgrades Manufacturer’s Warranty On All Watches To Five Years. Omega extends its manufacturer’s warranty on all watches to five years. The brand now offers a five-year warranty on all its watches, three years beyond the industry’s standard warranty of two years, which is dictated by European law.

How much does it cost to authenticate an Omega watch?

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 long does it take to service watch?

On average, servicing a watch takes anywhere from 3 to 8 weeks.

How often do Omega watches need servicing?

OMEGA states that their Coaxial models should need routine service only every 10 years. However, if you expect to rely on the water resistance of the watch — especially for swimming and diving — you may want to have the water resistence checked every year or so.

How to remove the back of an Omega watch?

Place a piece of polythene over the back of the watch, then place the flat side of the knife on the polythene covering the body of the case and very firmly, but carefully force the knife into the joint between the case and snap on back.

What is Omega watch warranty?

The international OMEGA warranty covers material and manufacturing defects existing at the time of delivery of the purchased OMEGA watch (“defects”). The warranty only comes into force if the warranty certificate is dated, fully and correctly completed and stamped by an official OMEGA** dealer (“valid warranty certificate”).