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Discussion in 'Watches' started by cowsmilk, Oct 28, 2014.
new Sinn...Happy Easter and Passover
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Casio G Shock MTG 900. Had it for about eight years now. It has been the most durable watch I have owned so far. It has also remained accurate in it's time keeping too.
Back from chilly and drizzling Saturday morning run in the woods.
Those kind of runs suck in the beginning, but can feel pretty good once you get going.
Vintage Omega Seamaster from the 50s. With the "forgotten" movement cal. 410.
I love this watch
that watch looks like it has some history behind it and has been well loved
Hi guys- my Seamaster c.1980s stopped- I sent it back and they sent it Right Back, citing- part no longer available. some kind of electronic tuiningthing... Possible a major company is out of a part-maybe a change in technology? Wore it in the USCG- would like to again- any info on this repair prob? Thanks in advance
It sure has. I just acquired it about a year ago and had it serviced with new crystal but kept the dial and hands as is to keep that vibe. I did have the dial cleaned some it had a few loose particles and grime. Thank you.
Rockin' the G10 again today.
Sadly, most watch companies (if you're lucky) only stock replacement parts for 20 years.
Unfortunately your best bet is going to be to track down the exact model you have and hope the part inside that one still works, so a watchmaker can transplant it into your watch.
Thanks for answering! I did ask Omega years ago about the elect tuning part, so by now I guess Im really out of luck !
Anyone have a 1980s Omega tuning part thing lol
You might want to check the watchuseek forums. There's a bunch of knowledgeable people over there that will be able to either point you in the right direction or track the part down for you.
No worries. Would hate to see a nice vintage watch go unused when the fix is probably readily available!
Is watchuseek forum here w/EDC - a dot com ?
It's a dot com. Hopefully I don't get in trouble for this: watchuseek dot com should get there. Be prepared for the WIS's.
Is it an f300hz? If it is, there should be plenty of parts a decent watchmaker can get. The movement was used in a ton of watches other than Omega's. A quick check on that particular movement showed that is was made by Bulova under license for Omega.