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Condition Gently used Case condition: Presents on the wrist as perfect mint. A couple light spots of remnants of wear to the underside. Overall a 9.7 out of 10.

Description c. 1978 OMEGA SEAMASTER Vintage Mens Watch, Automatic, Day Date - Stainless Steel Perfect Restored Condition - First Double Quick-Set - 1 Year Warranty Today's offering showcases this meticulously restored vintage day date Omega TV shaped Seamaster. It is all correct and in beautiful condition. Here are some of its features: * Pioneering "double quick-set" day and date features - Omega created the caliber 1020 movement with a double quick-set capability for convenient setting of the day and date.Though many connoisseurs associate the idea of the double quick-set watch with Rolex, which first offered the President model with this "new" feature in late 1990, Omega was a pioneer of the technology in large scale production watches, evidenced by this example made about a decade before. * Full size retro case - Its diameter is approx. 36mm, the same size as a Rolex Datejust * Faster beat (28,800 bph) balance system for greater accuracy It is in true expertly restored condition and presents as about a 9.7 out of perfect 10. On the wrist it presents like new. The case presents as mint condition on the wrist. The only visible wear is a couple of light spots on the back. The dial is an true expert refinishing. The printing could pass as Omega factory done work to the naked eye. As part of the restoration the movement has just been fully overhauled by a Master Watchmaker and is running very true. Included with the purchase is a one-year C.O.T. warranty on the movement and its function, a custom printed Connoisseur of Time Certificate of Authenticity, and a new timing certificate. FINER POINTS ABOUT THE WATCH: Dial: Matte black with applied steel baton indexes, luminous dots, outer minute division, aperture for the day and date, expertly refinished to mint condition Case: Stainless steel, two-body, polished and brushed, screwed down case, 35.5mm wide (excluding crown), 42mm long lug tip-to-tip Movement: High grade caliber 1020 movement, 17 jewels, copper colored, fast beat 28,800 BPH balance system for greater accuracy, shock resistant Crown: Original, signed Omega, fitted with an o-ring Crystal: Acrylic, excellent condition Band: Leather, fully stitched, padded, brand new and unworn. We also stock crocodile and lizard straps. Functions: Time, Automatic, Double Quick-Set Day/Date, Hack Sweep Seconds DETAILED APPRAISAL OF THE WATCH: Manufacturer: Omega Country of origin: Switzerland Year built: c. 1978 Model: Seamaster, Ref. 166.0216.1 Functions: Time, Automatic, Double Quick-Set Day/Date, Hack Sweep Seconds Designed for: Men Case material: Stainless steel Case markings (outside): Seamaster with Hypocampus emblem Case markings (inside): Omega Watch Co., Swiss made, Acier Inoxydable, 166.0216.1 Case condition: Presents on the wrist as perfect mint. A couple light spots of remnants of wear to the underside. Overall a 9.7 out of 10. Dial: Matte black blue with applied steel baton indexes, luminous dots, outer minute division, aperture for the day and date, expertly refinished to mint condition Hands: Original, luminous steel batons Movement type: High grade caliber 1020 movement, 17 jewels, copper colored, fast beat 28,800 BPH balance system for greater accuracy, shock resistant Movement markings: Omega, Swiss, Seventeen Jewels, Unadjusted, 1020 Jewels: 17 rubies Beat frequency: Fast beat 28,800 BPH Band: Leather, fully stitched, padded, brand new and unworn. We also stock crocodile and lizard straps. Crystal type: Acrylic, excellent condition Serviced: Yes, freshly overhauled by a Master Watchmaker. Timed: Timed to precision on a state-of-the-art computerized system. Warranty: 1-year C.O.T. warranty. Box/Papers: BOX - Connoisseur of Time watch presentation box; PAPERS - Connoisseur of Time Certificate of Authenticity; New timing certificate

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Omega Forums Forums Latest 0 Auctions Members Forums Latest Auctions Members Forums Latest Auctions Members Log in or Sign up Omega Watch Discussions > Vintage Omega Watches Help, Discussion and Advice > How to open Vintage omega seamaster unishell case dkennyken Feb 4, 2014 Posts 73 Likes 13 Hi, can anybody recommend a relatively cheap crystal remover/refitting tool equivalent to tool 107. I want to open up my vintage seamaster to have a proper look at the movement but want to be sure I don't damage the case/bezel or the crystal itself (crystal is original with omega stamp in the middle). Also is this task relatively simple? Or is it a pain to do. I have seen the ones on ebay that have lots of teeth that grip the crystal, are these any good and can you fit the crystal back in using these? Here's some pictures of the grippers I've seen and the watch I want to open.   Options Copy link to this post hoipolloi Vintage Omega Connoisseur Feb 4, 2014 Posts 2,005 Likes 1,517 I use a very thin and sharp knife and work slowly around the bezel first. On some models, crystal diameter is larger than the bezel and you can remove the crystal by lifting the bezel up. Make sure you work slowly and evenly around it first.   Options Copy link to this post Time Exposure coordinates his cast with his car's paint job Feb 4, 2014 Posts 1,596 Likes 1,011 I find such a tool is effective for crystal removal. But for replacing the crystal, not so good on these Omegas! That's how I found out: worked great on my Wittnauers for on/off, but not "on" for my Omegas. I bought a cheap crystal press from Harbor Freight Tools (in US, forgot to see where you are before typing). I found the plastic disk that is just smaller than the diameter of the crystal worked best. As an amateur, I don't recommend the procedure. On the other hand, how else do you get to be a pro?   Options Copy link to this post Mothra likes this. Joe K. Curious about this text thingy below his avatar Feb 4, 2014 Posts 1,374 Likes 1,310 The tool pictured works well for removing the crystal, but not that easy to put it back on. For this I would use a crystal insertion tool such as the crystal press mentioned above. I will point out that over the years I have found that the cheaper the toll, the more likely you are to damage your watch. Simply put, the cheaper tools are usually not as sturdy and don't have the tolerances the more expensive tools have. It's a tough decision, but I would go for the higher quality tools and practice on cheap watch you don't care about. I picked up a 107 on eBAY a few years ago for a reasonable price. As far as an insertion tool I would go with a BB style press.   Options Copy link to this post dkennyken Feb 4, 2014 Posts 73 Likes 13 Thanks all, much appreciated, yes maybe it's worth spending a little more. Not worth ruining my watch...   Options Copy link to this post rolexfantastic Feb 4, 2014 Posts 383 Likes 129 I would not use knives to open crystals. You may not notice, but it can get easily scratched...   Options Copy link to this post hoipolloi Vintage Omega Connoisseur Feb 4, 2014 Posts 2,005 Likes 1,517 rolexfantastic said: ↑ I would not use knives to open crystals. You may not notice, but it can get easily scratched... Click to expand... That's the difference between the experienced and inexperienced.   Options Copy link to this post CanberraOmega likes this. Time Exposure coordinates his cast with his car's paint job Feb 4, 2014 Posts 1,596 Likes 1,011 dkennyken said: ↑ Thanks all, much appreciated, yes maybe it's worth spending a little more. Not worth ruining my watch... Click to expand... I haven't ruined one yet! And I have used it a whole four times in the two years I have owned the tool. So if you're moving into watch repair where you may use it a couple times a month, spend away! I just can't justify the cost of a pricey tool (and the difference between Swiss Bergeon and Made-in-India is kinda huge). If you really don't want to risk ruining your watch, why not risk having a experienced professional do it?   Options Copy link to this post dkennyken likes this. dkennyken Feb 4, 2014 Posts 73 Likes 13 Time Exposure said: ↑ If you really don't want to risk ruining your watch, why not risk having a experienced professional do it? Click to expand... That's the problem, I don't trust anybody else with it lol. I have a few vintage watch repair books that may come in handy I do also have an interest in getting into watch repair but don't seem to have the time with work and family life. I've worked in workshops all my life so think I have the necessary skills to open it up just as long as my tools and info are correct.   Options Copy link to this post rolexfantastic Feb 4, 2014 Posts 383 Likes 129 This is generally when it happens to get the watch screwed up..   Options Copy link to this post Habitant Feb 4, 2014 Posts 388 Likes 85 How I long for the relatively tame topic of counterfeit buckle tangs....   Options Copy link to this post CanberraOmega likes this. dkennyken Feb 4, 2014 Posts 73 Likes 13 rolexfantastic said: ↑ This is generally when it happens to get the watch screwed up.. Click to expand... Best practicing first with something I don't mind breaking eh. Not gonna rush into it, may get a watch repairer to open it up for me for now and have a go after alot of practice lol.   Options Copy link to this post ketiljo Feb 4, 2014 Posts 253 Likes 307 I usually remove the crown and blow the crystal out with a blower. Insert with a crystal press.   Options Copy link to this post Time Exposure coordinates his cast with his car's paint job Feb 4, 2014 Posts 1,596 Likes 1,011 ketiljo said: ↑ I usually remove the crown and blow the crystal out with a blower. Insert with a crystal press. Click to expand... Sounds aggressive! Seems like pinions would break, springs would bend, and gears would swap positions... Think I'll stick with my crystal lift. Plus it looks medieval!   Options Copy link to this post JimInOz "Helpful Hints from Heloise" of bracelet cleaning. Feb 4, 2014 Posts 6,111 Likes 8,979 ketiljo said: ↑ I usually remove the crown and blow the crystal out with a blower. Insert with a crystal press. Click to expand... Ditto. It's a well accepted method used by many watchmakers and I also use it. However, for my Omegas I use the correct crystal lift tools that I picked up on eBay a while ago. Here are my crystal lifts and the pump for "poppin", and the press I use to put the crystal back in.   Options Copy link to this post dkennyken likes this. rhetoric Feb 4, 2014 Posts 401 Likes 617 Wow Jim! do you really know what you're doin'?   Options Copy link to this post JimInOz "Helpful Hints from Heloise" of bracelet cleaning. Feb 5, 2014 Posts 6,111 Likes 8,979 rhetoric said: ↑ Wow Jim! do you really know what you're doin'? Click to expand... well, I do now My first attempt to open a unishell case (a COSMIC 2000) ended in disaster. I studied this guide and thought, "OK, not too hard". I didn't have a compressed air source but suddenly thought "hang on, there's one in my bike tools. I tried a couple of test runs and was confident I could gently pressurise the case, so off I went. Unfortunately, using one hand to open the valve as well as hold the adapter to the crown tube, while the other hand hold the watch, robs one of a certain amount of dexterity and finesse. My gentle attempt to introduce air into the watch resulted in a sudden blast that shot the watch out of my hands and the glass, caseback, dial and other parts went into the ether. I spent about four hours looking for bit and pieces and eventually found them all, even the missing dial markers. It was a huge learning curve   Options Copy link to this post Longbow , cicindela , tyrantlizardrex and 4 others like this. rhetoric Feb 5, 2014 Posts 401 Likes 617 Good and salutory story!   Options Copy link to this post Dablitzer Feb 5, 2014 Posts 0 Likes 0 I'm scared of unisHELL cases!!   Options Copy link to this post Hijak Feb 5, 2014 Posts 6,603 Likes 18,041 I only wear mine on Halloween!   Options Copy link to this post (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Log in with Facebook Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? No, create an account now. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? 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