That's what I thought.I'm a little up set. What should I do now?Buy a good 552 movement and replace it?Just not sure if the dial would fit cal-552 from 550. You got a very nice watch here and lots of comments about it from members around the globe. Thanks for your information,Skinnyguy
Great to hear from you Erich. The dial is just like the way it left the factory years ago,no imperfections detected.That's why I love it and a "tough guy"on dial finish like you must love it too.(still remember my Bienne restored Omega?)..... Happy Valentine all Skinnyguy
Hi It's an 84-85 Rolex cal 3035.The number i see between the lugs:16013. Should it be called vintage watch based on the year of production?We 're at the wrong place:this is for Omega only!!! I've been reading your Omega essays and learning a lot from there. Thank you so much,Skinnyguy.
I got a similar look as Graham's watch except the markers and it is a quick set date. The cal should be 563 or 565 I don't know until the case opened.It's keeping very good time so I don't want to have the case opened to see the movement.Just wait for the next service. Skinnyguy This message has bee
By the way,could you tell if a dial is switched from another watch by looking at it and check the case# and caliber#?One of mine has the Swiss Made and the other has T Swiss Made T.Both of them originally have the lume on the markers amd hands though they've been re-painted. Best,Skinnyguy