The caliber number is stamped on the watch movement.
The model name is not used to order Movement parts or Case parts,
please keep the name to yourself, since everything is done by numbers only.
Case numbers are used to select all case parts (bezel, crown, crystals, dial, gaskets, bracelets).
Model numbers supplied with the original warranty papers, when the watch was first sold can also be used to find original equipment part numbers. However we do not have information on all model numbers and you should use the case number for most case parts anyway. Who knows why, however Omega does not always print all the dots (.) and double zeros (00)) needed to be full model numbers. A full model number looks like this 3570.50.00 or 3570.00.00, so you may need to add the dots (.) and double zeros (00) to the end of the number so you end up with a model number the has four digits a dot and then two more digits followed by a dot and then two more digits.
Bracelet numbers all except Titanium are stamped on the back of the Bracelet Clasp.
Click Here for more information on Titanium Bracelets.
After 85 years of supplying Omega watch parts the Swatch Monopoly which controls Omega will no longer sell us or any other Independent Watch Parts Distributor in the World. The items on the site are the only items we can supply as the World's governing bodies and Courts have done little to stop the Swiss Watch Companies Restrictive Parts and Trade Practices. We invite all watch owners to voice their complaints directly to the Watch Companies as well to Government agencies and officials.
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