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Wednesday 25 January.

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It's this Omega Geneve Megaquartz today. Very Happy

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Re: Wednesday 25 January.

on Wed Jan 25 2017, 10:23

This one for later.


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Re: Wednesday 25 January.

on Wed Jan 25 2017, 10:25
Wednesday is gym day so on with this for now


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Re: Wednesday 25 January.

on Wed Jan 25 2017, 11:25
Tissot 2100.....new battery today
Tissots version of the omega megaquartz 1310, same movement, case etc...just a different name Wink
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Re: Wednesday 25 January.

on Wed Jan 25 2017, 12:04
@domecurb wrote:Tissot 2100.....new battery today
Tissots version of the omega megaquartz 1310, same movement, case etc...just a different name Wink

Never knew that and always thought the Tissot Seastar watches were automatics.  Embarassed

Presumably the same movement is used for the date / day models and date only ones.
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Re: Wednesday 25 January.

on Wed Jan 25 2017, 12:07
@daff62 wrote:
@domecurb wrote:Tissot 2100.....new battery today
Tissots version of the omega megaquartz 1310, same movement, case etc...just a different name Wink

Never knew that and always thought the Tissot Seastar watches were automatics.  Embarassed

Presumably the same movement is used for the date / day models and date only ones.

virtually the same, the day only is omega 1310 and day/date is 1315 Very Happy
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Re: Wednesday 25 January.

on Wed Jan 25 2017, 12:09
omega 1310


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Re: Wednesday 25 January.

on Wed Jan 25 2017, 12:10
@domecurb wrote:omega 1310


Tissot 2100


you will often see Omegas with either Tissot 2100 movements or unnamed 2100 as the original movement has packed in
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Re: Wednesday 25 January.

on Wed Jan 25 2017, 12:23
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@domecurb wrote:omega 1310


Tissot 2100


you will often see Omegas with either Tissot 2100 movements or unnamed 2100 as the original movement has packed in

Very interesting Bruce, I knew the technology was shared but thought the movements themselves would have been far more customised by each brand.

If it's the same with the Omega f300 or the Seamaster 120 that could help sourcing parts but no doubt the proverbial ship has sailed with that option and they are all equally scarce nowadays. Rolling Eyes
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Re: Wednesday 25 January.

on Wed Jan 25 2017, 13:09
@daff62 wrote:
@domecurb wrote:
@domecurb wrote:omega 1310


Tissot 2100


you will often see Omegas with either Tissot 2100 movements or unnamed 2100 as the original movement has packed in

Very interesting Bruce, I knew the technology was shared but thought the movements themselves would have been far more customised by each brand.

If it's the same with the Omega f300 or the Seamaster 120 that could help sourcing parts but no doubt the proverbial ship has sailed with that option and they are all equally scarce nowadays. Rolling Eyes

the only movement compatible with the 1332 is the 1337, but its equally scarce Sad trouble is if you find a watch for parts then you are almost guaranteed that its got the same fault as the one you are trying to sort or its already been used for parts and is full of swapped out bits......been there so often i have lost count and have boxes of useless movements
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Re: Wednesday 25 January.

on Wed Jan 25 2017, 14:18


the only movement compatible with the 1332 is the 1337, but its equally scarce Sad  trouble is if you find a watch for parts then you are almost guaranteed that its got the same fault as the one you are trying to sort or its already been used for parts and is full of swapped out bits......been there so often i have lost count and have boxes of useless movements [/quote]

I imagine if a longstanding watchmaker was retiring and boxes of coils and circuits were found it would be a veritable gold mine. bounce

it's a pity that the function of these parts couldn't be replicated with modern technology for watch restoration. No doubt that's a lot easier said than done. Sad
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