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Introduction
Introduction

  • Thank you for taking the time to view this slideshow. Besides documenting your watch, it will walk you through the re-assembly and pieces of your watch.

  • To skip a slide simply press the right arrow key or to go back to a previous slide, press the left arrow key.

  • Thank you again and enjoy the show.


Gents Omega Seamaster 300, reference #165.024, movement caliber 552, 24 jewels, serial #24,726,402. Manufactured in Switzerland in 1967.


Inside caseback as found
Inside caseback as found. caliber 552, 24 jewels, serial #24,726,402. Manufactured in Switzerland in 1967.


Movement showed signs of hard use before the overhaul
Movement showed signs of hard use before the overhaul. caliber 552, 24 jewels, serial #24,726,402. Manufactured in Switzerland in 1967.



Before
Before. a divers watch.



Winding parts
Winding parts. a divers watch.


Escapement parts
Escapement parts. a divers watch.


The watch movement and case are completely taken apart, cleaned, inspected, damaged and worn parts are replaced, lubricated and adjusted properly.


Setting parts
Setting parts. cleaned, inspected, damaged and worn parts are replaced, lubricated and adjusted properly.


Clean time train installed
Clean time train installed. cleaned, inspected, damaged and worn parts are replaced, lubricated and adjusted properly.


Base movement with clean escapement installed
Base movement with clean escapement installed. cleaned, inspected, damaged and worn parts are replaced, lubricated and adjusted properly.


Clean dial side of movement
Clean dial side of movement. cleaned, inspected, damaged and worn parts are replaced, lubricated and adjusted properly.


Dial side completed
Dial side completed. cleaned, inspected, damaged and worn parts are replaced, lubricated and adjusted properly.


Clean movement installed in case
Clean movement installed in case. cleaned, inspected, damaged and worn parts are replaced, lubricated and adjusted properly.


Underside of automatic winding system
Underside of automatic winding system. cleaned, inspected, damaged and worn parts are replaced, lubricated and adjusted properly.


Automatic wind system ready to install on cased movement
Automatic wind system ready to install on cased movement. cleaned, inspected, damaged and worn parts are replaced, lubricated and adjusted properly.



This caseback has many previous service marks in it. In the old days, case marks were scratched into the metal of the caseback. Today we use indelible ink. The following few pics are of these old case marks.


This was obviously someone s favorite watch although well loved it cleaned up very nicely
This was obviously someone’s favorite watch! old days, case marks were scratched into the metal of the caseback. Today we use indelible ink. The following few pics are of these old case marks.Although well “loved”, it cleaned up very nicely.


New old stock bracelet
New-old stock bracelet. old days, case marks were scratched into the metal of the caseback. Today we use indelible ink. The following few pics are of these old case marks.


All genuine omega parts
All Genuine Omega parts. old days, case marks were scratched into the metal of the caseback. Today we use indelible ink. The following few pics are of these old case marks.

  • The crystal, crown, movement, case and bracelet on this watch are all signed with the genuine Omega Trademark Logo.


Now that is a big pilots watch
Now THAT is a big pilots watch!! old days, case marks were scratched into the metal of the caseback. Today we use indelible ink. The following few pics are of these old case marks.


Thank you for your business, I appreciate the opportunity to serve you. This watch should be checked annually for water resistance and again for maintenance service in 2010. Thank you and best regards.Jon W. HortonCertified Master WatchmakerAWI, AWCI, MBHI, NAWCC, SPW


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