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Omega watches have spent time on the wrists of men and women from generation to generation. The brand is known for its elegant style and Swiss craftsmanship. These luxury timepieces have grown to be one of the most respected brands in the industry. Explore our collection of used and pre-owned Omega watches.
Omega Watches - What You Need To Know
Omega watches have a rich history dating back to 1848. The Swiss watchmaker has produced a vast assortment of timepieces of which many have become luxury watch icons. Their accuracy, functionality, and style have earned Omega recognition as one of the most widely-respected Swiss luxury watch manufacturers in the world.
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Omega Watch - FAQs
How Much Is An Omega Watch
Omega watches are primarily manufactured in Switzerland, where the company was founded in 1848. Omega has several manufacturing facilities in Switzerland, including its headquarters in Biel/Bienne, where many of its most iconic watches are produced. The company also has facilities in other parts of Switzerland, including Villeret, where it produces some of its high-end watches, and Grenchen, where it manufactures its Co-Axial movements. Omega prides itself on its Swiss heritage and the quality and craftsmanship of its watches, which are considered some of the finest timepieces in the world.
How to Check Omega Watch Authenticity
- Look for the Omega logo: An authentic Omega watch will have the Omega logo on the dial, case, and movement.
- Check the serial number: Each Omega watch has a unique serial number that can be used to verify its authenticity. You can find the serial number on the back of the watch case or on the paperwork that came with the watch.
- Examine the movement: An authentic Omega watch will have a high-quality, precise movement that is made in Switzerland. You can remove the case back to examine the movement and look for the Omega logo on the rotor and other components.
- Check the materials: Omega watches are made from high-quality materials such as stainless steel, gold, and sapphire crystal. Check the weight and feel of the watch to ensure that it feels solid and well-made.
- Visit an authorized dealer: If you are still unsure about the authenticity of your Omega watch, you can visit an authorized Omega dealer or service center for verification. They will be able to examine the watch and provide you with a certificate of authenticity if it is genuine.