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  1. michael e Still learning. Sep 2, 2018

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    Top headers in each colum are-
    Case ref / crown ref / glass ref / gasket ref
     
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  2. bama2141 Oct 16, 2018

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    This is a great resource!

    Strangely, though, the 145.0040 Speedmaster Teutonic doesn’t seem to be listed. There seems to be some confusion in the various sales listings I’ve seen on whether the crystal is mineral or sapphire. Anyone know for sure?
     
  3. Archer Omega Qualified Watchmaker Oct 17, 2018

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    Sapphire.
     
  4. michael e Still learning. Jan 28, 2020

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    For older watches too :thumbsup:
     
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  5. Peter_from_NL May 25, 2020

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    Hello, i need the glass for a 2383-2 (at least that is what the case back says). I end up with 31.4mm by this list. If I measure myself i measure 31.0mm. Is that normal? Is that 0.4mm perhaps what is "pushed in"? Thanks.

    Hope somebody can help.
     
  6. Archer Omega Qualified Watchmaker May 25, 2020

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    062PN1094 is the crystal for this watch, and yes OD is 31.4. Note that this is not a tension ring crystal, so it is not pressed in. The OD of the crystal is collapsed slightly in order to get it installed.
     
  7. Peter_from_NL May 25, 2020

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    Hi, unfortunately I cannot find anything on this reference. Or is this some kind of internal Omega number?

    So my observation about the small variance in diameter is correct. Out of interest, what do you exactly mean with "not pressed in" and "collapsed slightly"? Being a newbie here on the technical side. Up to now I just pressed glass in from the top. Does this need some kind of special treatment? THANKS!
     
  8. Archer Omega Qualified Watchmaker May 25, 2020

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    That is the Omega part number for the crystal you need.

    You need some device to compress the OD of the crystal for installation - you cannot just press it straight in. One such device is called a crystal lift.

    https://blog.esslinger.com/how-to-replace-a-watch-crystal-using-a-crystal-lift/
     
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  9. Peter_from_NL May 25, 2020

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    Great thanks. Now I understand what you mean. Probably the fact that I am Dutch and not English. So basically this is the “old way”. Need to find a place where I can get that crystal in NL.
     
  10. foal Jan 6, 2021

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    Could anyone please tell if there is a list for Omega spare part crystals named like those that are shown on the photo? The text is in Swedish, saying:
    “Omega original crystal
    1 pcs no. 1G
    Armed Crystal
    with tension ring”

    I’ve tried to find a list where the dimensions are shown (or to what watches they are spare parts for) but with no success.

    Many thanks!

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  11. tdn-dk Jan 17, 2021

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  12. Pieces Mar 10, 2021

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    I may be blind but I cant see the correct glass for ref. 2513.
    Anyone knows the correct parts number for the case?
     
  13. Archer Omega Qualified Watchmaker Mar 10, 2021

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    062PN1055
     
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  14. Pieces Mar 10, 2021

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    Awsome, time for hunting the internet for that plastic then. I guess theres no gaskets on this?
     
  15. COYI Mar 12, 2021

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    Thanks for sharing the scans @michael e

    Case ref 2515 isn't on the list. Am I correct in thinking 062PN1043 is the correct replacement crystal and does anyone happen to know the diameter and height of the crystal?
     
  16. Pieces Mar 23, 2021

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    Im giving up, cant seem to get hold of that crystal anywhere.
    Can someone give me some help with a generic that fits? Been looking at sternkreuz but cant really find a good match.
    D30.35 H3.8
     
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  17. Panjo Aug 27, 2021

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    Hi.
    Couldn't find for Omega case ref.2981 crystal /crown/gasket references.
    Does anybody know?

    Cheers
     
  18. tdn-dk Aug 27, 2021

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  19. Panjo Aug 27, 2021

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    Crown ref.42023 for case ref.2981!!!!!???
     
  20. tdn-dk Aug 27, 2021

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    Its the ones you can get today as replacement.