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  1. aps26469

    aps26469 May 23, 2020

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    Anybody know this one? Is 1211 an Omega bracelet number? I cannot find anything. It has 18mm end links.

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  2. Annapolis

    Annapolis May 23, 2020

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    Gives me very fake vibes. Would a bracelet be “antimagnetic”? And the only “1211” bracelet I’ve seen advertised looks nothing at all like this.

    I would assume fake unless one of our bracelet gurus says otherwise.
     
  3. vienna

    vienna May 23, 2020

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    More pics from the clasp and the end links would be helpful. To me it‘s new and my guts say fake or a mixture of original and fake parts.

    kind regards Max
     
  4. amcclell

    amcclell May 23, 2020

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    I am no expert on Omega bracelets but I also don't recall seeing the word antimagnetic on a bracelet clasp before.
     
  5. X350 XJR

    X350 XJR Vintage Omega Aficionado May 23, 2020

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  6. Annapolis

    Annapolis May 23, 2020

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    Meaning what, though?
     
  7. Annapolis

    Annapolis May 23, 2020

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    If I remember when I’m back at my computer I’ll post the three “1211” omega bracelets I pulled up on a quick search this morning, all of which were the same as one another and vastly different from this. Would omega use the same ref # for two different bracelets? If not, something is amiss, but perhaps @X350 XJR is suggesting that his search lends probability to the op?
     
  8. amcclell

    amcclell May 23, 2020

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    Thanks X350 XJR - does the antimagnetic indicate some sort of non-ferrous, nickel-based, alloy
     
  9. Annapolis

    Annapolis May 23, 2020

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  10. Annapolis

    Annapolis May 23, 2020

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    And I’ve just solved the mystery—I think. A little further poking around would suggest that 1211 is the ref for the clasp, not the bracelet.

    So, OP, it may well be the case that we cannot authenticate your bracelet without additional pictures. The clasp would appear to be (or closely resemble) a version of the genuine article; presumably, that’s a good sign. Does the bracelet include any other reference numbers?

    As ever, I will humbly stand corrected if someone knows better.
     
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  11. aps26469

    aps26469 May 24, 2020

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  12. aps26469

    aps26469 May 24, 2020

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    Unfortunately I took too much time to investigate. Gone.
     
  13. Dr.K

    Dr.K May 25, 2020 7:11am

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