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  1. MarcBoogaard

    MarcBoogaard Sep 12, 2017

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    Just purchased an Omega Seamaster 166.003, calibre 562 with date on the 3 o'clock. Now for this particular watch I seem to have problems finding information.

    Is it for example possible to hand wind all automatic Omega's with the 500 calibre range? Does the 562 have an easy date setting possibility? I don't want to force anything and find out more first.

    It would be great receiving more info on this watch.
     
  2. ConElPueblo

    ConElPueblo Sep 12, 2017

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    Yes and yes*.

    A cal. 562 is the non-chronometer version of cal. 561 with the same basic attributes.

    Have a look at ranfft.de for more information:

    http://www.ranfft.de/cgi-bin/bidfun-db.cgi?11&ranfft&&2uswk

    http://www.ranfft.de/cgi-bin/bidfun-db.cgi?11&ranfft&&2uswk&Omega_562

    *can be moved one forward by moving the hands from 21-2 and repeat...
     
  3. MarcBoogaard

    MarcBoogaard Sep 12, 2017

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    Thanks, this is helpful!

    If you have more information on my watch, it's more then welcome:)
     
  4. alam

    alam Sep 12, 2017

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    .sure.....but only after you post pics of your watch!
     
  5. MarcBoogaard

    MarcBoogaard Sep 13, 2017

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    Here are a few pictures. Let me know what you think.
    IMG_8166.jpg IMG_8167.jpg IMG_8168.jpg IMG_8171.jpg IMG_8172.jpg IMG_8173.jpg IMG_8174.jpg IMG_8175.jpg IMG_8177.jpg IMG_8180.jpg
     
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  6. MarcBoogaard

    MarcBoogaard Sep 14, 2017

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    I'm curious what kind of information you can give me for this watch.
     
  7. MarcBoogaard

    MarcBoogaard Sep 26, 2017

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    What is a normal reserve for a watch like this, from 1966?