Hey all, this is my first post on this forum so be gentle with me. I am looking for some information regarding the reliability of the Seamaster AT Co-axial 8500 movement. I have several Omegas I have picked up on the used market over the years and have never had a problem with any of them. Five years ago for a landmark birthday I bought my first new one, the Seamaster 8500. Just over two years later the winder went very stiff, hard to adjust, advance the hour etc. It was returned under warranty and when returned to myself I was told there had been a lack of lubrication in the final assembly of the watch. Not very reassuring info to receive. Anyway the watch has gone faulty again two years later, same area causing problems. The hour hand will not jump in hourly increments to advance the date, it glides forward. The time cannot be advanced past the nine o'clock position and if I back wind the watch to get it running it will not run past 9.05. I will have to return the watch again for repair outside the warranty period with a possible £380.00 charge. Is this a problem with these movements ? if so I may have to consider my options. Two years between repairs at these service costs is just too much, I have bought an old Seamaster for less. Regards Peter.