Omega Seamaster Diver 300m Steel Ceramic Blue Dial Men Watch 18.104.22.168.03.001
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Omega Seamaster Diver 300m Steel Ceramic Blue Dial Men Watch 22.214.171.124.03.001:
This never been worn Omega Seamaster 126.96.36.199.03.001 is a beautiful men's timepiece that is powered by mechanical (automatic) movement which is cased in a stainless steel case. It has a round shape face, date indicator dial and has hand sticks & dots style markers. It is completed with a stainless steel band that opens and closes with a fold over clasp with double push button safety. This watch comes with original box and papers. It ships worldwide with 30 day hassle free return and backed by a three year Chronostore warranty. Omega Seamaster Diver 300M Steel Ceramic Blue Dial Men Watch 188.8.131.52.03.001
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- World Wide Shipping
- Brand Omega
- Series Seamaster
- Model Number 184.108.40.206.03.001
- Packaging Manufacturer's Box and Papers
- Production Year
- Warranty Three Year Chronostore Warranty
- Service Record Serviced and Tested, Report Included
- Movement Type Mechanical (Automatic)
- Movement Caliber Omega Calibre 8800
- Complications Date Indicator
- Gender Men's
- Case Material Stainless Steel
- Case Shape Round
- Case Size 42mm
- Case Thickness 14mm
- Bezel Type Rotational
- Bezel Material Stainless Steel & Ceramic
- Dial Color Blue
- Hour Makers Sticks & Dots
- Display Analog
- Band Color Steel
- Band Material Stainless Steel
- Band Type Bracelet/Link Band
- Lug Width 20mm
- Clasp Type Fold Over Clasp with Double push Button Safety
- Clasp Material Stainless Steel
- Wrist Fit 8 inch
- Crystal Material Sapphire
- Crown Screwdown
- Weight in grams 192.7
- Water Resistance 300m/1000ft
- SKU Number 035628
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All watches sold by Chronostore are covered with in-house warranty for a period of 1 year after purchase for pre-owned watches and 3 years for unworn watches. Watches that lose time, gain time, do not change day or date, or have any other signs of not working properly will be serviced under our warranty program.
The Chronostore warranty does not cover any damage resulting from water damage or physical harm. Additionally, the warranty does not cover polish for the watch case, any damage to crystal, band, bezel, straps, screws, crown/stem, finishes, clasps/buckles which are a result of normal wear and tear. Any lost parts of the watch, including stones, is not covered with the warranty. Any damage incurred as a result of exceeding the limitations of the watch manufacturer’s water resistance guidelines will not be covered with the warranty. Any third-party repairs, outside modifications or customizations will void the warranty.
All the items purchased from Chronostore are covered with a 30-day money back guarantee. If you are not fully satisfied with your purchase, you may exchange or return your item for a refund within 30 days of first receiving your item. Item must be in the same condition as it was received, and include all original booklets, box & packaging. Any signs of wear, water damage, or altering will result in refusal of your return.
Special order items, such as items we do not have in our warehouse and are specially ordered from our distributor or items that have been customized, are non-returnable.
We offer free returns on eligible items, please contact us for the return shipping label.
How to start an automatic watch?
It’s very important to wind an automatic watch properly, prior to its use. The initial wind provided may only last a short while, making the watch appear defective once it stops ticking. To ensure your watch functions to the fullest of its capabilities, wait for it to stop and then wind the watch counter-clockwise 15-20 times. Next, push the crown back, screwing it down to preserve the water-resistance. *Be mindful that excessively winding the watch may cause damages to the movement, so don’t overdo it. Unlike self-winding watches, the crown doesn't need to be wound on quartz models. If it still isn’t ticking, simply bring it by for a battery replacement.
Why the watch is running slow?
A watch can lose time for various reasons including, but not limited to a dying battery, which will cause the second-hand to begin jumping across several seconds at once instead of passing each individually, magnetization, causing tension between small parts within the movement and natural friction from the watch being worn. If the watch is a mechanical model (Automatic or Manual-wind) this can also be a sign that the watch needs to be overhauled.
How to use a chronograph?
Operating a Chronograph requires using the pushers on the side of the case. The top pusher is used to start and stop the chronograph hand while the one at the bottom is used to reset it. Once the top pusher is pressed, the hand will run continuously, which you can track using the accompanying sub-dial. In order to reset the chronograph, it has to be stopped first. Otherwise the button will do nothing when pressed.
How to set the date & time?
Whether you have a screw or push-down crown, setting the date and time is simple. If its a screw-down, unscrew it by turning it downward, counterclockwise prior to following these steps. Pull out the crown to the first integer to operate the date alone, allowing the time to continue ticking. Pulling the crown out farther, you’re then allowed to adjust the time, which also shifts the date after each 24-hour cycle. Once you have your watch set, simply push the crown back in all the way and screw it fully closed to preserve its water-resistance. *Do not change the date when the watch is between 10PM-2AM because the movement can be damaged.
How to ensure the watch is waterproof?
For a watch, water is the worst enemy. To make sure you protect your watch properly check these factors before wearing it. First, see what kind of crown you have. If it is a push-down crown the watch is definitely not waterproof, but water-resistant. If the watch has a screw-down crown, then it may be waterproof, but you should check your model’s specifications to be sure. *Most importantly, no matter what kind of crown you have, you should check the watch for damages to the case, which will allow water to reach the movement regardless of whether the crown is closed or not. However, if you have any doubts, its best to have the watch water-tested, which will give you a conclusive result.About Us
Chronostore is an online retailer of luxury watches and jewelry in Manhattan. With decades of experience in selling watches, customizing and an outstanding full-service repair department, we’ve attracted thousands of satisfied customers worldwide. New York’s undying love for art and style can be found in a visit to our store on Fifth Avenue where you can see luxury names such as Rolex, Breitling, Raymond Weil, Panerai, Cartier and more.
The focus of our knowledgeable staff is building long-term relationships with our customers. All of our timepieces are 100% authentic and be customized or serviced on site as well. Although we aren’t an authorized dealer, we offer a 1-year warranty for all our pre-owned watches and a 3-year warranty for all our new watches, which come with a certificate of authenticity as well as a warranty card.
If you’re not in Manhattan, we ship worldwide and provide a 30-day Full Money-back Guarantee allowing you to shop with confidence and comfort using our easy and secure checkout. If you have any questions, every call is answered by a member of our professional customer service staff and never an automated receptionist.© 2018 Chronostore. All Rights Reserved.