Easily find your Omega serial number and check the model year of production.
Repairs By Post has compiled a guide on how you can look-up the production year of any authentic Omega Watch. Whether you are looking to sell, buy or repair your watch, learning how to locate the serial number is a good start.
Based in Bienne in Switzerland, Omega was founded by Louis Brandt in 1848, originally called La Generale Watch Co it became known as Omega in 1903.
Like many watch brands, Omega uses the serial number system to track when a timepiece was made and to mark its authenticity. If you own an Omega watch, you can use the serial number checker below to look-up the year of production.
How to check Omega watch serial number
Every authentic Omega watch has a unique 7 or 8 digit serial number. This identification number is etched into the case of the watch during production. The location of which will depend on the year of manufacture, and age of the timepiece. Omega has used several locations over the years.
How to find an Omega watch serial number
If you have a recent Omega model, there is a good chance your serial number was etched into the case. Omega as do most manufacturers use precision lasers to etch these numbers, so you may need a magnifying glass to read the digits correctly.
Omega serial number lookup
Use the table below to lookup your serial number and locate its year of production (from old to modern Omega watches).
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