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post #47236 of 48312
Love that dial @P. Bateman!

Spent the weekend in Stockholm on business, brought the Calatrava satisfied.gif

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post #47237 of 48312
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This has been dominating my wrist of late. I love it.


Is this dial still available? Mind sharing the part number?
post #47238 of 48312
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Is this dial still available? Mind sharing the part number?

Let me see if I get this right...I believe it's the Mitsukoshi conversion. Sites like Ofrei used to sell the dial a replacement parts but Omega has cut out these suppliers. You can probably find parts prices high on ebay.
post #47239 of 48312
Tricky,
I heard that Omega cut them out, I was curious if Ofrei has one of those laying around, I'd like to inquire but need the part number, hence the question.
post #47240 of 48312
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Tricky,
I heard that Omega cut them out, I was curious if Ofrei has one of those laying around, I'd like to inquire but need the part number, hence the question.

Ahhh gotcha smile.gif it's a beauty!
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Tricky,
I heard that Omega cut them out, I was curious if Ofrei has one of those laying around, I'd like to inquire but need the part number, hence the question.

064WK3052031

Good luck.
post #47242 of 48312
This has aroused my interest. Do I just source a new dial and ask Omega to swap (and can I keep my old dial)? Or do you have to get an independent watchmaker to do it?
post #47243 of 48312
I don't know if Omega would do it, I would think not. I think an independent watchmaker is the way to go.
post #47244 of 48312
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064WK3052031

Good luck.

Thanks, is your Omega 3570.50?
post #47245 of 48312
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Thanks, is your Omega 3570.50?

3572.50 but it will work on any of the modern models.
post #47246 of 48312

The missus celebrated her birthday last week, and after weeks of searching for a piece that would work for her, I presented her with this:

 

 

It is the first AP in our family - ref 15451 at 37mm with a diamond bezel - and the missus was quite overjoyed!

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The missus celebrated her birthday last week, and after weeks of searching for a piece that would work for her, I presented her with this:

 

 

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It is the first AP in our family - ref 15451 at 37mm with a diamond bezel - and the missus was quite overjoyed!

Easy sailor.

What a beautiful watch for the bride.

post #47248 of 48312

^^ very nice! Now, you just need to buy a Royal Oak for yourself and do a "His and Hers" type of photo! :fonz:

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Originally Posted by no frills View Post
 

The missus celebrated her birthday last week, and after weeks of searching for a piece that would work for her, I presented her with this:

 

It is the first AP in our family - ref 15451 at 37mm with a diamond bezel - and the missus was quite overjoyed!

Very nice!  Congrats and happy belated birthday to Mrs. Frills!

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Wow, that's an amazing gift.

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