Question: How can you tell the difference between a real and fake Omega watch?

The Dial The easiest way to determine if any watch is fake is by spotting any spelling or engraving mistakes. On an authentic Omega, the Omega logo should be a separate piece of metal that is attached to the dial. If it is painted on, youre looking at a fake.

How do I find my Omega reference number?

The serial number is normally located somewhere on the case back on the watch – often laser-etched. Sometimes, the serial number is so small that you will have to look carefully to find it. If you have an older Omega, it may have the serial number on the inside of the watch.

Are all Omega watches valuable?

The general rule for Omega watches is that they depreciate in value when bought for full retail price. There are some exceptions to this with certain limited editions, however. Generally speaking, an Omega watch loses between 20-40% in value in the first year.

Will Tudor watches hold value?

Whilst Tudor models like the Heritage Black Bay, the Black Bay Fifty-Eight, and the GMT prove to be three that hold their value very well, there are several vintage Tudor watches that are worth more now than they were when originally released.

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