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How to replace links on Omega watch?

Be careful and insert the pin slowly. Failing to do so could leave marks on the links. Give a couple of slight tugs on the links to make sure the links are in place. Put the watch back on your wrist. You have now successfully removed and replaced links on your Omega watch.

Do Omega watches need to be resized?

If you receive an Omega watch as a gift, there is a strong likelihood that it will need to be re-sized before it can be worn. Fortunately, resizing Omega watches is not too difficult. As long as a person knows how to remove links from a watch, he can re-size it. Take one end of the bracelet off of the connection at the watch face.

How often should I service my Omega watch?

Your OMEGA watch was conceived to stand the test of time. It will accompany you through life and continue to give you the time with beauty and precision, if it regularly receives the best care. The service frequency depends on the use of the watch and the environment in which it is worn.

How to remove a pin from a bracelet?

On one end of the pin there is a small crimp which will correspond with the bracelet. Pull on the crimp to remove the pin. Remove the link that is associated with the pin you just removed. Insert the pin back into link. Make sure the holes are aligned. It is important that the crimped end goes in last.

How to get a pin back into place?

Use a hard surface like a nail file or Popsicle stick to push the pin back into place. Make sure all the holes are aligned. Be careful and insert the pin slowly. Failing to do so could leave marks on the links.

Can you resize an Omega watch?

An Omega watch is one of the more expensive watches made. However, the watch can only look its best if it is sized properly. If you receive an Omega watch as a gift, there is a strong likelihood that it will need to be re-sized before it can be worn. Fortunately, resizing Omega watches is not too difficult. As long as a person knows how to remove links from a watch, he can re-size it.

Nigelp

Hi chaps who is best to send one of these to for link removal? Or can I get hold of the special tool? Many thanks Nigel.

Nigelp

The generation of wrath is usually the generation of comment – so i’ll let you into a lovely little secret, that is. Timpsons told me its £100 and it would be away for a month, on the basis they are very careful with Omega and Rolex.

niveketak

Strangely I have some of the security tools needed to do that, they came in a box of other stuff and had wondered what they were for. Now I know! Just need an Omega with the wrong strap length.

SBryantgb

Hi chaps who is best to send one of these to for link removal? Or can I get hold of the special tool? Many thanks Nigel.

Nigelp

Very nice Nigel Is that the one with the griffin claws or the eagles claws? I’n never sure which is which

Captain300 Jan 14, 2017

morning all. I’m looking to buy a tool for removing the links on my Speedmaster bracelet. The links are the screw type as it’s a 2015 model. Any suggestions??

ras47 Apr 25, 2017

I have a tiny screwdriver from a set I bought at the local hardware store for about $12 but I see them available for $5 from Walmart. https://www.walmart.com/ip/11-Pc-Pr…8308&wl11=online&wl12=188845406&wl13=&veh=sem It doesn’t have the v-notch of dedicated/professional tools but it gets the job done easily and with aplomb.

McJamesT Apr 25, 2017

Hodinkee had a Bergeron that I bought for like $25. Works well. Changed the strap on my Tudor no problem. Waiting on my straps for TinTin before I can give it the Speedy Seal of Approval

FlyingCat Apr 25, 2017

I recently purchased Swiss made screwdrivers, Horotec brand, with the perfect tip to remove links.

Starman71 Apr 24, 2020

I recently purchased Swiss made screwdrivers, Horotec brand, with the perfect tip to remove links.

cowboyjack Apr 24, 2020

I recently purchased Swiss made screwdrivers, Horotec brand, with the perfect tip to remove links.

scapa May 8, 2020

I’ve got several. A French-made set that came in a nifty wooden box, and a collection of Wira drivers that are superb and often available for 10.00 or so per that will do the job just fine. I use the Wiras for electronics work as well and highly recommend them — they come in 1.6, 1.8 and 2mm sizes and have slot ends of different widths as well.