My Omega Seamaster Professional Chronometer is around ten or twelve years old. I wear it nearly every day. The bracelet - the nine part one - shows this. The last repairman who last serviced the watch buffed the bracelet some, and it is probably an improvement over battered and scratched, but after that buffing the contrast between the high polished segments and the parts that were brush finished is just about gone. The whole thing is sort of a brushed finish now. The brushed finish is a good match for the original, but the bright links are very bright any more.
I assume to restore it to like new glory, the bracelet would have to be disassembled and re-polished. I understand taking a Seamaster bracelet apart is a pain in the neck. Is there another way to do the job? I have no tools, and while I am handy with small items, I don't think I want to take the bracelet apart if it is as tricky as I have heard.
Is there anyone who can restore it? How much would it cost?