...and it's not been great.
My 2014 Speedy Pro started to run about 30 seconds a day slow and my local Omega boutique advised that it would need servicing. It was sent off to Omega at early in January with an estimated return of six to eight weeks. I had a call this week to say it had arrived back at the boutique.
When I went to collect it the hand on the 30 minute sub-dial didn't look quite right. Under a loupe it was indeed misaligned slightly. Only option is to send it back to Omega and have been advised that it may be away as long as another four weeks.
I know things occasionally go wrong and the Omega boutique have offered a discount on the service costs to compensate but it's a bit disappointing that Omega UK allowed the watch to be returned like this and also that the boutique, who claim they check all watches on return from service, also didn't spot it.
I love the watch, but first experience with servicing hasn't been wonderful.