I have a post at omegaforums about some of the service center quality. Not horrible but a little sloppy and not transparent at all. Definitely not at the level of my expectation. Especially not after 90 days.
The nightmare continues. It appears they polished my bracelet, which never need polishing. And the watchmaker also scratched one link while attempting to remove the bad end links. The screw driver must have slipped. To make matters worse, they only polished half the bracelet. This leads me to suspect they also scratched up the other links, so they tried to cover it up by polishing. I can tell because the edges of the links are smoothed out versus the other half. This is outrageous.
" A great time piece on your wrist show you are serious of time "
Even if you buy new from an AD - no matter the brand, if you buy a watch that has been displayed in the case you don't know what's happened to that watch between the time it was unpacked, and the time you see it. If you want truly new, then order it and specify them not to unwrap it until you're in their presence. That's how I took posession of my 2017 Rolex Sea Dweller 50th anniversary Mark I. I did not want anyone else messing with it, and if that's the way you are, then follow my lead. I hope everything comes out OK on your Omega. If you cannot wait for a watch, then take a magnifying loop with you to fully look it over before giving them your money. Best of luck man.
This has just proven that omega still has a very long way to become a super premium watch brand.
but don't mind me, every time I mention omega's devil may care QC and aftersales, nobody seems to care either, so..
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