Advice on Omega Constellation Bracelet
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    Advice on Omega Constellation Bracelet

    Hi Everyone,

    I'm a newbie here, so please be patient with me if the answers are obvious. Several years ago, my dad gave me this beautiful watch:
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    Unfortunately, I grew out of it, literally.


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    So, I'm looking for advice on how to remedy this. I guess the simpler solution, in my eyes, would be to find someone that would sell me the two extra links that I need. Of course, that may not easy to find. I fear I am going to be forced the whole bracelet, which I am afraid is not going to be withing my budget. Any way, any advice would be appreciated. By the way, I live in New York State (not the city).
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    Re: Advice on Omega Constellation Bracelet

    Hi

    Call your local Omega boutique and ask them how much for 2 links for your model.

    That’s probably easiest / cheapest way forward.

    Opti


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    Re: Advice on Omega Constellation Bracelet

    ^^^^^

    +1
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    Perfect. Thank you so much!!!

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    Re: Advice on Omega Constellation Bracelet

    F.Y.I. Each link is $120. Not too surprising being that the golden ones are actually made of gold. Oh, well, I guess a watch like that deserves the expense. I'm embarrassed to admit that only recently did I appreciate what a wonderful gift that was.
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    Re: Advice on Omega Constellation Bracelet

    Stick to an authorized Omega AD/supplier/vendor as it won't be cheap, but that is too nice of a watch for the anything less to substitute, IMHO.
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    Re: Advice on Omega Constellation Bracelet

    Quote Originally Posted by Nokie View Post
    Stick to an authorized Omega AD/supplier/vendor as it won't be cheap, but that is too nice of a watch for the anything less to substitute, IMHO.
    Yes, I have come to understand that. I found an Omega boutique not too far from me, and they are ordering the links. They also offered to install them for me at no extra charge and will do an inspection and a complementary cleaning, also at no extra expense. So, not too bad. (I just hope the inspection doesn't result in me having to pay for an expensive servicing. )

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