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Q: Replace movement in Omega Seamaster

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Hi,My Omega Seamaster is dead, though it was serviced once. I am thinking of replacing the entire movement rather than trying to repair it.

Can anyone advice me which watch movement to get for this watch? Will a generic Selita movement or Miyota fit into this watch?

The real Omega movement may be a bit too expensive but will that fit? Best if you could also provide a link where I can purchase the movement.

 

Thanks in advance for this wonderful community of rep owners who has the knowledge to assist.

 

Cheers,

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It should be powered by a A2836. You can buy a ETA 2836 but you'd better check hands height if you want to attempt the movement swap yourself.

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If you know what you’re looking for even Ebay has a few for sale. 

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I have an used A2836 for sale for a very nice price if interested, also have a ETA 2836 top new but it's expensive

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