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Old 10 April 2020, 03:28 AM   #7
Chevelle007
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Originally Posted by v1triol View Post
It is also possible that watch orginally had 2500C but during the service a whole new movement was installed (means 2500D as C movements are not longer in production) and 2500C date was retro-fitted to this new movement.
There were cases like that, if done at Omega service centre - it may explain why they are telling you it is D.
I've also come across this after making this post.

Also, I don't know how they check which version you have by serial. I just know I emailed them directly and they gave me all the corresponding information that they had on my watch and it specified it was using the D version.

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