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Old 13 January 2018, 01:22 AM   #1
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Help please, correct P/N for Bracelet

I recently picked up a nice preowned Planet Ocean that I have been wanting for quite a while. It is the model with the rubber strap and the orange stitching. Per the Omega site it is the 45.5mm. I would like to order the correct stainless bracelet for the watch.

In looking I have found 2 different part numbers and was hoping someone could confirm the correct number before I order.

I believe the correct P/N for the bracelet is 1590/867 which is listed as a 22mm lug width and it has the screws instead of the pins which I would prefer.

I have also found another P/N 1591/831 but I believe that is for a chronograph which my watch is not.

In addition there appear to be a number of P/Ns out there for a similar sized bracelet but they use pins and not screws.

As I said I would prefer screws but if I must get one that uses pins so be it. I'm guessing there are different P/Ns out there due to small variances in the links and clasps.

Could someone please confirm the correct P/N? It seems to be the 1590/867 but I figured someone on this board would know for sure or could point me in the right direction of the info online.

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Old 13 January 2018, 05:59 AM   #2
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What you actually purchased was the Omega Same watch with rubber bracelet.

If you want the SS bracelet for that Omega PO, (, I would try and source a bracelet for that model number.

I have an Omega Seamaster 300M and was running into the same problem identifying the correct bracelet p/n. They are stamped on the inside of the clasp and are easily identifiable when the clasp is open. Problem is I can't find a pic of the clasp open to see the number.

Also, if you take it to an Omega AD, I'm sure they could source a bracelet for you.

Sorry, but that's all I could come up with.
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Old 13 January 2018, 06:01 AM   #3
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I'd recommend you call an Omega Boutique and ask for the part #. They will have it.
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Old 13 January 2018, 11:45 AM   #4
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Hi. I just found this in the parts for sale. It might work for you.

I hope it helps
1988 15053 Rolex Date Two Tone (Grad Present)
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Old 13 January 2018, 05:55 PM   #5
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This link was updated with bracelet reference numbers: Omega Planet Ocean Model Differences Compared

Also, we currently have a 45.5mm (same watch but the "001" means black bezel/silver markers instead of "003" which would be black bezel/orange markers). The bracelet on this watch is reference 1590/867 as mentioned in the link above.

Here are some photos of the bracelet/clasp on this watch that might help:

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Old 13 January 2018, 11:55 PM   #6
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KeepTheTime, thank you! This exactly what I was hoping to find.

Also thanks to everyone else for chiming in, unfortunately the bracelet being sold on TRF is a 20mm, not 22. I almost boughtiton accident
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