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HI - first time on this forum. I have a Omega Seamaster 22545000 Calbre 1120 self winding with pressure release. I have owned it since 7/24/07. It seems to be losing about 2 to 3 minutes a week and the illuminated dials do no seem to function very long. How much time, if any, should I be losing and how long should the dials stay illuminated once out of the light. Thank you. I believe I have a International Warranty card which says 2011?

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It is a Chronometer so you shouldn't be losing more than 6 seconds a day... Sounds like it may be time to have it serviced. How long have you had it for?
 

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Assuming you bought it new on July 24, 2007, then your 2 year warranty expired July 24, 2009.

HI - first time on this forum. I have a Omega Seamaster 22545000 Calbre 1120 self winding with pressure release. I have owned it since 7/24/07. It seems to be losing about 2 to 3 minutes a week and the illuminated dials do no seem to function very long. How much time, if any, should I be losing and how long should the dials stay illuminated once out of the light. Thank you. I believe I have a International Warranty card which says 2011?

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Holy huge signature Batman.

I don't know about the lume. Mine is about a year old and is still super bright and stays that way for a long time. I think you can get a new face for it for about $100 and have them intall it when it's getting serviced for the time inaccuracy.
 

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Strange my certificaton card/Warranty has a 2011 date stamped on it but was purchad in early 2007. I guess I will just send it in and see what happends. I reportedly have a 3 year international warrantly even though I purchased it in California at an authoriazed dealer new.

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