Omega caliber 1342 quartz watch movement

Omega Caliber 1342

Omega caliber 1342 quartz watch movement

Manufacturer Omega
Caliber Number 1342
Type Quartz
Dimensions Please add to comments below
Battery Number 392
Jewels 7
Functions Hours, minutes, seconds, date
Country of Manufacture Switzerland
Known Models
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javier vazquez
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javier vazquez

I need the movement for the omega watch quartz 1342 . can you tell me the price plz. if you have in stock

Garyswayoffun.
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I just rebuilt a Omega caliber 1342. I finally succeeded but it was a very learning lesson. I found that there is a sleeve to install a more available battery. I also found trouble with the date changing mechanism that involves plastic parts. Cleanliness is very important for these to work properly. Also, I found that the magnetized gears that change the date are very touchy so anyone fiddling with that part beware to not try to de-magnetize this watch. It was a fun and challenging project that I won. Cool.

izzy
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izzy

I have an Omega quartz calibre 1342 (no seamaster on the watch face). can anyone tell me about it?

Gary
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Gary

I can. This particular movement first failure is the date changer. It is made of plastic for one thing. Other comment is it is a battery eater. Generally around 1 year service. I removed the date change system to allow this watch to at least keep excellent time. The date change system is too heavy a load for this particular design.

Jack_Daniels83
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Jack_Daniels83

Known Omega references:
196.0085
198.0112
1960130
196.0115
196.0078
196 0181
196.0133
196.0079
196.0133
196.0134
196.0135
196.0090
MD 196 0088

Regards,
Daniel

JohnS
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JohnS

Greetings — I wish to fix my Dads’ watch — A gift from IBM Corp. Omega Quartz (top of dial) Seamaster De Ville (bottom), 14K Gold – solid not plated, filled or anything but solid. Engraved IBM QCC 1981 (Quarter Century Club), Paperwork shows CAL.1342 movement (but the watch doesn’t work). It’s like a Rolex Day/Date (Which IBM switched too awarding the next year. He took it to a clock/jeweler friend who advised him it’d be a fortune to fix. I see (at this writing) there’s a someone on ebay selling a 1342 movement — I would never, ever, ever… Read more »

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