Omega caliber 1342 quartz watch movement

Omega Caliber 1342

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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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