Restoration of a rare vintage Omega Seamaster Cosmic 2000 - Omega 1012 Service

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Red Dead Restoration

Red Dead Restoration

2 yıl önce

This time i´am restoring this beautiful Omega Seamaster Cosmic 2000.
It´s powered by the Omega 1012 automatic movement and it beats at 28800bph, the lift angle of the balance is at 52°. Omega introduced this model back in 1972 on the international collection.

This Omega-Watch has one of the rare press-in cases. The inner case (container) is press-fitted into the outer case (jaquette) by an additional O-Ring.
This O-Ring seems to have completely dissolved on this watch. The container doesn´t hold in the jaquette anymore and the residue of the O-Ring sticks everywhere. Apart from that, there are some signs of wear on the case-parts, the crystal has many scratches and the crown comes lose as soon as i tried to set the time.
The movement works but loses more than 1 minute per day.

I need to disassemble the whole movement, clean all the parts and re-assemble it with some fresh oil. The setting-lever is a bit bent, thats the reason why the crown comes lose when i tried to set the time. I fixed the setting-lever and after reassembling everything, this watch is in a fantastic beat (+2 seconds per day) again.

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YORUMLAR: 3 485
Anthony H
Anthony H 2 yıl önce
I now know why watches like these are so expensive, they’re amazingly well built. I can’t imagine the mind of the creator of such a beautifully intricate design and the complexity of making so many gears work in tandem. Great video 👍
Gil Moreno
Gil Moreno Yıl önce
You place all those pieces on the table and I’m fascinated by how your able to remember where all the pieces go.
jumpleadsx2
jumpleadsx2 Yıl önce
I'm sure there's a manual for every single watch.
Sahil K
Sahil K Yıl önce
he probably watched the video in reverse
Arnaud H.
Arnaud H. Yıl önce
That's incredible for sure. 👏
TrlSrf
TrlSrf 6 aylar önce
I like how on the outer side it looks completely dead, but then you open it and the inside is still shiny and clean. Some awesome engineering!
Robert Braun
Robert Braun 5 aylar önce
Yeah, pretty insane the dial was in such good condition.
Tofushoots
Tofushoots Yıl önce
Whoever designs these watches are real super heroes. The amount of time, thought and work that would go into creating something this intricate is incredible.
Mislav Ribar
Mislav Ribar 5 aylar önce
@Christian S My comment was maybe a bit ironic, of course there are great engineers today. But, from 15 years of experience in manufacturing ( from manufacturing engineer to quality manager ), I see that the level of knowledge has decreased. Today, younger engineers do not think, they mostly rely on software, input the data, get some result but often without understanding what is actually going on. And I actually do not remember when I last saw properly made production drawing 🙂
Christian S
Christian S 5 aylar önce
@Mislav Ribar well, not really fair. Today engineers are also building rockets that are reuseable. engineers today arent inferior in any way. but building a watch like this has become childsplay. maybe you can say that about engineers working on watches today but not about all engineers.
Mislav Ribar
Mislav Ribar 8 aylar önce
This was done at a time when engineers were really engineers. Today, with all the modern software and tools, they design the parts which, when produced according to drawings, cannot be assembled together... :-(
Pog Gers
Pog Gers 8 aylar önce
@Guardian Observer I'm picturing an old swiss man sitting at a table in his basement with a candle making technical drawings and taking measurements. It really is amazing how they did all of this on paper.
Guardian Observer
Guardian Observer 9 aylar önce
And those who build the first prototype. Immagine those in pre-electricity era and pre-autocad era. All man made with light from the window or who knows what they used back then for better illumination. Those build the small accessories must have had problems with their eyes after only a few years period.
George Wood
George Wood Yıl önce
Absolutely fantastic watch restorations viewed here. Makes the mind boggle about the precise operations to dismantle, clean, polish, replace or repair damaged items and then reassemble with the replacement of worn parts. Excellent skills.
Héctor Monclova
Héctor Monclova Yıl önce
Beautiful!!! Love how it recovered all its dignity, from the precision of its movement to the shine of the case. I know sometimes it’s frowned upon, but I think a regimental G10 strap would fit with it, you know, like the grey and black James Bond uses right now.
Jason Minhinnick
Jason Minhinnick Yıl önce
I can’t believe how flawless it was once you opened it up. I suppose the waterproofing definitely paid off.
ASMR Kebu
ASMR Kebu Aylar önce
yep
luiz ferreira
luiz ferreira 2 aylar önce
Hi from Brazil ,parabéns pelo trabalho exemplar,ficou novo.
J-WAR
J-WAR 10 aylar önce
The intricacies of this are staggering. I never realised how many tiny parts there are to a watch.
aqua_freak5000
aqua_freak5000 2 yıl önce
My dad bought an omega watch in the 90s and used it every day till he died. I gave it to omega service for restoration because the watch means a lot to me but always wondered why the service was so expensive. Thanks to your video I now know how much effort it takes to restore these watches. Amazing. Thank you.
JurasPriest
JurasPriest 2 yıl önce
@Peer X Having a chrono serviced by Omega themselves is at 750 Euro atm. A simple 3-hand-watch about 500. I own a '73 Geneve Automatic, 3 hands and a date. Service costs would be twice as much as I paid for it... LUL
Max vd B
Max vd B 2 yıl önce
@Peer X 200 for a service is cheap haha. Rolex you pay at least 500-900 euro's
Peer X
Peer X 2 yıl önce
Had a Speedmaster too ! Service is 200 euro's. After seeing the video I just know why the service costs that much.
Mister Mood
Mister Mood 2 yıl önce
Hope you take care of it
Always On the Move
Always On the Move 25 gün önce
Another great video. Always amazing to see the transformation back to it's original beautiful condition. I always wonder what the life each watch you've restored, has had.
Your Citizen
Your Citizen Yıl önce
Such a well-made piece of hardware... Absolutely pristine on the inside.
Miguelito
Miguelito 3 aylar önce
My God, what art and what patience. It is clear that mechanical watches have a soul.
panther105
panther105 Yıl önce
When I saw it arrive in pieces and in such a sorry state I thought this is going to be a horror show. But the works were so protected. Really impressed with the design itself.
Yaima Martinez
Yaima Martinez Yıl önce
You don't need any music in the assembly, your craft in silence and the sound of the small pieces, it's more than enough. It's mesmerizing actually.
Артём Домрачев
Артём Домрачев 3 aylar önce
agree
B BG
B BG 4 aylar önce
Not everybody is a ASMR Junkie. Just the volume could be lower, nothing else.
DANIEL RODRIGUEZ
DANIEL RODRIGUEZ 5 aylar önce
Nice music dude 👍
codeguy112
codeguy112 Yıl önce
Fantastic series. You sir a a true professional craftsman. A true watch maker. It’s sad to see such a craft becoming less and less. Thanks for the videos
Rshane P
Rshane P Yıl önce
So much appreciation to your patience and attention to detail. Very talented.
kayak1199
kayak1199 Yıl önce
I used to own a similar watch. It was stolen from me years ago. I wish I still had it. I really enjoyed watching the video and your craftsmanship. Well done!
alan palmer
alan palmer 2 aylar önce
This has left me gobsmacked as to the level of expertise involved, simply stunning.
onlyhuman1954
onlyhuman1954 Yıl önce
I had to watch this twice... I am utterly astounded at the complexity of this beautiful piece of engineering. Thought you were never going to get to the end of all those tiny components. A joy to watch this restoration. I don't know HOW you remember where it all goes but guess that's because you are a craftsman and clearly respect your work. Now I understand why these watches cost so much. ❤️
dog pound
dog pound 10 aylar önce
Good content, so, it always amazes me how the cogs never seem to wear out, is it something to do with size or air density with very small parts? if those cogs were scaled up to, say, about 6' across maybe they would last a couple of years with really thick oil?
Qaisar Hassan
Qaisar Hassan 10 aylar önce
One of the most clean restorations, beautiful watch with a unique casings unlike other watches you restored.
WillJR880
WillJR880 4 aylar önce
The movement is a nice colour (is it a type of brass?) and I noticed it had some of the thinnest u-shaped tension components I’ve seen so far. Overall a nice timepiece and a job well done!
Lower Quadrant
Lower Quadrant Aylar önce
What a beautiful & timeless timepiece! Well done, sir.
N7 Honey Badger
N7 Honey Badger 10 aylar önce
I am in awe of the skill on display. To some I'm sure this seems simple, just take it apart and put it back the same way but in reverse. However to me I am enamored with the craftsmanship on display.
Steve
Steve 3 aylar önce
Sir ... My utmost respect, the thought and care you gave the Seamaster was beyond outstanding ... Thank you for sharing your skills.
Kabuto23
Kabuto23 Yıl önce
Thanks for sharing your skills and love for watches. We viewers truly appreciate your art. More power to you.
Ryszard Bieszczad
Ryszard Bieszczad Yıl önce
Fantastic job. As you can see in the video, you have to be very patient and accurate to restore old timepieces. I always watch with low music because watching your movies calms me down and regulates my heart rate. Thank you for that and best regards. Richard
Jesus is The only way
Jesus is The only way 2 yıl önce
This blows my mind because of the many tiny intricate parts involved.. What really blows my mind are the actual people that design them from the begining, and the machine tooling that must be designed to make all these small parts.. Bravo👏for another masterful refurbishing of a beautiful work of art .
mickey blowman
mickey blowman 2 yıl önce
The Devil is in the detail.
Laurynas Stankevicius
Laurynas Stankevicius 2 yıl önce
its complicated for people who knows not a lot about watches, but for a professional it's a lot of simple ideas put together over many years. It didn't come to existence just like that, there were gradual steps of complexity and miniaturisation
DanielTseng100
DanielTseng100 2 yıl önce
Look at an A. Lange & Söhne. You'll ascend into watchmaking heaven 😉
Joniyah333
Joniyah333 2 yıl önce
Yes it is amazing I agree.
Jesus is The only way
Jesus is The only way 2 yıl önce
@xF4LC0NxPUNCHx Yes! Which makes it even more mind blowing.. The people back then that made all these pieces by hand and figured out the movements to begin with were on a whole other level..
william carboni
william carboni Yıl önce
Excellent restoration. I noticed that two pieces appeared to be plastic,the rest is metal,could that be a possible problem in the long run? Keep the vids coming their great. Stay safe, Thanks.
conscience commenter
conscience commenter Yıl önce
Thank you for restoring that lovely 1972 Seamaster Cosmic to its former glory . Hopefully another generation can enjoy it for many more decades .
James Layne
James Layne Yıl önce
What a gorgeous watch, with just the right color dial. Amazing restoration project. Does it add to the value of the watch to keep the old band? I would be tempted to chuck it and replace it. It's the only thing that looks worn after all that. Thanks for the video!
Nicholas Davies
Nicholas Davies Yıl önce
Intricate engineering at its best! What a gem of a restoration!
soulfulfool
soulfulfool Yıl önce
I always admire skills of watchmakers, so many tiny pieces placed in order, just amazing
sidney alves
sidney alves 3 aylar önce
I watch until the ads, until the end. your video is worth every penny. It is a masterpiece, a jewel. the quality of your work is fantastic.
Stephen Youd
Stephen Youd 10 aylar önce
another great Resto. it's amazing how the owners of such expensive watches let them get into such a terrible condition.
slingshot1961
slingshot1961 Yıl önce
I can't imagine why anyone would give this video a thumbs down. Your work is always excellent. Thanks for another great video. You truly astound me with your precision.
Marco Petrini
Marco Petrini Yıl önce
That was an impressive job, loved every second of this vid thanks
N A
N A 5 aylar önce
Such an intimate process.... sort of like a surgeon.... I've never met a watchmaker that didn't 100% enjoy his work. The anatomy of it is very intriguing and in a way very satisfying. Great work 👏
mysticlv1
mysticlv1 Yıl önce
I don't know why, but what you do with these restorations absolutely mesmerizes me. I watched the Rolex GMT Master Restoration and now I am hooked on these videos. There is just something... relaxing about watching the process and it ends with a strange sense of satisfaction. Thank you for the videos!!
griderstc
griderstc Yıl önce
Same!
David Hanley
David Hanley Yıl önce
Wonderful work and beautiful restoration. Bravo.
Роман Романович Кругляков
Роман Романович Кругляков Yıl önce
Огромное спасибо за видео и Вашу работу.
Sledgehammertoe
Sledgehammertoe 2 yıl önce
Excellent job! I have a '68 Seamaster with 565 movement. Had it serviced last year, and it keeps dead-accurate time. It didn't break the bank either. Vintage Omegas are very underrated.
Denis Maher
Denis Maher Yıl önce
Very impressive work. You truly are a master. Thank you for sharing that with us.
Bowerbird Style
Bowerbird Style 3 aylar önce
Good job. Beautiful watch Servicing and polishing made a huge difference .I'm surprised Omega uses a few plastic parts.
YODA 974
YODA 974 Yıl önce
Congratulations!!! That's what I call precision work. You're an artist.
John B
John B 4 aylar önce
Beautiful work and an absolutely lovely watch.
Plexity
Plexity Yıl önce
I pressed my youtube app wondering what would pop up for the first video and I saw this, I genuinely got happy. Man I really like your videos... I just love the idea of a guy taking apart a watch, cleaning it and putting it back together only hearing the watch/tools or whatever sounds you want to call it. Great stuff ⌚
Bang.Photo
Bang.Photo Yıl önce
Freaking amazing work! Well done on the video side as well.
Emiliano Silva
Emiliano Silva Yıl önce
Perfeito 👏👏
Per Berglund
Per Berglund 6 aylar önce
I love theses videos! Also love the watch! I am looking for this watch and wondering what a price would approximately be for a nice serviced watch? Seen a wide range of prices for similar quality. Is $2000 for a really nice watch a high price?
Jon Sage
Jon Sage Yıl önce
I have a cosmic 2000 and it’s been serviced a few times and I never have seen before how involved the service was. Excellent work and thanks for sharing !
AZB Series
AZB Series Yıl önce
Jon Sage you have one for sale?
MY SUCH TUBE
MY SUCH TUBE Yıl önce
It's so amazing for me to watch these kinds of Restoration... wonderful
Devon Kenyon
Devon Kenyon 10 aylar önce
Are these customer pieces, or do you obtain, restore, and sell these? Love your content. It’s fascinating
graham byrne
graham byrne Yıl önce
You sir, are a master craftsman, I commend your patience, detail and time spent....thank you
C M
C M Yıl önce
Thank you so much for this informative video.wow are they intricate! I bought mine in 1975!! After 30 years not using it , started working immediately when wound! Alas, had bad experience from Swatch, ( both in the UK & US for servicing!) Luckily have found somebody in the States who knows all about them. Timeless, the correct usage of the word!!
Shubham Sharma
Shubham Sharma 2 yıl önce
I couldn't believe what my eyes just saw, never ever imagined in my dream a clock would be that complicated machinery, superb work man
아무무
아무무 Yıl önce
Wonderful work, personally wouldn't have polished out the scratches but that's just preference .
Mike Talbot
Mike Talbot Yıl önce
Fantastic painstaking restoration project. My late stepfather left me exactly the same Omega Cosmic 2000 (Brown) with the perished O-Ring. Any suggestions where to have my watched lovingly restored like this one please? Many thanks.
Henning Machens
Henning Machens Yıl önce
Somehow fascinating to watch a watch being dismantled, cleaned and reassembled, I might get the idea to do it myself, my fascination for it is stimulated.
nachobel
nachobel 7 aylar önce
This reminds me of those old Japanese craftsman videos. Really enjoy the style. Thanks!
NZ restoration
NZ restoration Yıl önce
This person knows their way around a watch, most of us would have no idea how to put it back together, it’s strangely therapeutic watching this. Great artist at work.
Bory McPherson
Bory McPherson Yıl önce
Great video, and I really enjoyed watching the restoration of this beautiful watch.
Waqar Ahmad Jan
Waqar Ahmad Jan 7 aylar önce
I love the sound quality it is so much relaxing, kindly dont add background music in your future videos. The camera framing is also too much perfect, i am getting in love with analog watches after watching your videos
Peter Twiddy
Peter Twiddy 5 aylar önce
Thank you so much for sharing this video! I'm an engineer but never even considered watch repair! My Dads 1970's Omega stopped working. I would have never attempted to completely take it apart if it wasn't for this tutorial. I have ultrasonic cleaned every part and now working !! I'd like to ask 2 things. The Stop lever snapped - do you think this is an essential part as it only stops the second hand whilst adjusting the time? Also when I finally put it all back together I did discover whilst setting the time the hands of the watch went crazy as if the pallet wasn't engaged. I took it apart and it seemed ok?? I reset it and working fine again. but not really resolved the issue?
Dave Fordham
Dave Fordham 10 aylar önce
It's actually spiritual watching this. The craftmanship is breathtaking.
Caleb brazeau
Caleb brazeau Yıl önce
It always amazes me how these time piece can taken apart, serviced, then reassembled just to come out winning. Amazing. Thanks for sharing.
Geraldo Perdigão
Geraldo Perdigão 9 aylar önce
Even the pieces are elegant, you can see the good work of the manufacturer
Papa Frank
Papa Frank 8 aylar önce
Beautiful watch and wonderful restoration.
PP Gedez
PP Gedez Yıl önce
When it just kicks back into life even though its still only half reassembled. Like a magic trick. Awesome work. I’ve got to say that when i manage to replace the battery in my watch i’m very happy with myself.
Kevin Murphy
Kevin Murphy Yıl önce
Amazing I love omega chronographs thanks for the in depth look , you are one patient skilled craftsman 👍👍
DaMainDude
DaMainDude 2 yıl önce
Amazing how pristine the dial looks.
visitorfromtheeaster
visitorfromtheeaster 2 yıl önce
Yeah, Even before the cleaning....
Watch Me Build It
Watch Me Build It Yıl önce
Wow! Thank you for doing this to this watch. Absolutely beautiful
Mty 73
Mty 73 Yıl önce
Great job! And excellent memory to remember where those small part are!
Art Kelly
Art Kelly Yıl önce
What a beautiful timepiece. Inside and out. Very pretty face. Would love to wear one. Great vids. Keep em coming. 👍
Eli Chappell
Eli Chappell Yıl önce
How many years has this guy been working on watches. This is insane if I took this apart I would have no coupe how to put it back together
A3 BMM
A3 BMM 2 yıl önce
Holy crap. No idea how I got here, but seeing you disassemble that thing, and especially assemble it again, absolutely reaaaally made me understand why quality watches are so damn expensive. I'm off to see more of this
Alen Lastver
Alen Lastver Yıl önce
It was a real pleasure to see this excellent work!
James Guzman
James Guzman 5 aylar önce
Full restoration. I wish I had the talent to restore watches! I recently just got an Omega 30t2 from 1950s and got it restored and serviced. It took months for my jewelry to get it working again since the age and hard to find parts and I love it
MICHEL DURAND MABIRE
MICHEL DURAND MABIRE Yıl önce
Wonderfull watch and wonderfull restauration ! Great job ! Congratulations !
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