Omega Bracelet Reference Numbers Ultimate Guide

Omega bracelet reference numbers

Omega Bracelet Reference Numbers Guide

Each Omega bracelet has a reference number. This number helps identify the bracelet similar to a model number.  Throughout the years, Omega has developed countless numbers of different metal bracelets for its watches.

In its constant pursuit of perfection, the brand has refined, improved, and upgraded its bracelets in order to ensure high quality, a better finish, and long-lasting durability.

Whilst many of the vintage Omega bracelets are well-designed and look great, it’s not always the long-lasting quality was there. Due to not using solid links and sturdy materials and parts, many of the Omega vintage bracelets tend to stretch severely over time. But for vintage watch enthusiasts, this isn’t necessarily important. Instead, what is important is finding the correct bracelet for the watch so that it matches the Omega bracelet reference number, and ideally the clasp production date as well. Being able to find the right bracelet for your Omega watch requires you to know the Omega bracelet reference number of the bracelet you are looking for.

In this article, we will share more information about Omega bracelet reference numbers, as well as list many reference numbers, including a large number of bracelets used for the Omega Speedmaster.

Omega bracelet reference numbers

The bracelet numbers are stamped on the back of the bracelet clasps. Omega bracelet numbers follow the format XXXX/XXX. The first four digits in the format refers to the body of the bracelet, and the last three refer to the end link. The end link numbers can be found on the end link. Unlike Omega’s reference numbers for watches, the bracelet numbers do not indicate what metal is used for the bracelet.

Omega Speedmaster bracelet reference numbers

Let’s look closer at all of the vintage Omega Speedmaster bracelet reference numbers.

Speedmaster bracelet reference 7077

The first Speedmaster bracelet is the reference 7077. Omega produced this bracelet up until 1961 when it was discontinued for the bracelets 7912/6 and the 7912/12.

This is a thin bracelet with flat links that sit in 3 rows, with 2 narrow links on the side and a wide middle link.

Speedmaster b bracelet reference 1039

The first bracelet for the Speedmaster professional has the reference 1039. Unsurprisingly, these bracelets are not very solid and those that still exist are very flimsy.

Speedmaster bracelet 1171

The Omega Speedmaster bracelet with reference 1171 was introduced together with the Speedmaster professional equipped with the caliber 861. The bracelet was in production up until about 1980.

Speedmaster bracelet ref 1039/516

The Omega Speedmaster bracelet reference 1039/516 was in production between the first quarter of 1966 and about the end of 1971 or early 1972, which means a production time of about 5 years.

Speedmaster bracelet ref 1540

Omega released the bracelet with reference 1540 in 1980 for the Speedmaster professional. This bracelet is very similar to the 1039, but the links are slightly more rounded on this bracelet.

Speedmaster 1499 bracelet

The bracelet ref 1499 was in production for a short period of time.

This was then discontinued for 1479.

Speedmaster 1479 bracelet 

This bracelet was in production until about 1955/1956. It has polished links at the ends.

Speedmaster 1498 bracelet

The 1498 has a 20mm end link width and a clasp width of 18mm. It has a double push-button at the clasp

Omega bracelet reference numbers list:


In the list below, you can find the Omega bracelet reference numbers and specifications For the Speedmaster, Seamaster 300, and Railmaster.

Bracelet reference 7077/6

  • 19mm
  • Produced between 1957 and 1960.

Used for watches:

  • Ck2915-1
  • Ck2915-2
  • Ck2915-3
  • Ck2998-1
  • Ck2998-2
  • Ck2998-3
  • Ck2998-4
  • Ck2913-1
  • Ck2913-2
  • Ck2913-3
  • Ck2913-4
  • Ck2913-5
  • Ck2913-6
  • Ck2913-7
  • Ck2913-8
  • Ck2914-1
  • Ck2914-2
  • Ck2914-3
  • Ck2914-4
  • Ck2914-5

Bracelet reference 7912/6

  • 19mm

Used for watches:

  • CK2998-3
  • CK2998-4
  • CK2998-5
  • CK2998-6
  • CK2998-61
  • CK2998-62
  • CK2913-7
  • CK2913-8
  • CK14755-1
  • CK14755-2
  • CK14755-61
  • CK14755-62
  • 105.002-62
  • 105.003-63
  • 105.003-64
  • 105.003-65
  • 135.004-63
  • 165.014-63
  • 165.014-64

Bracelet reference 7912/16

  • 20mm
  • Produced in 1964

Used for watches:

  • 105.012-63
  • 165.024-63

Bracelet reference 1501-1035/6

  • 19mm
  • Produced in 1966

Used for:

  • 105.003-65

Bracelet reference 1506/16

  • 20mm
  • Produced between 1964 and 1966

Used for watches:

  • 105.012-63
  • 105.012-64
  • 105.012-65
  • 105.012-66
  • 165.024-63
  • 165.024-64

Bracelet reference 1035/506

  • 19mm
  • Produced in 1966

Used for the watch:

  • 105.003-65

Bracelet ref 1039/516

  • 20mm
  • Produced between 1966 and 1972

Used for watches:

  • 105.012-65
  • 105.012-66
  • 145.012-67
  • 145.012-68
  • 145.022-68
  • 145.022-69
  • 145.022-71
  • 165.024
  • 166.024-67

Bracelet ref 1116/575

  • 20mm
  • Produced between 1968 and 1972

Used for watches:

  • 105.012-66
  • 145.012-67
  • 145.012-68
  • 145.022-68
  • 145.022-69
  • 145.022-71

Bracelet ref 1175/640

  • 20mm
  • Produced in the early 1970s

Used for watches:

  • 145.022-69
  • 145.022-71

Bracelet ref 1171/633

  • 20mm
  • Produced between 1970 and 1982

Used for watches:

145.022-69

145.022-71

145.022-74

145.022-76

145.022-78

Bracelet ref 1171/1/633

  • 20mm
  • Released in the 1980s

Used for watch:

  • ST145.0022

Bracelet ref 1168/633

  • Produced in 1976

Used for watch:

  • ST145.022 Apollo Soyuz

Bracelet ref 1447/805

  • Produced between 1985 and 1988

Used for watches:

  • ST345.0808
  • ST345.0809

Bracelet ref 1450/808/809

  • Produced between 1986 and 1990

Used for watches:

  • ST145.0022
  • ST345.0022
  • ST345.0808
  • ST345.0809
  • ST378-0822

Bracelet ref 1479/812

  • Proceed between 1989 and 1996

Used for watches:

  • ST345.0022
  • ST3450808

Bracelet ref 1499/842

  • Produced between 1996 and 1998

Used for watches:

  • ST345.0022
  • ST145.0022
  • ST345.0808
  • ST145.0808
  • ST145.0222

Bracelet ref  1498/840

  • Produced between 1998 and 1999

Used for watches:

  • ST145.0022
  • ST145.0808
  • ST145.0222
  • ST345.0022

Bracelet ref 1998/840 and 1998/849

  • Produced between 1992 and 2002

Used for watches:

  • ST145.0022
  • ST145.0808

Omega bracelet Made in Mexico (Hecho en Mexico)

  • Produced between the 1960s and 1980s

Used for watches:

  • 145.012-67
  • 145.012-68
  • 145.022-68
  • 145.022-69
  • 145.022-71
  • 145.022-74
  • 145.022-76
  • 145.022-78

10 thoughts on “Omega Bracelet Reference Numbers Ultimate Guide

  1. Thank you. But how do I find the bracelet if there is no code stamped on the clasp. There is only #306 on the end connectors to the pin. The Watch is Omega Electronic f300Hz Geneve Chronograph (with cal. 1260) gold plated Minse. There also is 9-74 stamped near hinge pin of the non-plated hidden parts of the clasp. How to find the adjusting links for that?
    Thank you.

    1. Hello,
      Due to the nature of the Omega Electronic, availability of the bracelet is not the best. You can search for Omega Electronic F300Hz chronograph bracelet on, for example, ebay.

      Kind regard,
      MW

  2. What is the significance of the number near the Omega 1116 bracelet
    I’ve seen 11, 30, 31 in a circle

    Thanks

    Con

    1. Hello Con,
      These are just internal Omega clasp code numbers.

      Kind regards,
      Millenary Watches

  3. I have an Omega speedmaster professional I have owned from new. My clasp ID # is 1998/849.
    The part of the clasp which is inscribed is badly scratched. I would like to replace the clasp only. Can the correct clasp still be attained?

    1. Hello,
      Yes, it is possible to find a replacement clasp.
      We would advise you to first turn to an official Omega retailer to begin with and they may be able to order it, or even have it in stock. Otherwise, you can look at sites like ebay or Chrono24.

      Kind regards,
      Millenary Watches

  4. Hello,
    I have a Speedmaster Professional, purchased from new (in Singapore when I was in HM Forces). The bracelet has essential fallen to pieces. the number on the clasp is 1039. your info on bracelets you remark any remaininhg ones are flimsy.

    Is there abetter eeplacement bracelt? Where is the best place to buy from? What sort of price would I expect to pay?

    hope you can help.

    Chris

  5. Hi,

    I have a Seamaster/Deville chronograph ref nr 145.018 from 1970 (I think).
    Do you know if this watch was sold on a bracelet and if so which bracelet?

    I hope you can help out.

    Best regards.

    1. Hi,
      Omega likely made this watch with the option of having a bracelet or strap. The bracelet that has been used for this model is the 1069 with 524 endlinks.

      Kind regards,
      Millenary Watches

  6. Hey there, what kinds of omega bracelets/ what models (ref. Nr.) go together with the endlinks no. 6?
    Thanks for your Help!

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