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The model number for A. Lange & Sohne won’t be on the case and can only be found on the papers. Generally, the model number is six digits and will have a period in the middle. An example would be 139.032. The model number on the papers may be followed by additional letters or numbers, but only the first six digits are needed to find your watch.
On the back of the watch, the model number is typically near the bottom. It usually starts with a letter followed by 5 numbers.
On the International Warranty Card, the reference number may beneath the COSC Certification number. Typically starts with a letter followed by 5 numbers.
The model number will typically begin with a W and is listed on the Authorized Dealer Certificate.
If you do not know the model number, you may input the 4-digit reference number found on the back of the case. This alternate reference number is usually underneath or to the right of the longer watch serial number. It is not the 4-digit number on the bracelet.
The best place to locate the reference number for Hublot is on the warranty card or papers. Some may be printed while others may have been filled out by the retailer.
Though the number won’t be on the case, the format typically contains a series of letters and numbers. They vary in length and can have multiple periods throughout the alpha-numeric sequence.
For newer models, the reference number (or model number) is clearly indicated on the plastic IWC Guarantee Card.
The alternate reference number can be found on the back of the watch. It will typical begin with a 1, 2, 3 or 6 and is 6 digits long and formatted xxx.x.xx.
For newer models, the model number is called the reference number, begins with a Q and is clearly indicated on the plastic International Limited Warranty Card.
For newer models, the model number is called the reference number (ref) and clearly indicated on the plastic Pictogram Card or the plastic International Warranty Card. It can be 8 to 15 digits long.
Omega does not typically put the model number on the outside of the case. While there may be several numbers on the back, none of them are the model number.
Typically the reference number will be on a small sticker that should be affixed to the plastic Limited Warranty Certificate. The reference number will begin with PAM followed by 3 to 5 numbers.
The model number can be found on the reference line of the watch paperwork. Patek model numbers consist of a four-digit reference code - typically beginning with 3,4,5,6, or 7 - and will be followed by a letter to identify case materials. “A” for steel, “G” for white gold, “J” for yellow gold, “P” for platinum, or “R” for rose gold.
The model number can be found on the watch between the lugs at the 12 o'clock position, but you may have to remove the bracelet. We do not recommend this.
For new models, the model number is clearly indicated on the plastic International Guarantee Card. On older models, the model number is part of the style number. Typically, this will be the first 5 or 6 digits.
The model number can be found on the back of the watch and will begin with a C or W. It is typically 6 to 9 characters long and can contain letters and numbers.
The model number will begin with a C or W. It is typically 6 to 9 characters long and can contain letters and numbers. It should be clearly indicated on the plastic International Guarantee Card.
For new models, the model number is clearly indicated on the plastic International Guarantee Card.
For newer Tudor models, you can find the model number on the top right lug on the back of the watch. It is small and will probably require a magnifying glass. It is typically 5 digits and may be followed by a letter. The longer number on the left lug is the serial number.
The model number for a Zenith can be found on the case back making it really easy to find, so this is the first place we recommend looking. These references are a combination of numbers and have multiple periods in their sequence.
If you have the watch paperwork, the model number (also called a reference number) can be found there. It may contain extra letters and/or numbers that are not found on the watch.
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