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SE Aluminum Link Remover


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  • Essential for removing pins from metal link bands
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Brand, Seller, or Collection Name SE
Part Number JT6303

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SE Aluminum Link Remover + SE - Replacement Pins for Link Remover Tool (Pkg. of 10) - #JT6305-PIN + HDE Adjustable Watch Band & Bracelet Repair Link Pin Remover Tool
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Product Description

Essential for removing pins from metal link bands.

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It broke the first time I tried to use it.
Cathy
Just buy one of the cheap kits for under 10 they will work better.
william
Great product, easy to use and works exactly as intended.
Biggus Dickus

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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Tony on May 21, 2011
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I had high hopes for this tool after seeing the reviews. I had also ordered a "complete" set of watch tools but since the link remover was plastic I thought it would be a good idea to get this. Wrong! The construction is terrible...the surfaces aren't even flat and the space for the band doesn't even come close to fitting my links and allowing the tool to work. If they would have threaded it a little further I might have been able to get it to work somehow, but there's only a small part of the remover that was threaded. On top of that, the pin that fits into the link is very soft and you can bend it with your fingers. I bet it will do the same when you try to punch out the pin in your band. Save your money and get another tool instead of this.
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14 of 17 people found the following review helpful By B. Stryzak on March 14, 2010
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Simple and elegant link vice and pin. One needs to write little about this effective tool - it consists of three parts:

1) Vice base (green in the picture as well as in my case)
2) Screw with thumb-wheel (knurled nicely for excellent grip)
3) Force pin insert (threaded to fit into the screw with thumb wheel)

It has worked successfully every time for me, it was inexpensive and I'm pretty sure I'll never have to buy another one unless I lose this one!
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Actuary_E on September 13, 2010
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I have a lot of watches, and I've gone through a bunch of these pin-removers. The one I got before this broke easily. I got this one, and it's worked well on two watches so far. One of the other reviewers noted that the pin broke. I'm not surprised (these things are cheap) but I broke a different model, and didn't break this one.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By lwenzel on July 3, 2010
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I was tired of paying to have links removed from my watches. I choose this little link remover mainly because of the fact that it's aluminum and about the same price as the plastic ones sold here.

I just successfully removed 3 links from my brand new Orient watch with no problems. Just make sure you carefully line up the pin remover with the pin. Otherwise you could scratch the side of your bracelet. Do it in good lighting or under a lamp or flashlight.

Build quality is good for the price. This handy little tool is going to save me some money. It already has!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Anders Johnson on January 19, 2011
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Basically, this is a compact and inexpensive tool that does what it's supposed to do, but you have to be careful with it.

Be sure to follow the arrows on the inside of the watch links if there are any. (The arrow points in the direction of removal, which is opposite the direction of reinsertion.) If you try to force it the wrong way, you're liable to break the tip of the tool, and no replacement parts are included. Also, note that there are a few watches out there that use screws instead of pins, and this tool is of no use for them, but if you see a very fine slit that's too small to fit a jeweler's screwdriver on the outgoing end of the pin, then it's probably just a split pin (as was the case with both of my watches) rather than a screw.

For better or worse, there is quite a bit of play in the threads on the tool, so you have to be quite careful to align the tool's tip with the hole in the link, or else you'll scratch the outside of the watchband. Also, because the tool's tip rotates, it WILL leave circular scratches on the end of the link pin -- not that this matters much, because the pin is usually recessed into the link where it is difficult to notice.

It took me a while to realize that you can adjust the tool for different widths of watchbands by rotating the inner tip assembly within the knob assembly. This is a useful feature.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By DVDMovieBuff on February 12, 2011
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This tool is a piece of junk, as you rotate the knob, the pin pusher spins in a wobbly pattern and not in a straight line! You will scratch your band because of this. Buy the 5 piece tool witth the hammer instead.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Ralph Andersen on July 9, 2011
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I'm a very mechanically oriented guy and I was really sure this would be a great pin remover when I bought it. However, it turns out to be almost unuseable in most cases for me:

1. It's metal - I wanted something stronger than plastic but didn't think about it scratching the bands. Not a big issue, I put some painters tape on it.

2. Watch bands come it a lot of different thickness and there is no way to adjust for this. The little hole where the pin gets pushed out should have been a big "U" shaped slot to allow for this.

3. In addition to height, this design doesn't work if you're band is tapered as a lot are up near where the first removable link is. Again the exit hole of the band can't be lined up with the hole in the tool.

If you're lucky enough to have a band that will line up with the tool (or you modify it), it's going to work great. On the other hand the $5.30 punch and hammer item I bought worked perfect on three of my watches (Swiss Legend, Deep Blue, Invicta).
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By mtnsky on November 28, 2011
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Nice having aluminum, but it doesn't screw straight. Line up your watch carefully. Not really made for over sized watches, but will work. It does the job.
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