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58 of 62 people found the following review helpful
on March 12, 2013
Unless you intend to be in the watch repair business, this tool kit is a steal!! Wanted to change the battery on my Fossil watch; had no idea how to do it (has a funky back, not an easy pop-off). Watched a You Tube video...showed all the tools needed. Looked up watch kit on amazon...found this, exactly the items I needed, and bing, bang, boom, in 15 minutes and only 10 dolllars later for 2 batteries my watches were up and running again. It would have cost me $25-$30 for one battery at the repair shop, so for that amount of money, I can keep doing it myself. For those who claim "it broke the first time I used it", you must have been trying to change a tire instead of a battery.
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27 of 28 people found the following review helpful
on October 24, 2009
For many years I had watches with long wrist bands. With this tool kit I was able to change the length of the bands and also change the batteries. A great buy for the price. Will the took kit last? I don't know. It works for me so far.
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45 of 54 people found the following review helpful
on April 10, 2010
I needed to re-adjust my watch but didn't want to pay $20 to a watch jeweler so I instead decided to pay $11.21 for this kit(current price at the time with free ship from prime)

Pros:
Plenty of tools that can come in handy (was able to get the job done)
Not too expensive (roughly ten bucks)

Cons:
Poor quality tools (One of my tools broke after one use, but you get what you pay for. It didn't bother me as much since they provided spares for this part.)
No instructions (There are videos, tutorials, and websites)

Even though the tools are poor quality, they are able to get the job done and its cheaper than going to a jeweler to do it (In most cases). You may not know what you are doing at first but after you do a little reading you'll be done within 20 minutes.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
on January 1, 2013
I paid $9.45

Everything works and everything is on the cheap side, which is what I expected. It is good to work on a few watches but not for professional watch repairing.

The screwdrivers did not fit into most watch screws I tried them on.

The watch pin removers bend easily, like all generic watch pin removers you will find, but they will work and can take a good amount of pressure before bending. The bands I used them on were solid stainless steel 22mm.

The tweesers work but are cheap metal, not high grade stainless by any means but fine if you only need to work on a few watches.

The spring bar remover tool had one of its teeth damaged from the first spring bar I removed with it. It still works but I can tell it wont last for more than maybe 10 spring bars.. fine if you only need to work on a few watches.

The case remover should not be used for high end luxary watches, as if you slip you can mar the case back which is not good. A 3-prong remover would be ideal.

The case knife is decent but not as good as an old high carbon pocket knife.

The watch band holder works, as does the plastic link remover with the handle.

The hammer and pliers will hold up for a long time.

So in conclusion, great price to work on a few watches, resizing bands on a high end watch, or replacing a battery on a cheaper sports watch you wouldn't mind scratching the back of. But if you plan on doing 50 you already know you need a better kit.

Hope that helps!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
on January 17, 2015
I'd give it a 0 star but I can't! The sizing tool worked for one pin then it doesn't work anymore, broke two others (yes I know which direction the pins are supposed to come out)
My hands are stained blue from the product! This absolutely sucks!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
on September 3, 2013
a must have for anybody with a watch. It has everything you need to open any watch and add/remove links in the band. My jeweler was charging my $35 to change battery and remove one link.
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13 of 17 people found the following review helpful
on January 25, 2013
This tool kit came with everything shown. I have seen a lot of reviews mention about not having any instructions on how to use the tools I thought it would be a problem as I have never had to adjust a watchband before, however a quick search on youtube pulled up many videos that showed how to use the tools that came in this kit. Very easy to use. I had my watchband links taken out and the watch was on my wrist in just under 10 minutes. This kit has already paid for itself with that one watchband adjustment. I am looking forward to changing the batteries in several of my watches next. This tool kit came with no case but I they store easily in the box they came in inside of a strong plastic ziploc bag, which works fine for me.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on March 26, 2015
It came fast but without one piece (see
Picture). The fine point tweezers was missing
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on April 5, 2013
Bought this item to remove some links from the new watch that I bought. It almost paid for itself on the first use of it. My local jeweler would charge $9 for resizing and this tool does not cost much more than that.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on March 9, 2013
Considering the price, it's about what I expected. However, a few things potential purchasers may want to know:

1) Technically, this is more like an 11 pc set. I say this because of the duplication of certain tools in the set:
a) The three standard-blade jeweler's screwdrivers are identical.
b) The three link-pin pushers are identical.
c) The two Phillips head screwdrivers are, for watch repair purposes, identical (their only difference being shaft length and the only time you need a shorty is where space constraints dictate...which typically isn't an issue in watch repair).

2) The screwdriver tips are no smaller than those found in any off-the-shelf jeweler's screwdriver set (I was hoping this set would include a much smaller standard-blade screwdriver than those found in typical hardware store sets; I have a watch with a battery retention screw that borders on the microscopic).

The only other tool I've used in the kit so far is the spring-bar tool; which has successfully allowed me to remove and install one watch band so far. If not used carelessly, I don't see why it won't continue to perform its function.

Otherwise, the quality of the rest of the tools appears price-appropriate; meaning basic functionality, low-cost materials, and crude precision and finishes. Keep in mind they aren't Campagnolo quality (nor Campagnolo-priced) and you'll be fine.
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