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SE Tools Tool Kit Watch Watch Repair Kit

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Brand, Seller, or Collection Name SE
Model number JT6222-2X
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    Each tool that I used broke in the first use.
    Roberto Carlos Granados Díaz
    If you just need to change your watch battery or adjust your watch strap, this tool will work great for you as it make the job easier.
    Shaper
    Haven't had to use it yet so hopefully it will get the job done.
    goofygal68

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    Pattern Name: 13 Piece
    All these inexpensive small home watch repair kits are pretty much the same tools, all made in China, and all about the same price.

    There are currently two kits that I see a lot online, both obviously from the same anonymous Chinese manufacturer.
    This one is the better kit of the two.
    And that ain't bad! The zippered kit with this one makes a handy organizer for small tools that are otherwise easy to lose.

    None of these budget kits are what a professional watch repairer who works on high-end watches would probably choose to repair Rolex's and other high end timepieces.
    The steel quality isn't the best "tool" quality. Some of the edges are not "precision" made.
    These are cheap versions of tools that, if professional quality from high-end makers, are very expensive.

    But for home use to change your own watch batteries or re-size links, swap watch bands, take the back off etc this kit will do just fine.
    And you'll be about as well set up or slightly better than the watch-servicing department at the average retail department store.

    By all means get one of these kits if you'd like to do routine service on your watch(es) at home.
    A great way to save a few dollars changing batteries (especially if you have a lot of watches in rotation) while learning about watches at the same time.

    And if you find yourself getting seriously interested in modifying your watches--replacing hour hands or dial faces, etc-- this will have been a handy set to learn on. Win-win.

    Hope this is helpful as you research and comparison shop online. Happy self-sufficiency, everybody.
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    20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By GMAK on August 11, 2012
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    This product is AWESOME!! I replaced 7 NIXON watch batteries, without a hitch. The tools I used were the tweezers, tiny screw drivers, watch holder, and watch cover remover.

    You can't go wrong with this kit!
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    5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Dee Sekh on August 23, 2013
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    I ordered this kit as I have plenty of watches and get tired of paying to have the battery replaced.

    I thought that having this kit and watching do-it-yourself videos on youtube could help me avoid taking watches to the repair shop.
    Unfortunately, the tools in this kit were of poor quality.

    The wrench to open a screw-back watch had three sockets to put bits in (provided in the kit). One of the sockets cant hold the bit in and falls out when you try to use it on a watch.

    After I managed to get my screw-back cover off, the screw driver bit of the little screw driver fell off. At first I thought it was loose, but upon further inspection the screw (on side of handle) that held the bit in place was rusted and came apart when i tried touched it. I had to use super glue to put the flat-head bit on the screw-driver.

    Also, if you have big dials on your watch, the wrench for the screw-back covers may fit. It did not fit for my fossil watches.

    I haven't used the other tools yet, but my experience with using these two have been enough.
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    6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Witland LeBlanc on February 25, 2013
    Pattern Name: 13 Piece
    If you are looking for a basic repair kit, this is what you need. Otherwise, I would look for something a bit more durable. Overall, this was a great bargain for my needs.
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    7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on January 29, 2014
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    I bought kit to replace some watch batteries (snap on back and screw on back) and to remove some links in a watch band. My kit arrived with all the parts present and in good condition. The screw on case opener is the better type with 3 contact points on the case instead of 2 and worked fine. The "knife" type opener worked fine as well. The case holder worked well to hold the case as I pressed the snap on cover back on the case. The link remover worked on my wife's watch to remove and reinsert the pins. The "spring bar tool" worked perfectly. The screwdrivers are crap, they have a set screw to hold the bits in the screwdriver handle and they will slip. The tweezers are just cheap tweezers, can't comment on them other than they worked.Did not use the pin punches. Overall, it seems fine for occasional use. This product and a few batteries comes in under $20 bucks. I also needed some dollar store magnifying glasses as I'm getting too old to see this tiny crap anymore. So maybe $21bucks but still a deal.
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    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By - on October 30, 2013
    Pattern Name: 13 Piece Verified Purchase
    I bought this kit because it was just a few dollars more than the watch case wrench alone. This is the regular size watch case opener tool~if you have one of those HUGE watches that are popular these days you may need to get the standalone ‘XL’ watch case opener available elsewhere. The watchcase opener in this kit has 3 prongs, and it comes with 18 bits that fit into the prongs. You get 3 little round bits, 3 bigger round bits, 3 square bits, 3 trianglur bits and 3 bits that are sort of like a regular non-phillips screwdriver. You put on whatever the indents of your watch back looks like to grip it and be able to unscrew it. I used the square bits to (finally) be able to open up a Seiko 7n43-type dress watch from the 1990s that was stuck shut. I was also able to use it on a 2003 Seiko 2kx-type divers watch. The opener was NOT at full extension so it could be used on watches that are larger than these—although probably not the HUGE watches that sell on TV these days.

    On the opener at full extension (largest size) the two top bits are about 33mm apart from each other and they’re both 37mm from the bottom bit. Now, you don’t put these on a diameter on the caseback. The top two are at about 10 o’clock and 2 o’clock with the bottom bit being at 6 o’clock. Because of this you can open a watch that has a larger than 33mm diameter back. You put the bottom bit on a caseback depression and then the top to go on either side of the opposite diameter depression: so it doesn’t span the entire caseback-letting you open larger casebacks. This is a good feature. The only reason I’m mentioning it is because you may be measuring all the way across (wrong) to see if this will fit you watch. Anyway—if you have a normal sized watch or smaller you should be fine.
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