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- (1) Dual head hammer: metal & nylon
- (1) Watch band holder, 2" x 2"
- (3) Pin punches: 0.8mm, 0.9mm, & 1.0mm
- Length of hammer: 8"
- Length of pin punches: 2"
This 5-piece set comes complete with everything you need to remove even the toughest link pins from watch bands.
Features of our product include:
• (1) Dual head hammer: metal & nylon
• (1) Watch band holder, 2” x 2”
• (3) Pin punches: 0.8mm, 0.9mm, & 1.0mm
• Length of hammer: 8”
• Length of pin punches: 2”
How to use:
1) Place the watch band in the holder.
2) Position the pin punch or spring bar directly on top the pin/bar.
3) Hit the hammer to remove or insert pin.
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- Product Dimensions: 3.5 x 3.1 x 1.3 inches
- Shipping Weight: 4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B002Q8AJSM
- Item model number: JT6218
- Date first available at Amazon.com: September 23, 2009
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|Item weight||3.68 Ounces|
Top Customer Reviews
A helpful suggestion: When working with link removal, try to work inside a tray or covered area (like a large piece of felt over the table). That way, when the little watch nails pop out, they don't go rolling off the table, and you don't waste several minutes groping around the floor/carpet for them.
I didn't get the one that worked like a press. I think using the small hammer and tapping gently gives more control than one of the press type tools. I like this because there's nothing to get out of alignment or jam. The only way to improve this would be to provide punch storage in the base.
It took me just a few minutes to remove two links from my watch band, one from each side of the clasp. The punches are 7/16" long, long enough to push the pins over half way out. The small hammer has a plastic face for driving the pins back in.
I also found a magnifying visor very helpful.
Addition to review. I've now used this to shorten three watch bands. The last was a women's watch that had pins that were very tight. I just kept tapping and the pins finally came out. Don't tap too hard, let the hammer do the work. The watch band holder has slots of different widths to handle different watch bands.
I just measured the pins I received with the SE JT6218 Watch Band Link Remover. They measured as follows:
0.031 inch = 0.79 mm
0.035 inch = 0.89 mm
0.038 inch = 0.965 mm
I used a Starrett 120A-6 dial caliper like this one, Starrett Dial Caliper, American Made, Inch
It is very easy once you actually do it. Now, friends even ask me to resize their watches sometimes.
Since receiving the tool I have resized the Citizen watch as well as my new Orient Men's CEM65002D 'Blue Mako' Automatic Dive Watch. Both were really easy to size with a little practice. Previous reviewers have mentioned the lack of instructions, which are brief at best, but the tool is not tough to figure out. First, look at the back of the watch link and find the arrow which shows the direction the pin needs to be pushed. Place the watch band in the holder, finding a slot that keeps the watch band secure and make sure the pin is over a hole. Use the metal side of the hammer and the right size punch for the pin. Give it a few taps and the pin and link should be released. Repeat as needed to remove the desired number of links and then reverse the process to put the band back together using the plastic side of the hammer to avoid marring the surface of the band. Make sure that the pin is tapped and put back in the opposite direction of the arrow to reassemble the band. If you need a smaller adjustment after removing links, don't forget to look for the micro adjuster holes that are in a lot of watch clasps.
This is an easy to use, money saving tool that has already paid for itself! Highly recommended.
The wrist band holder is great, and fits all sizes of wrist band.
The mallet is easy to use and works well.
The punches are robust and do not bend easily.
I recommend purchasing this with the SE Watch Link Remover ( press style ), which is much better for harder to remove link pins.
Overall good quality set which can't be beat for the price.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Exactly what was expected, very easy to use and perfect for that price!Published 14 hours ago by Amazon Customer
Used this tool set to remove several links in a stainless steel seiko watch band. Take your time and work in a well lighted and clean area. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Hazmateer
The tool works well for the job. I used it in conjunction with a similar tool that slowly pushes out a pin by screwing it. Read morePublished 2 days ago by a single white female
Use this all the time on my new watches, saves you a trip to a watch repair guy.Published 3 days ago by Amazon Customer