16-Piece Deluxe Watch Repair Tool Kit WRK001

ListPrice: $29.95
Price: $8.25 & eligible for FREE Super Saver Shipping on orders over $25. Details
YouSave: $21.70 (72%)

o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o
In Stock
Sold by hobbytoolsupply and Fulfilled by Amazon.
Want it delivered Thursday, December 9?
Order it in the next 17 hours and 23 minutes, and choose One-Day Shipping at checkout.
Ordering for Christmas? To ensure delivery by December 24, choose FREE Super Saver Shipping at checkout. >>>Read more about holiday shipping.
7 new from $8.25 2 used from $27.99

Special Offers and Product Promotions

Six-Month Financing: Make any purchase on Amazon totaling $149 or more using the Store Card and pay no interest if paid in full within 6 months. Interest will be charged to your account from the purchase date if the promotional balance is not paid in full within 6 months. Minimum monthly payments required. 1-Click and phone orders do not apply. See details and restrictions.

Product Features

  • 16 Common Use Generic Watch Repair Tools
  • Great For Changing Batteries & Bands On Most Watches
  • The Highest Quality 16 Piece Watch Kit on The Market
  • Tools In This Kit Are Hand Picked By SE For Quality

Product Description

This set of 16 watch repair tools includes: 1 watchband link pin remover, 1 watchband holder, one spring bar remover, 3 Pin punches, 1 metal and plastic hammer, 1 case knife, 3 slotted screwdrivers, 2 Phillips screwdrivers, 1 case wrench, 1 pair of long nose pliers with side cutters, and 1 pair of stainless steel tweezers.

Customer Reviews

By shutterbug "shutterbug2"
I had actually only ordered the kit for the plastic watch band link remover. I have a Invicta Diver's Watch Model #5017 which closely resembles the Rolex model. I really take my time at doing things slowly and correctly. However, it took me less than ten minutes to push out four link pins with the link removal tool. It is that easy. Simply, line up the top of the pins with the pin remover and carefully turn maybe about three revolutions and instantly it comes out. Note that this Invicta watch had pins with fake screw slots on one side which made me even more careful. However, this proved to be for decorative purposes only since the pins themselves resembled tiny cotter pins which is essentially a piece of wire folded in the middle. I even used the knife case opener on my wife's twenty year old seiko with equal success. Again, this stuff is not Swiss made but in my opinion is a good starter kit which gets the work done correctly. The money I saved can be used for more expensive tools should I decide to choose watch repair as a second career. Also check out the microtools website. You will be amazed with their extensive product line and offerings. 
The product arrived promptly. Ordered on Sunday was surprised to see it in mailbox on Wednesday. Already opened two watches for battery replacement and shortened two chainlinks. The watch replacement and chain-link fixing is at least five each in our neighborhood. So I think the tool has already paid for itself and saved the trouble to go to the stores. The nearby Meijer store used to replace the battery at no charge but has stopped doing that lately. I do not have any expensive waterproof watches with screwed backs so I have not used that tool. But all the other tools came in very handy.

The tool quality seems fine. No instructions. So I had to figure out. I guess these tools are meant for people who know what they are doing. Learning was not difficult. By the time I reached the third watch, I knew fairly well how to use them. May be I am a slow learner.

I wish the tools had a storage box that came along, but no big deal. Next trip to Dollar Tree should solve that.

The candies were included in my shipment too like an earlier review had mentioned. Kind of reminded me of the old time neighborhood stores. Rather pleasant.  


Post a Comment