SE 25 Piece Deluxe Watch Battery and Band Tool Set

SE 25 Piece Deluxe Watch Battery and Band Tool Set

$20

SE 25 Piece Deluxe Watch Battery and Band Tool Set

SE 25 Piece Deluxe Watch Battery and Band Tool Set:our store was listed on the main board of the stock exchange of usa limited on march 4 2005. Having made a purchase of my first ever "Un-cheap" watch in my entire life history (in the past, if anyone could've ever gotten me to spend more than $14 on a wristwatch, I'd have screamed that I'd been robbed blind), it was evident that there'd be some "tinkering" around with it that would need to be done on a relatively routine basis (initially amp; most importantly "resizing" of the metal link wristband, but also the anticipation of having to switch-out the occasional dead battery). Learning that the "professionals" charge outlandishly ridiculous rates for tackling such a seemingly simple job, I'd decided to look into that ever-trusted stand-by... the "do-it-yourself" kit!Not wanting to spend a whole lot of money for something that, at the most, would cover only two specific jobs -- with one of those jobs being a "one-time" deal (unless somehow my body gains massive amounts of weight amp; bloats up big-time, forcing me to "resize" the wristband again) -- I'd scoured the various pages looking for that happy deal.Unfortunately, what I kept finding was review after review about how "cheaply made" the "cheaply priced" sets really were (e.g., plastic pins that break; screwdrivers that bend with the slightest pressure; blades that are too fat; etc.). The only common consensus in all of these types of reviews was: "The only piece in this toolkit worth saving for anything is the 'hammer'."Okay, point taken... spend the money! And for what I'd gotten for the "money" *SEEMS* to be a pretty decent set of tools.I say, "seems," because I've no idea what most of these pieces are properly used for or how they are to be properly used. A VERY BIG REASON FOR THIS is because of the fact that for as much as is asked for this tool kit, the very LEAST the manufacturer/seller could've done was to include a SET OF INSTRUCTIONS! Instead, there's a "WEBSITE ADDRESS" which they slap on the outside of the box (no, NOT on the tool kit "case," but on the packaging "BOX")! But guess what? (...wait for it...) -- the website they instruct you to visit takes you to a "DEAD SITE"! ("Go Daddy" will sell it to you for 12 bucks, or something like that!) -- So thank God (since that who "Google" is startng to think they are anyway) for "YouTube" and the number of good people there who were kind enough to show us how some of these basic change amp; repair jobs are accomplished.The tool case is very nice amp; sturdy, and the tools themselves seem to be of not too shabby quality. The only problem (and it's really nothing all that major) is the foam housing for the tools: they don't rest very snugly within their spaces at all; in fact, most of the tools were scattered all throughout the case by the time I'd picked the package up in the mail.So now with all this money spent on tools I'm not seeing getting much use out of for watch maintenance/repair, perhaps they're of reasonable enough quality to have on hand to use on whatever unusual "odd jobs" may pop up in other areas, so that the value of the price of purchase may eventually be realized in time.But the fact that I've already saved myself somewhere in the neighborhood of $10-20 bucks adjusting my own watchband (rather than paying a "jeweler" to do the job), and perhaps another $15 by not buying a new cheap wristwatch simply by replacing the dying battery in an old Casio digital I've had for several years, this set already seems to be on its way of paying for itself within the next year or so.max 89% off,we offer at cheap prices,max 40% offSE 25 Piece Deluxe Watch Battery and Band Tool Set
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Repair and resize watch bands and change batteries with this 25 piece kit. The link pin remover will help you easily adjust the size of most watch bracelets, and comes with 4 extra pins. The adjustable Jaxa-type opener will help you open most screw back watch cases with 4 different pin sets included. A double-ended spring bar tool with replaceable tips will help you remove spring bars from leather straps and metal bands. One tip is a fork as used for leather bands. The other is a reversible tip with a small fork (for metal bands) on one end, and a pin pusher on the other. Two smaller tips are included for different sized spring bars. The stainless steel hammer with rubber coated handle has 1 hard nylon face, 1 soft nylon face and 1 stainless steel face. The Seiko Style case opener makes opening snap-back cases quick and easy, with a tempered and properly beveled blade. This kit also includes: 3 pin punches (Sizes: 1mm, 0.8mm, 0.7mm); one 10x magnifying loupe; 3 slotted precision screwdrivers with replaceable tips; and stainless steel, anti-magnetic, #27 tweezers. All tools come in a handy plastic carrying case with a handle and 2 latches. Save time and money by repairing watches yourself, instead of taking them to a jeweler!

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SE 25 Piece Deluxe Watch Battery and Band Tool Set

SE 25 Piece Deluxe Watch Battery and Band Tool Set:our store was listed on the main board of the stock exchange of usa limited on march 4 2005. Having made a purchase of my first ever "Un-cheap" watch in my entire life history (in the past, if anyone could've ever gotten me to spend more than $14 on a wristwatch, I'd have screamed that I'd been robbed blind), it was evident that there'd be some "tinkering" around with it that would need to be done on a relatively routine basis (initially amp; most importantly "resizing" of the metal link wristband, but also the anticipation of having to switch-out the occasional dead battery). Learning that the "professionals" charge outlandishly ridiculous rates for tackling such a seemingly simple job, I'd decided to look into that ever-trusted stand-by... the "do-it-yourself" kit!Not wanting to spend a whole lot of money for something that, at the most, would cover only two specific jobs -- with one of those jobs being a "one-time" deal (unless somehow my body gains massive amounts of weight amp; bloats up big-time, forcing me to "resize" the wristband again) -- I'd scoured the various pages looking for that happy deal.Unfortunately, what I kept finding was review after review about how "cheaply made" the "cheaply priced" sets really were (e.g., plastic pins that break; screwdrivers that bend with the slightest pressure; blades that are too fat; etc.). The only common consensus in all of these types of reviews was: "The only piece in this toolkit worth saving for anything is the 'hammer'."Okay, point taken... spend the money! And for what I'd gotten for the "money" *SEEMS* to be a pretty decent set of tools.I say, "seems," because I've no idea what most of these pieces are properly used for or how they are to be properly used. A VERY BIG REASON FOR THIS is because of the fact that for as much as is asked for this tool kit, the very LEAST the manufacturer/seller could've done was to include a SET OF INSTRUCTIONS! Instead, there's a "WEBSITE ADDRESS" which they slap on the outside of the box (no, NOT on the tool kit "case," but on the packaging "BOX")! But guess what? (...wait for it...) -- the website they instruct you to visit takes you to a "DEAD SITE"! ("Go Daddy" will sell it to you for 12 bucks, or something like that!) -- So thank God (since that who "Google" is startng to think they are anyway) for "YouTube" and the number of good people there who were kind enough to show us how some of these basic change amp; repair jobs are accomplished.The tool case is very nice amp; sturdy, and the tools themselves seem to be of not too shabby quality. The only problem (and it's really nothing all that major) is the foam housing for the tools: they don't rest very snugly within their spaces at all; in fact, most of the tools were scattered all throughout the case by the time I'd picked the package up in the mail.So now with all this money spent on tools I'm not seeing getting much use out of for watch maintenance/repair, perhaps they're of reasonable enough quality to have on hand to use on whatever unusual "odd jobs" may pop up in other areas, so that the value of the price of purchase may eventually be realized in time.But the fact that I've already saved myself somewhere in the neighborhood of $10-20 bucks adjusting my own watchband (rather than paying a "jeweler" to do the job), and perhaps another $15 by not buying a new cheap wristwatch simply by replacing the dying battery in an old Casio digital I've had for several years, this set already seems to be on its way of paying for itself within the next year or so.max 89% off,we offer at cheap prices,max 40% offSE 25 Piece Deluxe Watch Battery and Band Tool Set