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8 Part Watch repair tool kit £1.00 at Maplin

£1.00 @ Maplin
Collect in store or Free delivery on a £10 spend You would pay a quid for one thing. Get four in a case! Long nosed pliers 5 Mini screwdrivers Tweezers Case opening tool Read More
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2y, 5m agoFound 2 years, 5 months ago
Collect in store or Free delivery on a £10 spend
You would pay a quid for one thing. Get four in a case!
Long nosed pliers
5 Mini screwdrivers
Tweezers
Case opening tool
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#1
Not sure how many watches you will repair. But handy mini tools for craft and modelling. And the case opening tool is probably safer than using a knife or screwdriver when you change a watch battery.

Have fun"
1 Like #2
Shame it's only for pry off backs, all mine are screw on.
#3
b1g1an
Shame it's only for pry off backs, all mine are screw on.

You can use a rubber ball - check youtube for details.
#4
good find op, heat :)
#5
Handy for a £1
1 Like #6
b1g1an
Shame it's only for pry off backs, all mine are screw on.
The 5 Mini screwdrivers won't work?
#7
really only for changing the battyery. can anyone really feel confident about trying to repair a watch
#8
OOS for me
#9
Slash
b1g1an
Shame it's only for pry off backs, all mine are screw on.
The 5 Mini screwdrivers won't work?

No not for a screw on case. You need a friction rubber ball like scrumpypaul mentioned.Friction rubber ball.
2 Likes #10
Poppyj1
Slash
b1g1an
Shame it's only for pry off backs, all mine are screw on.
The 5 Mini screwdrivers won't work?
No not for a screw on case. You need a friction rubber ball like scrumpypaul mentioned.Friction rubber ball.

Do they really work, I was assuming you'd need something like this...

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Watch-Back-Case-Opener-Wrench-Screw-Remover-Tool-Kit-Set-Storage-Case-/110979484221
1 Like #11
b1g1an
Poppyj1
Slash
b1g1an
Shame it's only for pry off backs, all mine are screw on.
The 5 Mini screwdrivers won't work?
No not for a screw on case. You need a friction rubber ball like scrumpypaul mentioned.Friction rubber ball.

Do they really work, I was assuming you'd need something like this...

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Watch-Back-Case-Opener-Wrench-Screw-Remover-Tool-Kit-Set-Storage-Case-/110979484221

Never used one myself so not sure if they do work. Videos on youtube showing you they work.
Video here
#12
rachyerbs
OOS for me
Still ok for Home delivery. I got one last week with some stuff. Its cheap but cheerful.
#13
Poppyj1
b1g1an
Poppyj1
Slash
b1g1an
Shame it's only for pry off backs, all mine are screw on.
The 5 Mini screwdrivers won't work?
No not for a screw on case. You need a friction rubber ball like scrumpypaul mentioned.Friction rubber ball.
Do they really work, I was assuming you'd need something like this...http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Watch-Back-Case-Opener-Wrench-Screw-Remover-Tool-Kit-Set-Storage-Case-/110979484221
Never used one myself so not sure if they do work. Videos on youtube showing you they work.Video here

Thanks, worth a punt for a quid.
#14
b1g1an
Poppyj1
Slash
b1g1an
Shame it's only for pry off backs, all mine are screw on.
The 5 Mini screwdrivers won't work?
No not for a screw on case. You need a friction rubber ball like scrumpypaul mentioned.Friction rubber ball.

Do they really work, I was assuming you'd need something like this...

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Watch-Back-Case-Opener-Wrench-Screw-Remover-Tool-Kit-Set-Storage-Case-/110979484221

Last screw on I removed was with straight long nosed pliers. You only use two indents but it was enough to remove the cheap watch back and didn't scratch. Not sure if I'd try the same with a good watch.
#15
Meathotukdeals
b1g1an
Poppyj1
Slash
b1g1an
Shame it's only for pry off backs, all mine are screw on.
The 5 Mini screwdrivers won't work?
No not for a screw on case. You need a friction rubber ball like scrumpypaul mentioned.Friction rubber ball.
Do they really work, I was assuming you'd need something like this...http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Watch-Back-Case-Opener-Wrench-Screw-Remover-Tool-Kit-Set-Storage-Case-/110979484221
Last screw on I removed was with straight long nosed pliers. You only use two indents but it was enough to remove the cheap watch back and didn't scratch. Not sure if I'd try the same with a good watch.

Been there done that but I do have some decent watches now :)
#16
Are these now only left in dublin ?
#17
Stock check for me is saying the nearest is Galway. They have 7 left. That's over 300 miles from me. Shame.
1 Like #18
My one part watch repair kit:

https://www.dlsweb.rmit.edu.au/toolbox/electrotech/toolbox1204/resources/03workshop/05hand_tools/images/mash_hammer.jpg
#19
Is your name Jeremy clarkson
1 Like #20
Just a quick 8 hour drive from Glasgow to Galway and these are mine!!
#21
Voted hot - just been using mine today as it happens to repair my PC keyboard. Decent tools for light labour.

Edited By: ra2000 on Dec 08, 2014 17:01
#22
believe me this kit is useless. thought not terribly priced for a pound because the pliers would cost about at least 80pence.
#23
Meant to post this the other day, woops. Glad it's still in stock. Not entirely sure how useful it is but £1 isn't bad at all.
#24
knowitall5
believe me this kit is useless. thought not terribly priced for a pound because the pliers would cost about at least 80pence.

So, as bad as your grammar then? ;)
#25
Besford
knowitall5
believe me this kit is useless. thought not terribly priced for a pound because the pliers would cost about at least 80pence.

So, as bad as your grammar then? ;)
You are such a bitch!oO
#26
Out of stock!
#27
digbys
Besford
knowitall5
believe me this kit is useless. thought not terribly priced for a pound because the pliers would cost about at least 80pence.

So, as bad as your grammar then? ;)
You are such a bitch!oO

Are you knowitall5's minder or something? ;)
#28
Besford
digbys
Besford
knowitall5
believe me this kit is useless. thought not terribly priced for a pound because the pliers would cost about at least 80pence.

So, as bad as your grammar then? ;)
You are such a bitch!oO

Are you knowitall5's minder or something? ;)
He's my bitch!<3

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