eSecure - 16 Piece Watch Repair Tool Kit Set Pin & Back Remover £5.98 delivered @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Showing OOS but i have posted the same product, cheaper from different supplier

Handy little kit to have. If used correctly this tool set will save you money and give new life to your abandoned watches.

Product Description
Have you ever struggled to open up a watch and replace a battery? Have you found it almost impossible to remove links in a metal band so you can wear your watch more comfortably? This incredibly useful 16 Piece Watch Repair Kit can help you. Use the specially designed knife to prise open watch backs. Handle batteries with the fine-nosed tweezers. And use one of the professional screwdrivers to remove watch backs or internal screws. Everything you need for basic watch opening, battery replacement and repairs is included. There are also tools such as a slotted plastic base and strap holder block. These make the job of shortening or increasing the length of metal wristbands so much easier. You'll never have to visit a jeweler again to perform basic maintenance and repairs on your watch. Order your 16 Piece Watch Repair Kit now. Important Notice: Please keep sharp objects out of reach of children and persons under 18 years.

The product description answers the questions in the reviews.

* 1 x Rubber grip pliers 2 x small screwdrivers 3 x PNP screwdrivers
* 3 x PNP mini spring bar tools 1 x PNP two-head tool
* 1 x Knife to open watch backs 1 x Two-pin bar for opening watch backs
* 1 x Tweezers for watch batteries 1 x Specialist steel hammer
* 1 x Strap holder block to remove pins from metal bands 1 x Slotted plastic base to fit various sizes
I even found a video for this on youtube.
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banned#1
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Edited By: whateveryouwant on Jan 12, 2011 21:50
#2
Looks great, having messed up the contacts on a couple of cheap watches!
#3
A high street watch place will charge more than this just to adjust a watch strap which is pith easy to do with these tools.
banned#4
I was reading the reviews and those that used it properly wwere really impressed. It didnt seem to come with instructions but the product description tells you all you need. The delivery was quick as well.
I cant wait to fiddle with all my old bits and pieces. :p
#5
I have this kit from eBay and it does the job. Obviously not the best quality, but what do you expect for the price?! Oh, and I paid more off eBay too!
#6
got this from china,piece of crap as no watch i owned even fitted in the platform so how can u ever use it to remove links if it only fits watch straps less than a half inch in thickness.must be something i dont know about this!!
banned#7
Just ordered mine, 3-5 days delivered. Gives me time to hunt for everything!
Does anyone know if this is any good for anything else like phones and things.
#8
You need to include the Postage and Packaging in with your price. The price you 'should' be indicating is obviously £5.98.
#9
ordered!! Thanks great find need to replace a couple of batteries so this will definitely come in use!
banned#10
Blasphemous
You need to include the Postage and Packaging in with your price. The price you 'should' be indicating is obviously £5.98.


Thanks, done now.
#11
whateveryouwant
Blasphemous
You need to include the Postage and Packaging in with your price. The price you 'should' be indicating is obviously £5.98.


Thanks, done now.
Thank you.
#12
Picked up a similar one from Ebay for the same price. They are a godsend. We were quoted £10 to take a link out of a watch!
#13
Are Amazon Marketplace deals now allowed on HUKD?
#14
Great find, got one of these myself a while back. Easy to use and saves a small fortune on watch alterations!
#15
I got the blue thing to adjust watch straps from Amazon.
Absolutely brilliant, you need to use a bit of care, but I've changed multiple straps of various sizes - must have saved a fortune.
#16
> Have you ever struggled to open up a watch and replace a battery?

No
1 Like #17
It'll end up at the back of a drawer collecting dust alongside the credit card survival tool
#18
No need to purchase this as I opened up my watch with some simple DIY tools along with changing the straps.

hot deal though.
#19
i used to work for goldsmiths - we charged if we felt like it.

I bought this set from amazon last year but for about £10 or £12 - adjusted quite a few braclets and changed the odd battery.

Its not the same quality as the ones in a jeweller but for the price, cant beat it.
#20
A marketplace seller with ONLY 93% feedback, Marketplace sellers allowed are supposed to have 98%
#21
I have this kit and the screwdrivers are some real poor quality ones! Two of the smaller ones just spin in the handle. Could be just my batch, but don't expect to much for this price.
#22
all gone :(
#23
tommyt
I have this kit and the screwdrivers are some real poor quality ones! Two of the smaller ones just spin in the handle. Could be just my batch, but don't expect to much for this price.


are they not supposed to do that?
banned#24
Sorry the deal ran out but i have searched everywhere to find the exact same product ...http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/16-piece-watch-repair-tool-kit-set-/851078#comments

I have started another thread as this is cheaper and from a different supplier.

Thanks for voting this hot.
#25
lastjunkie
are they not supposed to do that?

Not sure what screwdrivers you have been using, but no they are not. The metal shank has come lose within the handle.
banned#26
Got mine this morning

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