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16-Piece Watch Repair Tool Kit EXPIRED

DJ3xclusive 69,354 February 6, 2013 at 01:02 PM in Home & Home Improvement (2)
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Promoted 02-06-2013 at 02:10 PM View Original Post
1 Sale a Day has 16-Piece Watch Repair Tool Kit for $5 + free shipping. Thanks DJ3xclusive

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Edited February 6, 2013 at 01:35 PM by DJ3xclusive
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Worth the purchase with just one battery change! Great tool to have around woot
Set Includes:
  • (1) watchband link pin remover
  • (1) watchband holder
  • (1) 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
  • (1) pair of stainless steel tweezers
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Some Nice Tutorials Here Below:

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#31
403 - Error
Invalid Country

Anyone else get this?
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#32
Fry's electronic and Kroger have the best price(under $3 for most batteries)
Radioshack is most expensive(up to $7)
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Where do you get batteries for watches? Can I find them in regular grocery stores?
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#33
I bought a similar (if not the same) kit from Amazon last year, around the same price, I believe. It's definitely worth having around. You can buy batteries from Amazon as add-ons if you need just a little bit more $ to get you FS. If you're in luck, multiple watches in your house will use the same battery, and you can get a multi-pack sleeve. Otherwise, if you only have one watch, buying a multi-pack may not be a great idea, unless you think you have other electronics to use them, like digital scales, blood glucose monitors, cameras/video recorders, etc. Definitely much cheaper than going to a mall kiosk to replace a battery for $10.

Quick tip: notate what batteries you need for all of the watches in your house and keep it with your kit. That way, when you need to replace the battery, you don't have to open up your watch to find out what type of battery it needs, close it up again, and reopen it to put the battery in. I'm not a watch expert, but I can't imagine wanting any dust/debris to get into the watch mechanism if it has moving parts.
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#34
Nooo! I just bought a set and other tools on Amazon last month to adjust my watch! I could have saved like $20.

In other unfortunate news, my Seiko 5 seems to be keeping great time now...right before my repair kit came in. Confused
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Quote from iCheapo View Post :
Nooo! I just bought a set and other tools on Amazon last month to adjust my watch! I could have saved like $20.

In other unfortunate news, my Seiko 5 seems to be keeping great time now...right before my repair kit came in. Confused
aint life so full of it
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#36
worth every penny.

I get my batteries from ebay. Yes, it takes 2-4 days, but cheapest and had no issues what so ever.

If you can't wait, of course you can pay extra to get it at radio shack or battery plus stores.
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#37
Darnit! It is missing the tool to close the watches. A lot of them require a lot of pressure to close, something you cant do by hand.
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#38
Snagged one. Good to have for the next time I need to change a battery or adjust links.
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#39
sweet! just got a new NIXON and need to adjust the band... thumbs up OP
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#40
I bought a 10 pack of batteries for dirt cheap from amazon, and easily managed to pry the back of my watch...but I could not close the damn thing. I had to go to a watch repair guy and pay a few bucks for him to close it for me.

This kit doesn't seem like it has anything to close the watch after replacing the battery, and the tutorial in the first post makes it sound like it's easy to just pop the back on. Nope, it's not that simple.
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#41
I got this kit and used it to open a couple of watches, both screw and pop off types. Works good. Worth the 5 bucks for me since I don't mind having a bunch of tools lying around anyways.
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#42
This came a week too late for me. Had to resize my watch I bought online. Some place was asking for $25 and some even more. Finally found a place that did it for $10. I still thought it was a lot since all they need to do was take a couple of pin out and put them back in. Oh well, I bought one for future usage, like changing batteries. Thanks OP.
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#43
nice. in for one.
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#44
Good enough for small gifts or sell at my spring garage sale - snagged 4.

Tx
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#45
Does it have what is used to replace the battery ans press the back closed
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