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Watch Repair Tool Kit with a Free Hammer $9.85

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Well reviewed watch repair tool kit - comes with free hammer.

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"with a free hammer"

Am I the only one who thought this was going to be a joke?
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I used this kit to replace the batteries in some of my old watches. Tools are made of metal and it was pretty solid.
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Looks like decent quality. Pass.
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"with a free hammer"

Am I the only one who thought this was going to be a joke?
Nope Big Grin. It's like: "If our tool kit doesn't work, then use the hammer!"
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I purchased this watch kit in July since it had favorable reviews. Although this kit was made well, the case opener did not adjust big enough for any of my watches rendering it fairly useless.
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Because who wouldn't want a free hammer!!
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Does this work on newer watches (smart) or just the legacy jewelry mechanical style?
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Nope Big Grin. It's like: "If our tool kit doesn't work, then use the hammer!"
That's the only reason I'm here, I was going to make the same joke!
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This tool set looks decent for the price. Throw away the case opener wrench and buy one of these. All the wrench is good for is scratching up the case.

https://www.amazon.com/Friction-Ball-Watch-Case-Opener/dp/B0058EDAUA/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=15118258... [amazon.com]
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This tool set looks decent for the price. Throw away the case opener wrench and buy one of these. All the wrench is good for is scratching up the case.

https://www.amazon.com/Friction-Ball-Watch-Case-Opener/dp/B0058EDAUA/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=15118258... [amazon.com]
Thanks, didn't know such a thing exists! How well does it work sir?
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Bought this kit 2 yrs ago for $15...absolutely terrible quality. The push pins fall out of the grips and the different shape/sized metal pegs that go into the wrench strip very very easily. The wrench also has a lot of flex at the 3 contact points and makes it down right dangerous when you have to really torque on it to remove the battery casing. I've scratched watches and cut knuckles changing batteries.

Even though you are probably going to use this infrequently, it isn't worth the hassle. Spend about $50-75 and get a decent tool. Best to stay away from these kits, unless you are changing out batteries on cheap watches that you aren't worried about damaging.
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Honestly I just want the hammer
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Everyone who's got more than one watch should have this set. Replace your battery only once yourself and the set paid for itself.
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Bought this kit 2 yrs ago for $15...absolutely terrible quality. The push pins fall out of the grips and the different shape/sized metal pegs that go into the wrench strip very very easily. The wrench also has a lot of flex at the 3 contact points and makes it down right dangerous when you have to really torque on it to remove the battery casing. I've scratched watches and cut knuckles changing batteries.

Even though you are probably going to use this infrequently, it isn't worth the hassle. Spend about $50-75 and get a decent tool. Best to stay away from these kits, unless you are changing out batteries on cheap watches that you aren't worried about damaging.
Iagree

Bought this to replace a few watch batteries and a strap. Broke the spring bar removal tool after one use, stripped the pegs i needed for the case back, and broke the extra screwdrivers. In one use. You get what you pay for...
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