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When you have the right tools for the job, you’ve already won half the battle. When you’re removing a link from your wristwatch or changing the battery out, having the tools is close to 90 percent of the battle. If you have them it’s a breeze — and if you don’t, you’re going to mess up that shiny timepiece.

Kits like this one run around $34, about the cost of one link removal and a battery change, so the kit pays for itself with one or two uses. The tool set includes five screwdrivers (four regular and one Phillips), a small hammer, pop-up case opener, spring bar remover, two push pin removers, and a screw-type link remover.

Whatever the cost, it definitely beats shuffling around the mall trying to get your watch right again.

Watch Repair Tool Kit [Watch Parts USA]
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4 Responses to Watch Repair Tool Kit

  1. weldo says:

    Be careful. Isn’t this how Silar started on Heros?

  2. Chuck Cage says:

    weldo: Don’t worry — as long as you don’t actually have any powers yourself you have nothing to fear from us. 🙂

  3. Andrew C says:

    If you’re cheap like me, you can get a made-in-India set:


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