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TRIXES 16 Piece Watch Repair Kit Set & Wrist Strap Adjust Pin Tool Kit Back Remover Fix


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  • 16 Watch Repair Tools
  • Includes: Link Removal Tool, Watch Case Opener, Soft Work Pad, Double Headed Hammer (nylon/steel), Case Opener Knife, Fine Nosed Tweezer, Plier, Spring Bar Tool & Link Pin Punch and Screwdrivers.
  • High Quality & Durable
  • Ideal for any Watch Enthusiasts
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Product Specifications

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Brand Name TRIXES
Model number TRIXES
Part Number KIT _-
Model Year 2011

Product details

  • Boxed-product Weight: 358 g
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  • Item model number: TRIXES
  • ASIN: B004W2RU9G
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 11 April 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (303 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 261 in Watches (See Top 100 in Watches)
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Product Description

TRIXES 16 Piece Watch Repair Kit Set & Wrist Strap Adjust Pin Tool Kit Back Remover Fix

No more expensive watch repairs from the local jewellers. Fix it yourself with this 16 piece tool kit for watches. It includes tools for changing the battery and adjusting the wrist strap.

16 Watch Repair Tools

Includes: Link Removal Tool, Watch Case Opener, Soft Work Pad, Double Headed Hammer (nylon/steel), Case Opener Knife, Fine Nosed Tweezer, Plier, Spring Bar Tool & Link Pin Punch and Screwdrivers.

High Quality & Durable

Ideal for any Watch Enthusiasts

Contents

1 x Watch Repair Tool Kit

Customer Reviews

4.1 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By KM #1 HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWER on 8 Dec. 2012
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I bought this watch repair kit to take a few lnks out of this watch I was bought from here Seiko SND449P1 Men's Titanium Chronograph Watch

I did take it to some chap calling himself Mr Watch or Dr Watch or something and he wanted thirty quid to take a few links off. I thought i'd give it a go myself. Had a quick look on here and found this little watch kit at what I can only describe as a bargain price for the money it saved me!

There's loads of useful items in here like tiny screwdrivers and needle point pliers, clamps, back removal tools, spring pin removal tools nd such but all I wanted was the link removal tool.

The tools in this kit are not top spec by any means and have a bit of bend in them during use but they can get the job done as long as you know what you're doing. I needed to remove a few links from the Seiko bracelet and did not have a clue until I just searched how to remove links from Seiko watch bracelet. . .and hey presto! I watched a video a few times and did the job in about ten mins just taking my time. There was no fiddly bits as the pin locking mechanism on these Seiko bracelets is spot on and simple to take apart and put back together as long as you have the correct tool, which is in this kit thankfully.

If you're thinking of doing this just search the net for how to do it for your specific watch. There's loads of videos and advice out there to help you and it's easy once you know how!

I also removed the back off my lads Kahuna watch which has a wide leather strap across it that doesn't come off but I got it done and battery changed with this little kit. I cannot believe what we're beng charged when you can do it yourself. But be sure you know what you're doing first and this watch kit will pay for itself on it's first use probably.

Highly recommended.
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33 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Dale C. Denton on 19 Jan. 2012
I really do like my watches, have about 20 in total, some of which are quite expensive. Problem is I'v about 17 of these that want new batteries. No way taking them to jewellers and pay £100+. So decided to buy this little kit. If it only does the job twice then it's paid for itself and no harm done. Done half of the watches already, yeh the tools arn't quality, and yeh the're a bit bendy sometimes ( screwdrivers ),and yeh the knife for snap on backs doesn't fit ( too thick ), but the hammers bang on, and after a few taps on the bendy drivers it prises open the backs. The spring pin and fixed pin tools are fit for purpose, be carefull with the screw on back removing tool, as it does tend to slip if not enough downward pressure is applied. I have though ordered the Jaxa type three pronged tool for this job which hopefully does a cleaner job. All in all am pleased that 8 watches now have batteries in, and when the other cheap as chips batteries arrive ( ordered from Amazon ), so will the rest. So yeh I'M HAPPY, might walk round like a Tennerife watch seller, "because I can "
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Antoine Camilleri HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWER on 7 Feb. 2014
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With such a low price, anyone could be easily tempted to buy of this 16 piece repair kit. Yet you have to take into account is the price of the watch you intend to work on. Keep in mind that the tool set is "not an end in itself, yet a means to an end"

It is like buying a cheaply priced 3 ton hydraulic jack. Whilst that may sound great, you might get undesirable results if the jack leaks whilst lifting a 300kg weight.

The case remover (for battery replacement) can scratch the watch back. Many more expensive quality case removers have numerous different sets of plugin nibs specifically designed to fit various cases. Apart from that they usually have three case grip feet. I have also seen this procedure done using what looks like a rubber ball, which is specifically designed for the job.

The snap on case remover is no good for opening such watches. I use this tool to open letters not watches!!

The link remover is very cheap too, and mine got twisted on my first project. Many link removers have different sized pins, and replacement parts can be readily found.

So we are left with a plastic box with odd shapes which is meant to remove links (should be rubberised), worthless screw divers, a tweezers and a few bits and bobs which are of little use.

If you really care for your watch, than take it to an authorised watchmaker and tell them that you will hold them accountable for any damage.

Yet, if like me, you have numerous watches, then invest in some quality tools. I have spent around 45 euro on watch maintenance equipment, and whilst it may seem relatively expensive, I do not have to worry about scratching the watch face or back when changing batteries thanks to the padded/rubberised materials.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Ace reviews on 24 May 2013
Having just bought a new watch I needed the watch strap resized. Timpsons wanted £8 for this which probably would take someone experienced under 5 minutes to do.

Anyway I bought this from Babz on the Bay for £3.85 delivered and it arrived the next day - they are an excellent retailer so highly recommend them.

I watched a few videos on Youtube which helped familiarise me with the various tools. In the end I only needed the watch strap holder, push pins and hammer which I have pictured and uploaded here.

WATCH STRAP ADJUSTMENT.

Most watches have arrows on the back of the watch bracelet. This is the direction that the pins come OUT. Put the watch in the watch strap holder as pictured in customer images and either use one of the push pins by hand or you may need to use the hammer.

Refitting is just the reverse procedure. The BLUE tool also does this pin removal but I find it easier to use the watch strap block.

For under £4 delivered now I can adjust most of my watch bracelets without having to fork out so I consider this a bargain.

One minor criticism is that none of the tools was small enough to remove the spring pin from the fine adjustment on my bracelet. No problem as I just used a normal pin.

Another bit of common sense advice is to do any adjustments on a table and put a plain cloth - I used a pillowcase in the picture as if you do this over a carpet and the spring pin goes flying you won't have much chance of finding it again.

Highly recommended.
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