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    Favorite watch tools?

    For those of you that have tools for working on watches. What is your favorite tool?

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    Re: Favorite watch tools?

    My lathe, my micro drill press, and my wristwatch size tap and die set...
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    Re: Favorite watch tools?

    Sometimes....

    familiaritas parit contemptum; raritate admiratione wins.- Lucius Apuleius
    est necessry, accurate ad secundo? - Lysander magna
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    Re: Favorite watch tools?

    Quote Originally Posted by lysanderxiii View Post
    Sometimes....

    LOL, now that's funny.
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    Re: Favorite watch tools?

    At this point this is mine.

    Course I did just get one of those hammers and they could take over the first chair. =)

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    Re: Favorite watch tools?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Carey View Post
    For those of you that have tools for working on watches. What is your favorite tool?

    The hand puller and various precise tweezers.

    I have a very limited supply, enough to get in trouble tho

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    Re: Favorite watch tools?

    At my age, it's this:



    The stuff that Timezone sells here are all good quality tools. Everyone interested in watches should sign up for their level 1 school and unlike me, take time to finish it.
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    Re: Favorite watch tools?

    Quote Originally Posted by k7lro View Post
    At my age, it's this:



    The stuff that Timezone sells here are all good quality tools. Everyone interested in watches should sign up for their level 1 school and unlike me, take time to finish it.
    ha, gotta get one of those. I use reading glasses, they work pretty well $3 at walgreens,,

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    Re: Favorite watch tools?

    1- caseback wrench
    2- screwdriver set
    3- watchmaker's knife
    4-tweezer set
    5- staking set.
    6- crystal press
    7- optical aids (loupe, glasses, magnifier lamp)
    8- a healthy collection of cuss words.
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    Re: Favorite watch tools?

    Before this -


    It was pretty handy

    Now these -
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