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    `HI guys,

    I've recently been getting into mechanical and automatic watches and I love them. I don't have anything expensive just like to collect and marvel at their movements. Now the cheap quartz watches are generally screwed down by screws or the case is just a press on. I've noticed that the mechanical watches have the entire case screwed down. I don't have any tools to open them and perhaps change their accuracy because right now they're out of whack. Can anyone point me to where I can buy a set of watch tools for a reasonable price? Thanks.

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    Re: Watch Tools

    There are so many places to buy watch tools, I recommend using "Google" search to choose your dealer. BTW, in the area of watch tools, you generally get what ypu pay for.

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    www.ofrei.com
    www.findingking.com
    www.watchbasics.com
    www.thewatchprince.com


    All that found in a 5 second Google search. Actually, it was .21 seconds.
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    Re: Watch Tools

    Quote Originally Posted by valvestem View Post
    There are so many places to buy watch tools, I recommend using "Google" search to choose your dealer. BTW, in the area of watch tools, you generally get what ypu pay for.
    Quote Originally Posted by watch-man7777 View Post
    www.ofrei.com
    www.findingking.com
    www.watchbasics.com
    www.thewatchprince.com


    All that found in a 5 second Google search. Actually, it was .21 seconds.
    Thanks guys. I know I could find it on Google, but I thought some watch enthusiasts may know the best place to get these. I

    'm specifically looking for a multi-function tool that can unscrew a caseback.

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    Re: Watch Tools

    And by the way guys I did do a google search now and it wasn't informative at all. There's a lot of stuff from ebay and such, but nothing concrete.

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    To open one case back you need one tool. I you have more case backs to open you will need more tools tool. Have a look at Bergeon, imho they offer the best tools. But I doubt they are "reasonable" priced. OFREI would be my first site to look for.

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