The loupe, often known as a magnifier, is used to examine fine marks, serial numbers, and other details that our regular eyesight would not allow us to perceive. When buying a jeweler’s loupe, pay attention to the magnification strength (a number with the symbol “X” meaning times the actual size that we would normally see). The 10x triplet loupe would be the ideal magnifier for a Rolex (three lenses placed together for precision). For more details, please click here rolex 1:1 super clone

Using a screwdriver, you can change the size of a bracelet by adding or removing links. Additionally, we advise acquiring the typical jewellers “screwdriver set,” which typically consists of six to nine screwdrivers with blade widths ranging from 0.60 (mm) to three dollars (mm). We also advise investing in higher-end screwdrivers with swivel tips for one-handed, precise use. For convenience, these sets often come in a plastic box or on a rotating stand.

Watch tweezers are used for handling and grasping incredibly tiny parts, putting screws in, and other tasks.

Swiss Pocket Knife (Swiss Army): This knife has two blades, one of which is non-threatening and designed to open watch cases and the other of which is sharp and suitable for everyday use.

For precise and minute work, use pliers and a cutter. High-end, rubber-grip stainless steel pliers are what we advise. To prevent any form of damage on these tools that might render them unsuitable for watch work, we strongly advise keeping them separate from other uses and purposes. The following list includes various plier types:

The most well-known pliers are arguably chain nose pliers. This is frequently employed to pick up fragments, bend, and coil wire. allows you to reach areas without having to put your hands at unusual angles, which would make your work much tougher.
Flat nose pliers are used for pulling, holding, straightening, bending, etc. They have flat jaws.
Round nose pliers are used to bend, coil, and loop wires. They have circular jaws.

Wires and other small pieces of metal are typically cut by cutters, sometimes known as “nippers.”

A variety of buffers, abrasive wheels, polishing cloths, and polishing compounds are included in the polishing kit.

Using a watch spring bar removal tool, the user can change the bracelets or bands by removing the springs from the bracelet. should also be the millimetre scale that is printed on the tool’s body.

All Rolex oyster cases can be opened with the “Openall” waterproof case wrench. It fits the typical bench vise and comes with 6 tempered rings. All watch sizes can be adjusted using the built-in mechanism.

Another simple tool for opening the rear of Rolex oyster cases is the case back opening wrench.

L-G “Openall” Waterproof Case Bench Tool – Has 6 knurled rings and a base-mounted adjustable case holder.

The ergonomic socket-style case back wrench from Horotec opens cases that are challenging to open.

Work Bench Table Vise – Perfect for use with the L-G “Openall” Waterproof Case Bench Tool or the Vise-Mounted Aluminum Case Holder, both of which are separately displayed on this page.

High-quality aluminium and anti-scratch adjustable nylon pins are featured in the vise-mounted aluminium case holder.

Magnifying glass with illumination is ideal for studying and enlarging small parts and objects. For easy observation and analysis, it also has an inside illumination.

Excellent equipment with smart design, the work bench magnifying lamp includes a flip-down lens cover for the magnification, a robust metal base for stability, a flexible gooseneck for simple setting, and a cool-white light to lessen eye strain and glare.

Personal ultrasonic cleaner: Uses strong ultrasonic waves to quickly clean jewellery, watches, and bracelets. use water or, alternatively, a cleaning agent.