The only thing less inspiring than the name of this product is its packaging. What you’re looking at is what you get: no name, no manual, no nothing except for some cheaply made Chinese tools (and a link to the Web site Watch Material for instructions).
Then again, what do you expect for 12 bucks?
But seeing as that’s as much as many jewelers charge for resizing a watch band or replacing a battery, if you can get a couple uses out of it you’re already coming out ahead. Of the dozen or so watches I own, this kit was all I needed for all but one of my watches.
And don’t forget to pick up some cheap batteries from BatteriesAndButter.com. They sell the same Energizer cells you can buy anywhere else, but at near-wholesale prices (especially if you’re buying 1, 000 at a time!).