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I'm surprised at how economically these can be bought on Amazon, but at a loss for features to look for, stay away from. Can anybody help fill me in before I start massacring watches (mine and family members', not commercial use!) with an inadequate wrench. Many thanks in advance.
 

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Wow. Looks like a lot for the money! Thanks for the link - size doesn't matter, worked fine.
 

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If you have any questions I'm very experienced with this website, PM me if you have any questions. Keep in mind that these are chinese and may not last for 10-20 years like an european/american made wrench but it's a very simple item so perhaps it might...
 

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I have one of the (Chinese) wrenches - got it one day at the local HARBOR FREIGHT TOOLS store. The wrench is more than sturdy enough, but the removable pins are just a tiny bit too small and have a tendency to fall out if you're not careful (I use a sliver of paper as a shim to hold them in place).
If I had it to do over, I'd pay the extra $$ for the Euro or American tool.
 

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LOVE those Harbor Freight ads! Thanks for the cautionary note. That's exactly the kind of thing I was wondering about.
 

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My pleasure! :thumbup1:
 
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