|09-19-2013 09:10 AM|
I only offer one Seiko type fixed pin case opener but do offer a universal case opener, which Is quite good and has been used on Sinn, IWC, Omega and even a Rolex Sub with modified caseback.
|09-19-2013 07:53 AM|
|09-19-2013 07:09 AM|
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Thanks Tiger - I see I can't send a PM until my post count reaches 5.
Also, I'd intended to start a new introductory post quoting flyinmysoup's original post!
Seems I still have much to learn here as in all things WIS related
|09-18-2013 07:58 AM|
I have been using one of these for quite some while now and i love it, beginning to show a bit of wear so will for sure invest in another.
Look on ebay or pm him on here.
|09-18-2013 07:54 AM|
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Long time lurker's first post
Hi everyone and thanks for a great forum - much knowledge, information
and wisdom here.
Apologies in advance if I haven't posted this right, but this looks just
what I need after putting a nice scratch on my SKX007's caseback during
a newbie regulation attempt. Does bry1976 hava a website or epray
shop to buy these from?
|09-17-2013 10:11 PM|
bry1975's Seiko Caseback Opener.
Just want to share that I've just taken delivery of the caseback opener that bry1975 is offering for sale. I recieved the happy looking red one.
It works like a dream, fits snugly on the caseback grooves and does the job with ease. Can't believe the difference vs using the chunky metal generic caseback opener before. I've scratched casebacks and my own hand using that one. Its going to be retired hereon.
The material used on the pins won't scratch the caseback and I'm glad I bought it.
bry1975 is great to talk to and postage is swift. I recommend anyone with a Seiko to get this wonderful tool.
Now, to get at that speck of dust in my Monster's dial...