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Saturday, July 25, 2015

Paylak Watch Case Opener Wrench Tool For Waterproof Watches Caseback




It may be my manual dexterity but I could not make this work.  I could not get the back off of the watch.   I took the watch to the jeweler and it took him 5 seconds, 10 tops to remove the back with a different tool.  The quality of the tool seemed fine, but I could not get it to work.  In fairness to the vendor, when I returned it, within 24 hours they notified Amazon and I got a credit from Amazon for the cost of $12.95.   I was out the $4.80 return postage but they took it back without a quibble.  Btw the jeweler charged $8.50 for changing the battery and that included the battery.  It is obvious you can save money replacing the battery yourself but this didn't work for me.

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