This kit features the tools to remove most casebacks, remove and replace the hands, store the hands, and remove bracelets and straps.
Why Marshall chose this: This friction case ball is used to take the caseback off of all but the most stubborn watches. Simple and economical, it’s the first place to start when trying to remove a caseback.
This Horotec case opening knife is used to remove snap on style casebacks.
These premium Horotec hand levers are primarily used to remove the hands from the watch. They feature sturdy design and polished ends to reduce the chance of scratches on the dial.
These levers are designed to gently remove the hands and feature polishing on all sides to minimize risk of damage to the dial and hands.
This plastic box has a suspended membrane made to safely hold the watch hands while you service the watch.
This Horotec hand press tool is used to safely put the hands back into place after servicing the watch.
The replaceable tips are made of Delrin, this tip is the larger one at 2mm, used mostly for the hour hands.
The replaceable tips are made of Delrin, this tip is the smaller one at 1.5mm, used mostly for the minute and seconds hands.