The Entry Level Kit features the very basic tools needed to disassemble a watch movement. A set of 4 screwdrivers with upgraded blades, a premium pair of all purpose tweezers, and a budget loupe will let you try your hand at watchmaking!
Why Marshall Chose This: You'll need screwdrivers to start your watchmaking journey, and this budget set of four is a good place to start.
The blades on these budget screwdrivers were the weak point, being made of cheaper carbon steel, so we upgraded them to premium polished steel blades.
Close up of the upgraded blades.
Tweezers become an extensions of your hands when watchmaking. I tried many budget tweezers, but just wasn't happy with them, so I decided to go with the premium #2 tweezer even for the entry level kit. If you love the hobby, you'll never get rid of these.
Why Marshall Chose This: You'll need some kind of magnification to properly work on a watch, especially while you're learning. This budget loupe will do the trick.