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Strangely enough, The Doris has a number of watches that need batteries, so I had a look at this kit. Interesting write ups on what each tool is used for.




Feet to open the table key (use: Open the bottom cover and tighten the screws bud directly aligned with the tool in front of the bottom cover the gap of two feet turn right direction switch. You can easily open the watch case back.)

Open base knife (use: press the bottom of the watch for the bottom cover must be one of the tools used, pry the end of knife.)

Split strap device (use: If your watch is new, then removed when the strap is the most convenient to use.)

Ear Health grant (use: dedicated to dismantling strap watch cases and students between the ears, or belt of Health ears the most methods.)

Red Clamp (use: assembly and disassembly is inevitable to use the pliers watches, such as the demolition of strap in the starting folder to folder, pins, etc..)

Folding plastic seat strap (use: demolition watch chain, will watch chain sandwiched plastic seat racks. Very easy to load or open the strap.)

Screwdriver (use: for internal assembly and disassembly machines use.)

Rubber hammer (use: split strap installed after the hairpin, etc., when used for tapping.)

King fell (use: If your watch band is too tight or too just bought a strip, you must bring it fell smaller.)

Sharp tweezers (Use: Some folders and other small accessories and spare parts, etc.)
 

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Looks like a useful little set, I'd be intersted to see how good the quality is for something that cheap.

Can't work out if the descriptions are supposed to be funny or it's all been translated through several different languages, what does

Ear Health grant (use: dedicated to dismantling strap watch cases and students between the ears, or belt of Health ears the most methods.)

actually mean?
 

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This is hilarious, I didn't get any instructions so it's lucky you found these, now I'm much the wiser. :S
 
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