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WATCH CASE & WATCH GLASS TOOLS • Swiss Style


Fitting: Universal with Adapter = dies fit on to the tools listed above using adaptor C0318 or C39846


Code C39292 Description Rolex Sea Dweller Holder & Die


Rolex Dies with Holder, LG Openall, U.S.A


UOM Price EACH £24.95


CASE OPENING - SNAP-ON BACKS


• Rubber pad for the watch case to rest on • Half round recesses for the crown • Case is then secured with 2 movable supporting jaws • Super controlled blade movement with an extended screw in motion


• Spare blade for Greiner case back opener “Timoknack” (C47917)


• Swiss made • Greiner 38000


See PDF for full details Code


C47917 C47918


Opening a watch case is a fundamental skill that anyone dealing in watches, be it repairs and services or simple battery changes, needs to have. However, by not using the right tools and techniques, it is easy to damage a watch case, which would obviously make your customers’ very unhappy.


Opening your watch case can be easy, all you need is a watch case opener and case holder. Here is our large selection and variety of press fit, snap on watch case back type openers. You will surely be able to find one to suit you and your methods of working.


Case Back Tool - LG Openall Rolex - Made in U.S.A


A compact case opener of robust construction with cast aluminium frame finished in blue/grey enamel. Designed to be held in the bench vice or the screw to the bench base. Specially suitable for effortless opening of all Rolex style watch cases. Supplied with 6 tempered knurled dies which interlock perfectly with the case back.


The central threaded shaft, fitted with the appropriate die is screwed down on the watch. The integral spring ensures a firm uniform pressure. Nothing can slip, slide or jump. The torsion bar is then used to provide enough leverage to open the most stubborn case back. The built-in adjustable case holder grips all sizes of watches.


• Designed to be held in a bench vice • Specially suitable for effortless opening of all Rolex style watch cases


• Supplied with 6 tempered knurled dies • Diameters: Ø18.00, 20.00, 22.50, 26.50, 23.80, 29.50mm (dimensions are the outside edge of the teeth diameter)


• Weight: 590g • Made in USA


Use in conjunction with the LG master wrench (C0334) to open case backs other than Rolex. Simply insert the pin supplied into the shaft of the Openall which will then fit to the wrench. The wrench can then be held firmly and snugly in place in slots in case backs by


screwing the Openall down. Code


Description C0315


C55603 C20987 C20986 C0315A C7052 C7053 C7844


Rolex LG Openall, U.S.A Case Holder for LG Opener Ø18mm Oyster Die Ø20mm Oyster Die Ø22.5mm Oyster Die Ø26mmm Oyster Die Ø28mmm Oyster Die Ø29mmm Oyster Die


UOM Price EACH £71.95


EACH EACH EACH EACH EACH EACH EACH


£6.95 £6.50 £6.50 £6.50 £6.50 £6.50 £6.50


The most advanced and professional watch case snap on back opener on the market. The Greiner Timoknack can open all watch cases with push on/snap on case backs. Its ergonomic & specialised design makes it great for any especially tough job or for continuous use in the busy workshop. The expert construction design attaches great importance to opening of the case backs without damaging the case.


How to use: 1. Turn the watch case over in your hands so the glass is facing down, or if appropriate depending on the watch style, place in a case holder.


2. Find the slot or opening groove around the edge of case back for the placement of the case opener. (Run the edge of a fingernail around the full circumference of the case back to feel for the grooves as they may not be easily seen). 3. Place the blade of the case opener into the slot or groove that you have located on the watch back. 4. Pry up on the case back with the blade of the case opener until the back pops off. 5. Do not use excessive force either when lifting the case back off or pressing it back on, this may cause damage to the case or even the movement inside 6. Make sure the seal (gasket) is in good condition (if it has one) before you replace the case back. This will better protect your watch against water intrusion than trying to press it back on as tightly as you can get it.


Bench Top Case Opener, Greiner


Description


Greiner Timoknack Watch Holding Case Opener


Greiner Timoknack Blade UOM Price


EACH £475.00 EACH £26.95


Bench Top Case Openers


Case Back Opening Tools - Snap On Watch Case Backs


For easy removal of the tightest of snap on case backs. Accurate postioning of the case opening blade coupled with a steady smooth screw in action of the blade provides successful case opening every time.


• Proffessional Choice • No Risk of Injury • Controlled & Safe • Suitable for Semi Skilled Personnel


A*F Swiss Watch Holding Case Opener


A*F Swiss


• Reinforces the professional watchmaker’s hands and opens the watch more reliably than a hand held blade


• Cover and case are protected, so the opening of the case can also be carried out by semi-skilled personnel


• Perfect for battery exchange service • No risk of injury • Plastic body


Code C9865 Description


A*F Swiss Watch Holding Case Opener


A*F Swiss Blade • For Tool reference C9865


UOM Price EACH £54.95


Code C9865A


Description A*F Swiss Blade


UOM Price £6.75


EACH


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