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On this page you will find a list of many of the consumables and equipment I use in my watchmaking and case restoration. Most of which you will see me use in my YouTube videos.

If you are just starting out on your watchmaking / tinkering  journey it is important to buy the right tools from the beginning.  As the saying goes, buy cheap buy twice.  I have learnt this lesson the hard way too.  I know we are all on a budget and that starting out it can seem quite daunting because you need quite a few basics.  Here I have compiled a list of tools that I recommend purchasing.  Most of the tools on this page I own and use personally which is why I would recommend. For the ones I do not own I have selected carefully based on my experience of value for money. 

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Tools

Bergeon Movement Holder 4040

Bergeon is the name you can trust in watchmaking tools. This movement holder is widely used by watchmakers and hobbyists alike.  It is important to have a good quality movement holder to avoid mishaps in clamping or the movement moving whist working on it.  The Bergeon 4040 will fit movements from 22 – 47mm (7/8″ x 1.580″)  in diameter. Simple yet well built this tool will be the workhorse of your bench. 

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Bergeon 6767-SF Springbar Tool

Another essential tool and one that you should not scrimp on quality. I have learnt the hard way that cheap springbar tools just don’t last. This Bergeon tool is excellent as the ends are made from good quality steel so they stand up to the job better.  What is also a great feature is that the ends are interchangeable and replaceable. Damage an end and it costs little to replace.  This one is the fine ended one, there is also a wider ended version but I just recommend buying that attachment separately. Links are below.

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Optivisor

Having good magnification to work on watches is essential, loupes and eye glasses are great and service their purpose but I found that this very optivisor to be the best all rounder.  The biggest benefit to this is that by wearing it you have both hands free which is really important.  This comes with a powerful led light on the top which you can direct to what you are working on. Detachable lenses make it very useful for most areas of work. This is affordable and in my opinion essential, you will also end up using it for many other non watchmaking tasks! 

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Bergeon Screwdriver Set

It is very important to use good quality tools and especially screwdrivers. Why? well let me tell you.  Good screwdrivers mean more control and less slipping on screw heads which is not desirable as you can scratch your movement or worse slip and damage the hair spring!  Bergeon are some of the best in the business, yes they are pricey but you will only ever have to buy once.  You can also buy replacement heads and a sharpening tool if you so desire.  I highly recommend this brand.

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Beginner Tweezers Set

You have to start somewhere right?  I started out with a similar set of tweezers to these. Whilst I would always recommend buying the best you can afford if you are just starting out sets like these I believe are sufficient to get you started. You can pay big money for tweezers but if you start with a budget set you figure out which shape and feel you like best, you can then upgrade to a higher quality for more precision.  I only use 2 types.

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Brass Tweezers

Brass tweezers are really important for certain applications.  As brass is softer than steel you are less likely to scratch components through poor handling.  I use brass for the installation of balance bridges and train wheel bridges where scratching could look unsightly and not desirable.   Just remember that brass is soft so these tweezers can bend easily.

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Dumont 44501 Tweezers

Dumont brand is in my opinion the best in the business.  They are expensive but you get quality for the money you spend.  These are fine ended tweezers that are long 130mm which I actually prefer.  They have a coating which prevents static so if you are working on a digital this is important.

 

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Dumont 3C Tweezer

Dumont are an excellent brand.  You get what you pay for and I can assure you these are high quality and will last you a long time. Always take care of the ends and try not to drop them.   The 3c  size is a good all rounder tweezer that will quickly become your best friend.  Quality tweezers reduce the amount of “ping” moments so are a worthy investment.

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Rodico

Every watch tinkerer / watchmaker has this and it is a necessity. This has 100’s of uses from picking up small or sensitive parts to wiping up oil, removing dust and fingerprints.  I use it allot on dials to remove dust particles before replacing back into the watch case.  

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Watch Hand Remover

This tool speaks for itself really, removes the hands off a watch with relative ease. You should always use some thin plastic or paper between the tool and the watch dial to protect it. You can purchase proper shims to do this but I cannot find a link for them.  Tool is simple and effective at a very affordable price indeed.

 

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Hand Pusher

To accompany the hand removing tool it is best to have a tool that you use to place the hands back onto the movement. This tool again is simple and effective. The skill is lining the hands in position on the watch. This tool you just use to gently push onto the watch. It can be used on both ends depending on what size you need for the watch / clock you are working on.  Inexpensive and a great necessity in your toolbox. 

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Caseback Opening Kit

This great little kit comes with all the tools  you need to open most watch casebacks. The knife is useful for non screwed backs but remember always to open very carefully as one slip and you could quite easily damage the coil or other components. I have seen many a broken watch because of this.  There is a watch case holder that with arrangement of pins can fit most watches unless extremely large. These are useful because allot of screwbacked watches can be very tight so using the vice gives you more control and better purchase on the caseback for removal with the remaining caseback tool in this kit. 

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Watch Press Set

You can’t go wrong with a basic set like this and to be honest as much as I upgraded to a “better” press I still come back to this one allot as I have a better and more controlled feel of the pressure I am using. This kit comes with a set of nylon dies that are reversible meaning they have two sizes to each die.  You can use these for pressure fit watch crystals, pressure or click fit casebacks and bezels plus inner rings that hold some crystals in place from inside the watch case.  If your on a budget or just starting out I highly recommend something like this. 

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Blower

Another important tool, a dust blower.  When working on watches dust, hair and other particles are your enemy as these can settle into your clean movement and ruin all your hard work. using one of these you can at least lessen the risk of settlement in your movement.  A cheap tool but one you would use at every bench visit. 

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Fibreglass Pen

These pens are made from fine fibreglass strands and are mildly abrasive. I use these solely for cleaning circuit boards on LCD / Digital watches. I dip the pen in alcohol and rub on the board.  The do leave lots of fibres which do need to be cleaned off afterwards.   Again a very useful tool!

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Brass Baskets 

These little brass baskets are ideal for cleaning all your small components in the ultrasonic so they don’t get lost.  Ideal for train wheels, pallet forks, jewels and chatons.  If your working on digital watches these are excellent for pushers and crowns.   So wide range of uses at a good price with a product that is very durable. 

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Small Jars

These jars are very useful for washing parts in cleaning fluid like the IPA alcohol or Essence of Renata what are lower down on this page.  These cleaning liquids are expensive and evaporate quickly. Using jars like this keeps your usage to a minimum and because they are air tight you can store the liquid for more than one use. 

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Eclipse Pin Vice Set

Eclipse pin vice are the best out there in my opinion, I have tried the very cheap ones on eBay but they just dont do the job as well as these.  Ideal for crown and stem work or for holding barrel arbours to fit. I also use them to hold digital watch pushers when I polish them.  Many uses for these useful tools. 

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Neodymium Magnet 

Neodymium magnets are super strong! this one is 60mm in diameter.  A magnet is ideal for finding lost screws and other components that may have gone flying off your tweezers! Save your knees and get one of these…. 

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Finger Cots 

These are essential! not important when stripping a watch movement down before cleaning but when you are rebuilding or just working on your watches these finger cots will prevent contamination of the parts with your own natural oils that can mark with finger prints which given time will turn to rust.  It is good practice to use these when working on watch movements. 

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Watch Movement Cover & Tray 

Really useful for working on both mechanical and digital watches.  Speaks for itself really keep your parts handy and dust free while storing or working on your watch. 

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Storage Pots 

These little plastic screw top pots are ideal to store parts in.  I keep spare parts, screws gaskets and all kinds in these type of jars.  Very useful. 

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Pegwood 

This wood is used in the industry for cleaning parts, great for hard to reach places or old dried on oil . Has many uses and can be cut or sharpened easily. I actually use a pencil sharpener to make a point on this.

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Loupe x30 x60

 

This is an affordable loupe that has two magnifying ranges. Handy for quick inspection of dials and other parts. Also good for on the go.  Has a handy LED light which in my experience is essential.

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Watch Oilers 

If you are going to service a watch and learn how to oil the parts you will need a set of oilers.  Bergeon oilers are from a brand you can trust.  They may be more pricey but the quality is to be seen giving them longer life. This is a good set and all you will really need. 

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Moebius 8000

This is a basic watch oil, if you are just starting out in the hobby and don’t want to spend a fortune on watch oils then this is the solution to this. When I started all I used was this oil on practically every part that needed it. The only difference is its not synthetic so in theory your watch would need servicing sooner.  To get you up and running this is a good oil to start with, Moebius is a top brand and this one very affordable. 

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Moebius 9010 

This is the oil most watchmakers and hobbyists alike use (I also use this). Its a synthetic oil and used for pivots, jewels and most friction areas.  Remember that less is more when it comes to oiling.  One bottle of this will last you years.  

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Moebius D5 

Moebius D5 oil is thicker than the 9010 and used on high friction parts, keyless works & cannon pinion. I use is on my barrel arbours and reduction wheel pivots.  Again like all things watchmaking this stuff is pricey. I have known people to buy a bottle and separate into smaller bottles and sell some to regain some of the outlay. 

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Dial Protector

You use these dial protectors when you want to remove hands safely from a watch so you don’t scratch the dial. Thin enough to slip under most hands this is something that is well worth the small price. You only have to scratch one dial to know how important these are (I speak from experience)

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Spring Bar Set 

I use this set personally, a good size range of assorted springbars.  I have not had one failure with these although I ran out of the popular sizes due to the amount of projects I do!  for the money they are well worth having.

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Hand Levers 

Here is a set of hand levers if you prefer to remove hands with this tool. I have a set and sometimes use them on hands that seem stubborn to my other hand removing tool.  Of course you can find other uses for these too like removing batteries from quartz watches for instance.

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Equipment

Timegrapher 1000

This machine is used to set the accuracy of a watch movement. An excellent purchase for anyone in the hobby or a collector of watches that wants to check / set their watches timekeeping.  In basic terms this machine listens to the watches tick tock and calculates that accuracy and displays on a graph in the display by ways of +/- seconds per day how much the timing is fast or slow.  Amplitude which is the degrees of travel the balance spins showing how healthy the movement is.  It then shows Beat error which is the minute  (small) difference the impulse jewel on the balance is lined up with the pallet fork.  These tiny differences add up when its beating for instance at 18,000 beats per hour.  A well worth investment on an item that will hold its value on the second hand market too. 

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Ultrasonic Cleaner 

I can highly recommend this ultrasonic cleaner as it is one I use myself in my watch part cleaning. I have actually done a video of this machine also which you can watch here: Ultrasonic Review 

What is good about this machine is that it has a long and adjustable heater and timer.  I have used cheaper ones but they just don’t last or have the features this one brings.  This is also available in a larger 3 litre capacity. 

Link  2.0 Ltr (UK) Amazon.co.uk  https://amzn.to/2BGsF70

Link 3.0 Ltr (UK) Amazon.co.uk  https://amzn.to/2DKUQ4I

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AmScope SE306R-P Microscope

This is the microscope I use and I can say that it opens up a whole another level to your watch tinkering / watchmaking!  things you thought were clean before a scope soon show that they require more work.  This also make oiling easier and placement of critical parts like the pallet fork significantly easier.   Scope comes with a down-light and if you remove the disc an up-light (which I don’t use for watchmaking but its good for kids to look at leaves etc)  magnification is x20 or x40 but you will spend most of your time in x20. I cannot recommend this scope (or other variants on this page) enough! 

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Boom Arm AmScope

If I was to upgrade my scope this is what it would be to. Reason is simple, it has the main features you need as the AM306  which is x20 magnification and a light however due to the boom arm you have more depth to work in meaning you can work under this more than the other, tightening screws etc will be allot easier.  In hindsight if I had seen this model before buying mine this would have been the one I would have gone for. If you are considering a microscope for watchmaking then paying the extra money for this one would be a wise decision. 

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AmScope with Camera

This is an interesting microscope as it is the same as the first one only with an addition of a USB camera (can be removed) Ideal if you want to film your work for your records, or social media to show a problem or a solution.  I film allot for my YouTube channel however I use a holder for my mobile phone which I will also link to on this page. 

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Phone Holder for Microscope

This is a simple holder I use on my scope when I want to film or take photos,  can be a bit fiddly to get it set right but it becomes very useful if you want to share your work or photos for questions on social media, watch forums or other communities.  A nice investment if you don’t want to spend what a USB camera would cost. 

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AmScope USB Camera 

This item speaks for itself. Its the official camera for the microscopes on this page.  I have no personal experience with this item however it does get some good reviews on Amazon and the internet.  

Other resolutions are available at a higher price. 

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Demagnetizer 

This little device is another essential tool if you are wanting to work on mechanical watches.  This will demagnetise your screw drivers, tools and most importantly your watch parts!  I have found many part on a watch I am servicing magnetised which will make the watch run poorly and generally out of time. Also hair springs are susceptible to magnetism so it is good practice to demag most / all of your parts as part of the service regime. 

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Budget Ultrasonic Cleaner

If you want to just clean your bracelets, household items or your first watch movement then this is good for occasional use. I had one of these to start with but due to my increasing needs I upgraded.  It is a decent cleaner for the price and I have also done a review of this one that can be found here: Ultrasonic Review

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Rotary Tool

This is a very versatile tool to use in combination to some of the products I highlight in the consumables section of this page.  I have used this very same tool for years for some of my case finishing and polishing.  With the right attachments this can work very well indeed. it has varied speed settings and comes with quite a few tools that can be very useful. There is also a link on this page to a clamp you can use for this tool on your workbench. 

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Tool Clamp 

This is the tool clamp for the rotary tool, can be useful for other tools such as a drill for other non related watch tasks. 

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Watch Box 

I have quite a few of these 24 grid boxes. Great for your collection, trust me it does not take long to fill them! 

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Desk Lamp

Good lighting is very important when working on watches. This light is the best I can find for a realistic price offers good lighting and adjustable to how you like it.   Remember lighting makes the work easier! 

 

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Bench Lamp & Magnifier 

Two items for the price of one!  not only gives you good directed light but x5 magnification also.  

 

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Consumables 

Essence Of Renata

This product is designed to clean and decrease hair springs however I use it to wash practically every part as is does an excellent job of cleaning old hard grease. Only use on metal parts as it can strip plating & Paint. It is quite pricey for the size however use sparingly and with the jars I list above to maximise the longevity of the product. 

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IPA Isopropanol Alcohol

Another necessity,  I use this on watch parts after using the Renata as the alcohol will leave a clear shiny finish so is the last wash.  I also use it allot on circuit boards in modules of digital watches combined with the fibreglass brush listed above.  Good all round product to have near your workbench. 

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SeaClean2 

This cleaner is designed for an ultrasonic that is a totally natural product. It does a great job of removing grease, dirt and grime and in some instances rust too.  Like the Renata you have to be careful to mix weak, to strong and it will strip plating off.  I use this product only to clean watch cases and bracelets that are normally solid stainless steel.  You will not believe the colour of the water after a 20 minute hot wash on a 30 year old watch bracelet.

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High Temperature Heat Resistant Tape

This tape is extremely good if you want to do any polishing to watch cases.  Use this to protect areas that you don’t want to polish or for protecting edges so you don’t over polish and round them off.  Tape has very high heat resistance so will hold in place when you need it to. Also very adhesive which it needs to be.  

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Assorted Wet & Dry Paper 

This is a very comprehensive pack of wet & dry paper from 120 -3000 grit which is more than I actually have! granted these are narrower strips but a little goes a long way with this product. 

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Mirka Hand Pads 

This product is the same type of material as Scotchbite which is a trade name for the 3M product.  I only ever use Mirka as its affordable and of high quality.  I work in the abrasives industry so can assure you this is good stuff. 

The Maroon is very fine and the grey is ultra fine.  Really good for brushed finishing, see some of my YouTube videos on case restorations to see it in action.

Link 

https://amzn.to/2BS39vq

Diamond Lapping Paste

This paste has fine diamond particles within a compound.  from 0.5 – 10 micron ( 0.005mm – 0.010mm ) this is ideal on watch cases and crystals.  I use it allot on acrylic crystals. It will make inroads on hardened glass crystals but it is hard work on glass like any product would be. 

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Polywatch 

This is a fantastic product for removing all scratches from acrylic crystals, most watches before 1970 were acrylic so any of your vintage watches this stuff will make your crystals look like new!  use the paste with some cotton wool and a bit of effort on your part.  results in a matter of minutes!

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Dialux Compound 

Dialux is a polishing compound that you can use on watch cases and bracelets to improve and brighten the finish. There are many colours each doing a different job. I have listed a few of the main ones here. 

Green  Compound recommended for bright polishing of hard alloys such as platinum,

white gold, chrome, chrome cobalt and stainless steel. Ideal with a soft attachment, cotton mop. 

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Dialux Compound 

Dialux is a polishing compound that you can use on watch cases and bracelets to improve and brighten the finish. There are many colours each doing a different job. I have listed a few of the main ones here. 

Blue – All-purpose compound for all types of metal.

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Dialux Set 

Here is a good little selection that comprises of a bar of compound for a wide range of metals. The listing itself shows what all the colours are for.  Ideal!

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Felt Pad Set 

This is a good comprehensive set of felt pads (Bobs) that are used on a rotary tool. They come with the screw thread mandrills.  Use these in combination with some polishing compound to achieve fantastic results quickly. See some of my case restoration videos on my channel to see them in action. 

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Stitched Cotton Mops 

These are the next mop / wheel to use after a felt wheel. Stitched mops are softer than felt but still hard enough for the next step of polishing. 

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Cotton Wheels 

If your polishing cases or bracelets then you will need these also. felt bobs are hard and ideal for the first cut but afterwards you should use the stitched and then with a finer compound you need to use a softer material. These layered cotton wheels are what you need.  

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Soft Cotton Wheels

Exactly what they say they are soft wheels. Use these with the finest grade of compound and as your last polish as these will bring the highest lustre for the most desirable finish. Be warned they can be messy when spinning at first as the cotton is quite dusty! 

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