Question about Watches
All screw heads in watch bracelets are usually 0.8mm - 1.30mm in diameter. In my experience screwdriver with the blade width of 1.00mm was good for unscrewing the bracelet screws in majority of cases. So, I would advise to buy a screwdriver with 1.00mm wide blade.
In case if you realize that the bracelet screws are a tiny bit smaller than your brand new screwdrivers blade - do not panic but use the sandpaper or any sharpening stone. Just a few strokes from both blade sides will reduce the width of the blade to the required size and you will be able unscrew the screws with ease.
In case if you brake the tip of the blade, use the same method as described above, just in this case reshape the blade. As the size of the blade is quite small, it is easy to do and takes very little time.
And,yes, the blade can be reshaped plenty of times, not just once or twice. In fact it can be reshaped and sharpened till you run out of metal.
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Posted on Mar 12, 2009
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