SE JT69250 Eyeglass and Watch Repair Screws in a Convenient Revolving Organizer, 250-Piece

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  1. A. G. Jenks says:
    38 of 39 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great Collection, December 3, 2011
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    A. G. Jenks (Oregon Coast USA) –
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    This review is from: SE JT69250 Eyeglass and Watch Repair Screws in a Convenient Revolving Organizer, 250-Piece (Tools & Home Improvement)
    Great Collection of impossible to find screws. If you need one of these you’ll be glad you bought ahead.

    The watch ones are so small you can’t see what they are without magnification.

    The eyeglass ones include small tiny bolts with nuts so when your threads are stripped and can’t be fixed, you have a solution!

    Good purchace..:)

    BTW: You’ll need NON-Magnetic tweezers to handle these! Did I mention Tiny Screw Drivers?
    Both straight and phillips. I guess I did now…then there’s that tiny nut…

    Welcome to the show that never ends.

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  2. John Williamson says:
    35 of 38 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Handy for when you need a little screw…, July 15, 2012
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    John Williamson (NYC & Bucks County, PA) –
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    There are times that we all need a little screw. Sometimes we can plan ahead and take care of it, but often it will happen when we’re least expecting it. And if it has happened to you, you know exactly what I’m talking about.

    That’s where this SE 250 pc. Eyeglass and Watch Repair Screw Kit comes in handy. One of the screws was coming out of my everyday glasses, and luckily I have some jewelers’ screwdrivers, so I tightened it. Then I came online here to see if there was a better way to deal with little screws and found it.

    This 250-piece eyeglass and watch repair screw kit includes a wide variety of screws, all contained in a rotary container and broken down into sections. There are eight marked as “optical” and four marked for “watch” use, as you can see in the product illustration. And while some of them may never be used, it helps to have a handy case like this. And if you do the math, it’s a lot more cost effective than going to your local drug store and trying to locate an eyeglass repair kit, hoping that they even have it in stock. And with some of these, the screws don’t fit right, so you’ll either have it fall out again or will have stripped the threads and possibly damaged your eyeglass frames.

    Besides that, if you’ve ever walked into a drugstore or hardware store and said, “I’m looking for a little screw,” you know that you’re going to get some funny looks or a blank stare.

    This is a good kit and it’s handy, but the Product Description is in part misleading. It says that it has “nose pads thin” and the back of the box says the same, yet none exist in the kit… none at all. After going carefully through the kit (and no, I didn’t count the screws), I realized that the “nose pad thins” they were referring to in the Product Features are actually a type of screw used to fit nose pads onto some types of glasses.

    If those are what you’re looking for, these Nosepads are available; they’re made of non-slip silicone, and they work.

    There is also another kit available, the SE 250 pc. Eyeglass and Watch Repair Screw Kit, and from the Product Description and photos, both appear to be the same kit, so if either of these meet your needs, check the prices first before ordering.

    This Eyeglass and Watch Repair Screw Kit worked out well for me, but due to the fact that it didn’t have the “nose pads thin” as described due to product mislabeling, I’m knocking a point off of my recommendation. If I see in the future that they have either included nose pads, or have changed their product and box descriptions, then I’ll raise my rating. That being said, this kit is worthy of a solid 4-star recommendation, as long as you know what you’re getting… more little screws than you may ever need.

    7/15/2012

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  3. Ted Blue says:
    16 of 16 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Many screws, but all the same thread size, September 29, 2013
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    Ted Blue (San Diego, CA USA) –

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    This review is from: SE JT69250 Eyeglass and Watch Repair Screws in a Convenient Revolving Organizer, 250-Piece (Tools & Home Improvement)
    Although it is true that there are many different “screws” (actually, these are “bolts”) in this kit, virtually all of them have the same thread shaft size and thread count. The only differences are in the size of the head and the length of the screws. Also, most of these have slotted heads — there are only a few “real” screws (tapered to a point) that have Phillips heads. In the kit that I received, there were no nose pads at all, and three of the sections have nothing at all in them, although there are labels for these sections on the box cover. If you are looking for an assortment of screws with different size threaded shafts, this is not it.

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