|Joined: ||Mon Feb 9th, 2009|
|Location: ||Girard, Ohio USA|
|the bottom is stationary bladed, and the top is your pivot point..the watch is held in that honeycomb plastic block.. settle over stationary blade.. pivot top.. bang, comes apart... and you can produce alot more torque with the setup, so its not too stressfull. at least that is how i would want it to be used haha.
ive been eyeballing the "indian" version of that tool for a while. but always pass because i can do well enough. but it is becoming time where i shoud actually own it.