Loupe of the Watchmaker's Knife
This Knife is a great Allrounder
I had inspected this knife in 2001 during my trip to Switzerland already and found it to be quite fragile. But during the last year, my watch tool demands have grown considerably. I bought less new watches, thus I played a lot more with my watches in my collection. I guess, this watchmaker's knife makes a lot of sense as a starter kit for an ambitious WIS (Watch Idiot Savant). I found the watchmaker's tool especially useful when it came to sizing bracelets. The integrated Bergeon tools are easy to use and high quality. The only disadvantage (or portability compromise) is that putting the tools back into the little tool compartments is not that convenient. The good news is that Bergeon stocks the watch tools and you can actually buy spares in case you lost or broke one.