jaxxx, I have not seen a complete kit that has even decent tools in it, well, maybe at ofrei but it is Bergeon and it ain't cheap.
Your best bet it to decide what tools you want and buy the pieces individually. Don't go cheap on watch tools, you will regret it, especially screwdrivers.
There are a few case back openers that don't cost much and work great. Do a search for watch tools threads in the various forums I'm sure you'll come up with plenty of ideas.
I agree with you sutton :-!
Do yourself a favor, though, and don't start tinkering with your collection. Go to a thrift store or ebay and buy a bag of junk watches to practice on. I guarantee that you will destroy the first three casebacks you try to remove, and will will crossthread the next five. Lost stems, bent hands, and thumbprints in bad places are in your future. Be patient, work slowly, and be prepared to destroy a few things early on.
me too, yesterday I went through My Xmas watch gifts and adjusted 5 watch bands, already the cheap tool paid for it self..:-!I just got a cheapie set from eBay. Worked great for bracelet adjustment The screw type pin pusher and the individual pin pushers and little hammer worked great. The spring bar tool bent on the first use. The caseback opener worked ok, but I did get some surface scratches. It is just a brass handel with two pins, one is adjustable. The scratches could have been my fault as I was distracted at the time. Haven't checked out the screwdrivers yet.
For $11-12 it will pay itself with a couple of bracelet adjustments. Better than the nail and rubber mallet that I was using before. Since its use will be limited to this and maybe a regulation, I think it will serve me fine. But I can understand why others may want something better.