1.25x0.5" round tin with a random mix of tiny vintage gears, hands, small faces and other used genuine watch parts (for larger faces, see #44-701). Weight varies from 0.4-0.8oz. Quality and number of pieces vary considerably. Tin color will vary also. Assortment may include brass, steel and other materials.
I really did not know what to expect when I ordered these, I don't really know what I thought it would be like. The pieces I got had a good variety and with the couple of dollars I spent I have learnt so much about the Steampunk style and working with the
By Matt Bowness on 8/3/2011
This isn't a review, but I plan to order these based on the earlier review. It's the small bits I want! Smaller the better!
RE: Total waste of money
By Noryan - Rings & Things Buyer on 7/27/2011
Kathy these tins are put together from a stock pile of vintage parts and pieces that range in size and shape. Having sold thousands of these tins to happy clients you must have received a couple bottom of the barrel tins. We can gladly take the return, an
Total waste of money
By Kathy Caldwell on 7/25/2011
I ordered two containers and I would say 95% of it was waste. Pieces so small that at first thought it was dirt or dust. One very large piece in each, a few wheels but the rest JUNK! I'll return to the company that I usually order from.
High Quality Authentic Watch Parts
By Armored Hearts on 5/22/2010
I've always wanted a low cost way of creating jewelry in the Steampunk style. But who has time to go looking for REAL watch parts? I sure don't. I was plesantly surprized that they were a nice assortment of actual parts, not premade gears that emulate rea