NMK-WK06 DIY Watchmaking Kit: Sakura Dress Watch
Our DIY Watchmaking Kits will have you building your own Sakura Dress Tool Black in no time. Packed with high quality watch components, this kit will include all the tools and instructions you’ll need to build your own watch. This introductory watchmaking kit is perfect for any aspiring watchmaker or anyone who loves to DIY and tinker around. You’ll be rewarded with a unique timepiece you will be proud to wear everyday!
Want to take it to the next level? All our watchmaking kits are designed with watch parts that are compatible with our huge existing catalog of designs and parts to further personalize your custom watch.
All our DIY Watchmaking Kits are powered by Seiko NH Automatic Movements, which are one of the most popular automatic mechanical movements on the market. These reliable and robust workhorse movements are used by countless watch modders and microbrands alike.
Difficulty Level: ★★★
Time Required: ~60-120min
- 38mm Case Diameter
- 46.5mm Lug to Lug Diameter
- 20mm Lug Width
- 11.25mm Thickness
- Complete Watch Components:
- Case: NMK931 Field Watch Case Bundle: Steel Finish
- Crystal: Clear AR Sapphire Crystal
- Dial: Sakura Black
- Hands: 62MAS Polished Finish
- Crown: Bundled sterile crown with pre-cut movement stem
- Movement: NH35A from SII - Hacking and Winding movement
- Strap: Pilot Leather Strap: Black
- Step-by-step instruction manual
Complete Set - Inclusive of toolkit with all the watchmaking tools required or
Parts Only - With no toolkit included, for those who already have all the required tools
Compatible with all our hands, dials, casebacks and rotors for endless personalization possibilities!
Easy procedure to create your own watch by following the instructions.
Great kit for first time builders. Instructions are ok, I needed some extra help from YouTube. Quality of the components and. Tools are great, except for the strap, that’s pretty mediocre (not bad mind you). Had a fun time building this watch.
This was my first mod and purchase. The instructions were extremely vague and I don’t think I would have succeeded if there had not been a video on YouTube that I found. I was mistaken on the items that came included and thought I was getting a couple more things that would have been useful so it could have helped to have been recommended purchasing other things along with kit. Such as movement holders and such because I would have had I known they weren’t included.
This was my first experience at DIY watch assembly, and I'm very pleased with the outcome.
A very good modding experience.