My first watch was a Adram divers watch with a EB 8012 movement. This was a birthday present and was subsequently the first way I attempted to repair (age 11). Ironically a few years ago my brother found it and I re-furbished it as it runs great.
I have a similar one but with a cowboy! Somewhere I have a cowgirl too. It is indeed the pallet fork that gives the motion.
My first watch was a Frogger watch, followed by a first gen G Shock. Then a quartz Seiko diver, and finally got an Omega automatic just before I went to watchmaking school. I didn't want to show up with a quartz.
I wanted to add. The 0.60mm is not is in some set, but it's needed e.g. for the HS stud screw. Your watch of today may not have that screw at all, but the next could. So if you get a set that doesn't have it, get is separately. Cousins UK keeps most brands either as a set or individually so you can match them.