Finally.. the Torque screw tools are available!

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    Finally.. the Torque screw tools are available!

    Anonimo Torque Screwdriver Install and Removal Tools


    See this item here; Anonimo Torque Screwdriver Install and Removal Tools anonimo-screw-install-too


    Anonimo Torque Screwdriver Install and Removal Tools. With these tools (1 set as shown in the photo) you can easily remove and install the new style Anonimo and Dino Zei screws on your watch. It is recommended to use blue lock-tite on the threads so that the screws on your watch will no loosen accidentally.



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    Re: Finally.. the Torque screw tools are available!

    Thanks Steve !
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    Re: Finally.. the Torque screw tools are available!

    I'm new to Anonimo, so forgive the novice question: I'm about to receive a used Millemetri and I bought a few straps. I think it has normal screws. Can this new system be used in lieu of the old one? That is, can I start using the new system? Or is the threading different (for example)? Looking for the easiest way to change straps, of course …
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    Re: Finally.. the Torque screw tools are available!

    Hi, like d-rock I would love to know wether it is possible
    to retro fit older models with this system. I have a mod 2000
    and I like flipping between bracelet and rubber or leather, problem
    the slots on the screws are not very deep and are now
    a bit scuffed and it seems to be impossible to buy replacements.

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    Re: Finally.. the Torque screw tools are available!

    If there is any common sense at Anonimo headquarters the newer style screws should interface perfectly with the watches that have the old screws. I highly doubt they would change the cases for the sake of the screws. But, I only have 1 anonimo so I can't be sure.

    The screws absolutely should be available for purchase without jumping through hoops. If anonimo would send a few extra to abouttime I'd purchase them.

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    Re: Finally.. the Torque screw tools are available!

    The new screws are not compatible with any Anonimos that didn't come with them. The screws stick out a few mm so unfortunately they won't work.

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    Re: Finally.. the Torque screw tools are available!

    Ok so no common sense at Anonimo then.
    Hopefully they will wake soon to the opportunity
    to make past customers happy whilst making a few
    quid.

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    Re: Finally.. the Torque screw tools are available!

    Yeah major bummer you can't use them in pre-torque screw Anonimos.... would make things A LOT easier.

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    Works and pretty well i have this setup running on some of my pieces no problems at all... a lil thing out the case as you can see but looks nice !

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    Re: Finally.. the Torque screw tools are available!

    Nice. Thats not a "few" mms, thats 1mm, if that much. Doesn't bother me. And if you change straps regularly its worth it.

    Are the screws allen head or torx ? Just wondering why the need for 90$ drivers. Micro allen and torx wrenches are easily available.

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