New style Tubes and screws?

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    New style Tubes and screws?

    Hi
    I have two polluce and possibly one more on the way :)

    One thing about them is I find it very hard to change the straps using two flat blade screwdrivers.

    Just browsing abbouttime website I noticed the new style polluce have what looks like Allen head screws.

    Does anybody know if these fit the old watches?

    Thanks
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    Unfortunately, no. I tried to do the same and upgrade to the new hex lug bars, but alas Anonimo USA won't sell them and they might be just a little too big to fit the older watches.

    A few of us have tried other watch companies' lug bars, but nothing else fits well so far. You can use Seiko fat spring bars if you want easy change, but will have to live with relatively open holes where the screwheads currently go.

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    Re: New style Tubes and screws?

    Thanks for the info.
    Anonimo Polluce Gold
    Anonimo Polluce Oxpro
    Anonimo Polluce Bronze
    Anonimo Polluce SS
    Baume et Mercier Capeland XXL
    Sinn 556
    Sinn 756s
    Sinn EZM2
    Zeno deluxe moonphase

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    Re: New style Tubes and screws?

    Lemon328i - Unfortunate that there isn't more options - does the Seiko fatbars fit fairly tight/secure not damaging the lug holes on the case?

    Quote Originally Posted by Lemon328i View Post
    Unfortunately, no. I tried to do the same and upgrade to the new hex lug bars, but alas Anonimo USA won't sell them and they might be just a little too big to fit the older watches.

    A few of us have tried other watch companies' lug bars, but nothing else fits well so far. You can use Seiko fat spring bars if you want easy change, but will have to live with relatively open holes where the screwheads currently go.

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