Spring bar size for paw2000t (urgent)
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    Spring bar size for paw2000t (urgent)

    Hey guys.

    Started the 2 hour drive to nearest watch repair place (yay northern Canada) and stupidly realized I forgot my protrek paw2000t at home

    I am going because I lost the spring bar for the clasp when I took it apart. To be clear the spring bar is the one used for the fine bracelet size adjustment in the clasp.

    Does anyone know what size I can tell the guy so I can just buy it and bring it home ? 3/4 of
    the way there so quick help would be hugely appreciated. Pacparts just says "spring rod" with no details.

    Thanks !!

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    Re: Spring bar size for paw2000t (urgent)

    If anyone even had a similar sized watch or couldmeasure theirs that would help

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    Re: Spring bar size for paw2000t (urgent)

    Appears to be the same size as the 3000t 5000t 2500t 3100t etc.

    Can an anyone measure the inside diameter for their clasp where the fine adjust is ? I'm here now just waiting hoping someone comes through!!

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    Re: Spring bar size for paw2000t (urgent)

    The spring bar for fine adjustment on my 1500T is 18mm. Should be the same for yours.

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    Re: Spring bar size for paw2000t (urgent)

    Ask them for an assortment of sizes if you can't find the exact one. Probably going to be between 18 and 20, but spring bars are cheap so they should be able to hook you up.

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    Re: Spring bar size for paw2000t (urgent)

    Ya that's what I needed up doing. Got 17 18 and 19mm

    18 seemed to be perfect. Thanks for the help everyone ! Appreciate it.
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    Re: Spring bar size for paw2000t (urgent)

    A two hour drive for spring bars?
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    Re: Spring bar size for paw2000t (urgent)

    Quote Originally Posted by Rocat View Post
    A two hour drive for spring bars?
    The vagaries of small town living in the Great White North against a Saturday travel deadline to Mexico !
    "watchuseek" ... From a lost indigenous dialect ... meaning ... "Bet you can't buy just one !!!"

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    Re: Spring bar size for paw2000t (urgent)

    Yup! Exactly. I live in northern Canada. The nearest town with a watch repair place was 2 hours away :( If I had no deadline I would have just ordered them.
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