Watch bracelet removal help

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    PGL
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    Watch bracelet removal help

    hello this is my first time removing a watch bracelet, I'm not sure how it works. I have attached some pictures, I want to swap bracelets Thank you in advance
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    Re: Watch bracelet removal help

    I did a google search and found tons of references that answer your question. Nothing wrong with asking, but you would get quicker answers if you did a little research yourself.

    http://www.watchbands.com/custom.aspx,,id,,2

    http://www.pmwf.com/Watches/WatchSch...ork%20tool.htm
    Lots of dive watches.

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    Re: Watch bracelet removal help

    Thanks, Eric! Those links are very helpful. Cheers, Bill P.

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    Re: Watch bracelet removal help

    Looks like a standard issue spring bar. Get yourself a Bergeon 6767-F and be done with it.

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    Re: Watch bracelet removal help

    Quote Originally Posted by RJRJRJ View Post
    Looks like a standard issue spring bar. Get yourself a Bergeon 6767-F and be done with it.

    Good advice, don't buy junk when it comes to watch tools, especially a springbar tool. You can get good stuff for a fair price if you shop around, welcome to the forum.


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