Changing bracelet on Sub300T reissued - need help

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    Changing bracelet on Sub300T reissued - need help

    HI there - I lost the screw driver that came with my Sub300T reissued. And trying to change the bracelet to rubber. I try with the 1000T's screw drivers (I have 2 of them) which are too small and too tiny to force the screw out.

    Can anyone help of the size of the screw driver to fit? Is there any tools to take out the screw other than using two SD on two sides, it is very awkward position? -thanks,

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    Mee, you don't have a set of Bergeon screwdrivers?

    It is the single best investment that will add much enjoyment to this hobby: having the right tools makes all the difference.
    And remembering to use a piece of double stick tape to hold the watch head in place while you use the two screwdrivers, an old Marathon SAR trick :)
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    Re: Changing bracelet on Sub300T reissued - need help

    well..I've never have need for them. As I found holding two SD on both hands is very awkward. Must be a tool that can make this job easier?

    Found this one for pros on Ofrei website, exactly what I'm dreaming for, but very expensive.


    And this one, wonder it will work for the lug too. Has anyone use this?


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