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    Off topic Regarding tools for straps

    Hey guys,

    I have a strap for my 600T-Graph, and I want to get rid of the bracelet and put on the rubber DOXA strap.

    What I was wondering is, what's the spring bar tool size or whatever that you guys use to take off the bracelet that's on there?

    Thanks,
    Tony.
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    Re: Regarding tools for straps

    Quote Originally Posted by CityMorgue View Post
    Hey guys,

    I have a strap for my 600T-Graph, and I want to get rid of the bracelet and put on the rubber DOXA strap.

    What I was wondering is, what's the spring bar tool size or whatever that you guys use to take off the bracelet that's on there?

    Thanks,
    Tony.
    I use a tool just like one of these. I can't remember for sure which level of quality I got, but it was from Ofrei. I use the small side fork, not the large size.

    HTH

    http://www.ofrei.com/page252.html
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    Re: Regarding tools for straps

    Quote Originally Posted by jclevoy View Post
    I use a tool just like one of these. I can't remember for sure which level of quality I got, but it was from Ofrei. I use the small side fork, not the large size.

    HTH

    http://www.ofrei.com/page252.html
    Or just do what I do, and jam the tip of the screwdriver that comes with it, into the slot to compress and free the spring-bar. I haven't scratched one yet.
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    Re: Regarding tools for straps

    For Doxa 600t graph - which other rubber strap suits the watch aside from the one on doxa accesories.

    Does the rubber straps need to be curved end at the lug? Please share,

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    Re: Regarding tools for straps

    Quote Originally Posted by subkrawler View Post
    Or just do what I do, and jam the tip of the screwdriver that comes with it, into the slot to compress and free the spring-bar. I haven't scratched one yet.
    Hahaha, I never even thought of that...it works pretty darn good ^_^. Thanks for the suggestion.

    I now have my 600T on the DOXA rubber strap, and it is awesome. Although the strap needs to be broken in a little bit.
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