Springbar tool for Flieger?

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    Springbar tool for Flieger?

    I have ordered a new Stowa 20mm strap for my Dad (he has a no-logo Flieger), but he does not have a springbar tool. Please could anyone suggest a good quality tool for him? He lives overseas so I will order for him or recommend a store.

    Many thanks
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    Re: Springbar tool for Flieger?

    The Bergeon 6767-F is all you need!

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    Re: Springbar tool for Flieger?

    Quote Originally Posted by senna89wc12 View Post
    The Bergeon 6767-F is all you need!
    Thanks for the speedy reply!

    I will order from Bergeon's UK distributor, as my Dad is in the UK.
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    Re: Springbar tool for Flieger?

    I always order at /www.watchtool.co.uk, official distributor of Bergeon. Reliable and fast.
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    Re: Springbar tool for Flieger?

    Quote Originally Posted by stuffler,mike View Post
    I always order at /www.watchtool.co.uk, official distributor of Bergeon. Reliable and fast.
    Thanks Mike - I registered with them this afternoon!
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    Second that. Literally just got mine yesterday and I was able to quickly and safely remove my watch's bracelet. A breeze.

    Got mine at Amazon.. Though I had to pay shipping.

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    Re: Springbar tool for Flieger?

    Quote Originally Posted by stuffler,mike View Post
    I always order at /www.watchtool.co.uk, official distributor of Bergeon. Reliable and fast.
    Thanks Bro mike for the link
    I needed a springbar tool from Bergeon.
    1 more question from me is the springbar Bergeon 6767-F can be used for other watches or only for flieger?
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    Re: Springbar tool for Flieger?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tomaski33 View Post
    1 more question from me is the springbar Bergeon 6767-F can be used for other watches or only for flieger?
    Of course it can be used for other watches as well. Here's a link to an older thread, members tend to prefer the Bergeoun 6111.

    https://forums.watchuseek.com/f222/be...ol-430885.html
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    Re: Springbar tool for Flieger?

    can i be cheeky and ask why the bergeon? don;t the cheaper generic unbranded tools work just as well, i understand for a watchmaker/ jeweler who is changing straps constantly, he needs a more robust one with access to replacement tips, but for us do we really need the more expensive tool? Or is it just a man jewelry thang?

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Professor View Post
    can i be cheeky and ask why the bergeon? don;t the cheaper generic unbranded tools work just as well, i understand for a watchmaker/ jeweler who is changing straps constantly, he needs a more robust one with access to replacement tips, but for us do we really need the more expensive tool? Or is it just a man jewelry thang?
    Because chicks dig guys with Bergeons!

    In all seriousness, they're not all that expensive, and I'm willing to spend a tad more on a well recommended tool than take a chance that the tool is flimsy and breaks within a year.

    Just my perspective.

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