Bergeon simply makes the best tools in the watch industry. This Bergeon professional tool can be used for removing spring bars from watch bracelets and straps. The forked end of this 6767-F tool is smaller than the 6767-S version and it excels at compressing and removing spring bars from bracelets. It fits into the tight space on solid end links really well. The pointed end is just right for pushing out regular watch link pins or for use on watch cases with drilled lugs. Each tip is removable and has identical threading making it easy and convenient to change or replace the tips as necessary for repair work.
For a quick strap change simply insert the forked end between the lug end and your watch strap, Push down and pull away from the lug end to release the spring bar or pin. You can then use the tool to compress the spring bar to insert the new strap.
The 6767-F is a steel-bodied tool with hardened steel tips. The pusher tip is 0.8mm and works with most drilled lugs. The forked tip is 1.2mm wide and thin enough to easy get in between the strap and the lugs (and should work with most bracelet end links). Both tips are about as strong as they come, and will last you a long time.
- Ø0.80mm pin
- 1mm wide fork
- With fine points and forks
- Bergeon 6767F
- Handle in polish nickel plated brass
- Points in hardened tempering steel
- Length: 145 mm