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Steel Spring Bar Tool for changing watch bands and straps #TUM1015
Steel Spring Bar Tool for changing watch bands and straps #TUM1015


 
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Steel Spring Bar Tool for changing watch bands and straps #TUM1015

Features a forked end for strap changes and a pointed end for use with watch cases that feature pin holes in the lug ends. or a 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.

Tips on both ends are replaceable if lost or broken. See below.
Watch Features:
  • Tool: TBP1015 Spring Bar Tool
  • Color: Silver
  • Use: Changing Watch Straps​
  • Material: Stainless Steel

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June 24, 2019
Reviewer: Anonymous Person  


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Spring tool June 18, 2019
Reviewer: nathan from Canada  
Handy to have one of these, haven’t used it yet, every watch owner should have one of these on hand

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June 17, 2019
Reviewer: Karen Hawk from College Place, WA United States  


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Fork-end ineffective March 23, 2019
Reviewer: Ronald W Drysdale from SW Alberta, Canada  
You get what you pay for. The fork-end could not get enough "purchase" on the ends of the beefy springbars of my new SKS 007. My friend and I eventually gave-up after 15-20 minutes and used a high-quality "utility knife". (My jeweller later had no issue/problem when she was using a proper professional-grade tool.)


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February 10, 2019
Reviewer: Dan from Kitchener, ON Canada  


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