Bergeon Springbar Tool

Bergeon Springbar Tool

Own a watch with a strap? I'll let you in on 2 secrets: 1. You can remove and change your watchband by yourself. 2. You don't have to buy new straps from the manufacturer or watch store. Either way, you'll want this handy tools from Bergeon, makers of the finest Swiss watchmaking items. The springbar tool has 2 ends - 1 finely forked end to lift and remove springs bars, those metal pins that hold your watch band in place, and a blunt, needle type end for opening watch clasps and pushing out watch band links. Extremely high quality and the best one on the market. Makes changing straps a breeze.

  • Another fine and indispensable Bergeon item. Most watches under $500 (including Swatches, Seikos, etc) use batteries and have snap on case backs. So how do you open them when you need to change the battery? If you examine the c... Another fine and indispensable Bergeon item. Most watches under $500 (including Swatches, Seikos, etc) use batteries and have snap on case backs. So how do you open them when you need to change the battery? If you examine the case back closely you'll fine a small groove/protrusion on the back. Insert the knife into the groove and push up. The case will pop open, exposing the innards. Really useful if you change a lot of watch batteries.

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