Bergeon Springbar tool 6767
The Bergeon Model 6767F* springbar tool is the favorite of professional watchmakers and is a precision Swiss-made, standard size (@ 5 5/8" long) springbar tool that will last a lifetime.
*The "F" is for fine tips. This model comes with the fine forked tip and the fine flat-tipped pin
The small forked tip on the Bergeon 6767F springbar tool was designed to be the perfect size for compressing spring bars on watch straps without damaging the watch strap or watch. It also works perfectly with bracelets -- for the same reason. The fine flat-tipped pin is perfect for compressing springbars in watches with holes through the lugs.
So perfect that Fortis has included the Bergeon 6767F springbar tool in it's pilot watch kits for changing watch straps and bracelets.
The straight pin is designed for watches with holes through the lugs and buckles with holes for the springbars.
there is an "S" model - the "S" for standard tips - but they are BIG tips - which is why I have never offered the "S"
The fine tips of the 6767F do a better job which is why I offer it.
"The Bergeon 6767F springbar tool is exquisite and far superior to others." - Tony C - New York
Both the 6767F with extra tips and individual extra tips are back in stock and ready to ship
Bob Davis - Feb. 10, 2003
save $6 ...... the Bergeon 6767F Springbar tool with 2 extra replacement tips - $25.94
includes 1 extra forked tip and 1 extra flat-tipped pin
individual replacement fine tips for Bergeon spring bar tool - $6.00 each
The photograph below is a close-up of the fine tips of the 6767F. the small forked tip is about 1.2 mm wide which is the perfect size for compressing springbars. It also is just the right size for compressing the springbars to remove and install metal watch bracelets.
"The Bergeon 6767F springbar tool made changing my watchstrap easy -- even though I'd never changed a watchstrap before. It's all about having the right tools" -- Wyeth M., Honolulu, HI
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