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Old 4 April 2020, 03:21 AM   #1
nicopetrone
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Rolex tool question

I have always wanted to change my Rolex bands. I wanted to ask which tool is best for easy transition? Also where to buy the tool? I saw the bereron tool for $180.00 but didnt know if this was my only option. Thanks in advance.

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Old 4 April 2020, 04:04 AM   #2
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I use the Bergeon 6767-F which works great on all my watches. I know some styles the tweezer style is easier, but even my 18038 (only one without lug holes - I like vintage!) it works great.

I found the biggest thing is to get good eyes on things. I bought an OptiVisor DA-5 and if I put that on, I never seem to slip and potentially scratch.

This single thing gave me the confidence to start going after more and more tinkering and now I am even venturing inside!
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