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    a picture of thick spring bar with 3185. the tips of the 3185 provides a better grip on the spring bar. as the tips of 3185 is slightly thicker compared to the 6767-F, it provides a better grip.



    below is a picture of a fat spring bar with 6767-F on the left and 3185 on the right.

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    Thanks bro for all the enlightening!!

    I went khateena and they ran out of stock for 7825...seem no other place is singapore sell...u have the horotec model no. that is similar to bergeon 7825?

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    There's lots of bergeon tools for sale on ebay.. i bought my 6767f on ebay too.. but lost the fine tip.. now have to buy a replacement tip..
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    Go to Carousell and search for springbar tools. There are a few types to choose from.

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    FYI, the original Rolex tool for cases with holes in the lugs is ref. 2100 (includes screwdriver for standard rollie links), and for cases without holes in the lugs is ref. 3200 (looks like pliers).

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    Default does rolex do it for free?

    Hi,

    I have just bought a GMT2, still under rolex warranty: do you think I go in a Rolex shop and ask them to adjust mu bracelet? It is a bit too tight.

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    did you buy from a local AD?

    if you did, you may approach them to ask them resize.

    alternatively, you can do micro adjustment at the clasps.

    Quote Originally Posted by Olivier_SG View Post
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    I have just bought a GMT2, still under rolex warranty: do you think I go in a Rolex shop and ask them to adjust mu bracelet? It is a bit too tight.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Olivier_SG View Post
    Hi,

    I have just bought a GMT2, still under rolex warranty: do you think I go in a Rolex shop and ask them to adjust mu bracelet? It is a bit too tight.
    Most of the time, any ROLEX AD will resize your ROLEX watch for you for free. Alternatively, you can approach the ROLEX Service Centre (RSC) to do it for you. The RSC Singapore is located in the heart of Orchard Road (beside Lucky Plaza).

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    Oceanklassik, triton thanks!
    I will go and check RSC in that case

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    hmmm ... I usually uses jewelers screwdrivers and mostly it works..
    any comment on those clamp style tools?? theoretically they should be more efficient?

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