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So I've had a few spring bar tools. One was one piece and sturdy, but the teethed end wasn't flat enough to fit between lugs and tight straps.

The other had interchangable ends of varying sizes and thickness etc. except when trying to get really tough springbars to budge, ended up snapping the thin ends. The metal wasn't sturdy.

I'm after a springbar tool that has a thin and small teethed end to get into Solid End link gaps and in between tight straps and lugs.

What I am having most trouble with specifically is changing the springbars on my diver watch. It has solid end links and small holes to access the springbars. and as said above, all my small teethed pieces snapped trying to get it to budge.

Links or sites that I can go to for a quality spring bar tool would be much appreciated. Thank you.
 

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Ofrei or Esslinger carry good quality watch tools.
 

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Bergeon 6767 is always the right answer to a spring bar tool query.
 
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