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Experts,

I would like to get a tool to remove straps and bracelets but I am not sure which one to get. I would like to get a Bergeon but there are several models like 6111 and 6767 as I read on other threads. I have the current Navitimer and would like to know which tool is the most suitable for the job ( and the Navitimer).
Thank you.
santasmile

Ps: and any suggestions where I can get it in Europe? Germany, Netherlands etc etc..
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I use the 6767, both with standard and fine tip

Here is a pic of the 6767 with the standard tip. Works well for leather straps but for the bracelet you need the fine tip.



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Ps: and any suggestions where I can get it in Europe? Germany, Netherlands etc etc..
Oops, missed that one. I got mine at www.rltwatches.com in the UK. I could have it shipped by normal mail without insurance. For a piece of only 10 pounds, it was well worth the risk, getting it from the USA was only possible with FedEx or something similar and that alone costs five times the price of the tool!

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I think I am gonna get the Bergeon 6111 or the 6767 F.
Will post pics when I purchase the tool.
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