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I do not own the new submariner, but from what I'm seeing in terms of the measurements you should be able to use the included fine fork end to remove/put on the bracelet or adjust the clasp length. if you wanted to add or remove links, however, I think you'll need the Bergeon tool and either the 1.6 or 1.8mm screwdrive… see more I do not own the new submariner, but from what I'm seeing in terms of the measurements you should be able to use the included fine fork end to remove/put on the bracelet or adjust the clasp length. if you wanted to add or remove links, however, I think you'll need the Bergeon tool and either the 1.6 or 1.8mm screwdriver head, which can be swapped out with either of the two heads provided.
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http://beckertime.com/blog/adjust-rolex-bracelet/ see less
I do not own the new submariner, but from what I'm seeing in terms of the measurements you should be able to use the included fine fork end to remove/put on the bracelet or adjust the clasp length. if you wanted to add or remove links, however, I think you'll need the Bergeon tool and either the 1.6 or 1.8mm screwdriver head, which can be swapped out with either of the two heads provided.
reference:
http://beckertime.com/blog/adjust-rolex-bracelet/

bb58
· January 2, 2015
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It does have the end for that, however I would recommend an actual link removing tool as it'll make the process easier if the links are being stubborn
Markkinnj
· February 26, 2017
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I purchased this for my Omega Planet Ocean 8500. The teeth are narrow enough to fit.
Scott T.
· September 23, 2016
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There is no collar on the 6767-S. The tips themselves are threaded and simple screw in and out
Jaquet Swiss Tools
Seller · April 12, 2019
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Most Luminor either have 1) a quick swap system with the little buttons you press on the under side of the watch to release the bar or 2) drilled lugs. For the ones with drilled lugs, I think are most screws you simply use a screwdriver on. I just got the new Luminor Due which have drilled lugs but they are not screw… see more Most Luminor either have 1) a quick swap system with the little buttons you press on the under side of the watch to release the bar or 2) drilled lugs. For the ones with drilled lugs, I think are most screws you simply use a screwdriver on. I just got the new Luminor Due which have drilled lugs but they are not screws, they are regular spring bars found on most watches. So I use the non-forked side of this tool to simply press in from the outside of the lug to depress the spring mechanism and release the bar. If the 631 has drilled lugs and they are not screwed in, this should work fine. It's a high quality tool. I like it. see less Most Luminor either have 1) a quick swap system with the little buttons you press on the under side of the watch to release the bar or 2) drilled lugs. For the ones with drilled lugs, I think are most screws you simply use a screwdriver on. I just got the new Luminor Due which have drilled lugs but they are not screws, they are regular spring bars found on most watches. So I use the non-forked side of this tool to simply press in from the outside of the lug to depress the spring mechanism and release the bar. If the 631 has drilled lugs and they are not screwed in, this should work fine. It's a high quality tool. I like it.
M. Krebs
· October 23, 2017
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Works on my omega smp, rolex no date & tudor black bay. Hope this helps!
Chuck Oliver
· February 28, 2017
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The tool I ordered came with two tips, one simple point and one forked "V", but no extras of either.
aidanblake
· March 27, 2014
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CA requires it on just about everything under (and including) the sun. The warning should say why.
Don’t suck on it all day everyday and it likely won’t give you cancer.

william buffalo
· June 30, 2019
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While I use it on an Omega, I'm sure it will work with a Rolex just fine.
B. Vest
· August 16, 2016
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Yes, it is possible but I would recommend a tool specifically for friction pins, search on this code and you will see an example: B00ISOB08G
SnB Brands NA
Seller · May 10, 2016