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Depends what kind of sub you're talking about. If it's the one with the holes in the lugs the tip should be thin enough to depress the spring bar. But I have read that the Bergeon 6111 is better for Rolex than the 6767-F. Rolex makes their own tools to use on their newer watches so if it's the newer subs I would not bu… see more Depends what kind of sub you're talking about. If it's the one with the holes in the lugs the tip should be thin enough to depress the spring bar. But I have read that the Bergeon 6111 is better for Rolex than the 6767-F. Rolex makes their own tools to use on their newer watches so if it's the newer subs I would not buy this tool for it. see less Depends what kind of sub you're talking about. If it's the one with the holes in the lugs the tip should be thin enough to depress the spring bar. But I have read that the Bergeon 6111 is better for Rolex than the 6767-F. Rolex makes their own tools to use on their newer watches so if it's the newer subs I would not buy this tool for it.
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· January 27, 2016
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This tool will work on any watch that uses spring bars. I would advise that if it's your first time doing this to watch a few you tube videos.
AJ Nidek
· September 11, 2020
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hi, no need. for example. you buy a 6767-F spring bar tool and a "S" tip, the "S" Tip can be interchanged .
Queen Supply Group
Seller · May 11, 2020
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The s version is for leather and rubber straps.
The f version is for metal bracelets but with a little wiggle can be used on straps.

Amazon Customer
· July 1, 2019
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This one let's me change straps fairly easily. Leather, rubber, silicone, bracelet, doesn't matter. Actually works better than the generic spring bar plier tool I bought.
Mr.B.
· January 22, 2020
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As long as a watch uses speingbars to hold its straps or bracelet, this spring bar tool should work. I’ve seen many Rolex watches on NATO straps, so I believe they were held on by spring bars. All the best.
gregory c…
· February 11, 2019
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The F version will be able to do it alone - if you are doing a lot of band replacement for rubber or other pliable material then I would recommend investing in the "S" tip as well as it is more robust, as the F tip is so fine it can be easily damaged by tight spring bars etc.
SnB Brands NA
Seller · November 2, 2015
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Not sure. If the Samsung Gear 3 watch uses the same springbars as most standard watches, it should work fine.
D. Jordan
· May 24, 2018
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If the watch is held on by spring bars, the tool should work on it. The F series is very versatile, it allows users to work on finer situations and can handle thicker speingbars too.
gregory c…
· February 11, 2019
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I don't understand what you mean "Drilled" lugs. It can easily remove the normal lugs & on the other side is a pin type, you can punch through a small hole to remove it. (If this is what you mean "Drilled" lugs.
P.Ng
· January 15, 2017