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The F version has the "fine forked tip" end while the S version has the "standard forked tip" end. So the F version has a mini forked tip that can be used to depress the spring bar in watches where you need a finer tip to reach the spring bar in the lug, like in Omegas. I never used the 6767-S; the 6767-F has always fi… see more The F version has the "fine forked tip" end while the S version has the "standard forked tip" end. So the F version has a mini forked tip that can be used to depress the spring bar in watches where you need a finer tip to reach the spring bar in the lug, like in Omegas. I never used the 6767-S; the 6767-F has always fit my needs so far. see less The F version has the "fine forked tip" end while the S version has the "standard forked tip" end. So the F version has a mini forked tip that can be used to depress the spring bar in watches where you need a finer tip to reach the spring bar in the lug, like in Omegas. I never used the 6767-S; the 6767-F has always fit my needs so far.
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· May 14, 2015
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As others have stated, the bar is very easy to use and will facilitate changing watch bands that are held by either a pin or spring bar. It may help to have needle nose pliers to help grab the pin bar.
S. Fernandez
· December 16, 2014
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Yes it is the F version. 6767 is the tool. The F are the tips that are removable and interchangeable. Amazon supplies the F tips. These are the best.
Jennifer
· August 31, 2013
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Can't speak to the speedmaster specifically, but I bought this tool for my Omega planet ocean 8500 and it works perfectly.
Scott T.
· April 27, 2016
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It is. It works on my sub. I do suggest, however, you use a piece of tape on the back of the lug holes on instalation of new strap and bars to avoid scratches (this in general for all spring bar tools that aren't the plier type)
Mr.B.
· November 21, 2019
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Probably every few years. I use my Bergeon 6767 quite regularly and the fork tip is still as good as new.
Banbananna
· May 5, 2020
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Sometimes, an item isisted as delivered, but it's only been delivered to a secondary shipper like usps. Just send the seller an email to confirm if that's the case.
Mr.B.
· January 22, 2020
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There are two tips supplied, one in each end. One is the fine fork with a 1mm diameter and the other end is a 0.8mm pin pusher. I hope that helps
A seller
Seller · October 6, 2015
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hi, you can look into the image detaily, there is one side pin end, the other side fork end. and they are installed in the handle already.
Queen Supply Group
Seller · January 12, 2021
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I have not removed the pin for a Seiko 5 band; however, I believe it would remove it easily as I have removed band pins from numerous watches with my spring bar tool with no problems.
Amazon Customer
· August 18, 2018