The Bergeon #6111 is to remove and install watch pins also known as spring bars from a watch band, either metal or leather that attaches the band to the watch case lugs with a spring bar. Bergeon's Spring Bar Tool #6111 is double sided has four knurled areas. The two sides are one with a larger fork that is 4mm and the other smaller double ended tip with a 0.80mm flat cylinder end and a 1.0mm fork. Two knurled areas on the main body are to hold the tool for using either the large fork or the small fork/cylinder. Each of the end-forks can be removed by screwing off using the knurled ends. The smaller 1.00mm fork has another 0.80mm flat cylinder side of the tool that you can turn over (180 degrees) and screw back into the body of the tool.
- Length : 140 mm / 5.5inches
- Points Flat Fork: 4mm
- Points Cylindrical Fork: 6111-D: Flat Cylinder 0.8 mm and Small Fork 1.0mm
This spring bar tool makes it easier to remove and install spring bars from metal or leather strap wrist watch bands that attach the band to the watch case lug by a metal pin or spring bar tube with a spring installed in the center with two metal shoulders that can be pushed into the center of the cylindrical spring bar to remove or install into the lugs of the watch case. The forks of the Bergeon #6111 tool make this easy to remove or install. The small cylinder side of Bergeons tool makes it easier to remove the spring bar should there be a hole in the watch case lug that holds the spring bar shoulders in place by simply pushing the Bergeon pin through the lug hole and pushing the spring bar shoulder into the spring bar tube and dislodging the spring bar from the watch case.