Watchmaker Spring Bar Tool

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Watchmaker Spring Bar Tool

Geared toward an audience that appreciates hand craftsmanship, and wants to add a one-of-a-kind piece to their tool collection, this tool is as aesthetically pleasing as it is functional. Designed by Robert Isaac and hand-machined in his own shop in small batches, the spring bar tool is machined by hand from 6061-T6 aircraft grade aluminum rod with semi-recessed, mil-spec silicone rubber o-rings.


Includes free domestic USPS shipping.
International shipping (1-3 tools): $14.00
Designed to use Burgeon 6767-xx replaceable tips. (included)

Reviews From Those in the Know

Seen in the Wild

SWIPE: Huge shoutout to Robert aka @baughblabs whose 'hot πŸ”₯off the press' spring bar tool arrived in the mail today from the US. This is the only spring bar tool you'll ever need and if you read on, it may well be the one of the only watch tools you need. Quality is exceptional! A beautiful hand made item that has been very well thought out. It has a beautiful weight in the hand and rubber grips are super comfortable and give exceptional accuracy and control……Robert even customised a 'flat head' interchangeable piece for my personal taste. I prefer a nice super sharp flat head at one end of the tool for removing spring bars as opposed to the 'fork shaped' end that is standard on most spring bar tools. At the other end is the standard flat pin head, perfect for drilled lug models. It's length giving the correct reach without it being too long. Another great feature of this tool is that each end will accept Bergeon screwdriver tips. So once you have the tool, you can customise it with whatever you like, using the best quality tools in the business. Just a brilliant concept. This tool will be used by me everyday and I hope for many years to come. Thank you Robert. πŸ™πŸ»πŸ™πŸ»πŸ™πŸ» for those interested Robert is taking orders NOW so go to his website and get yourself oneπŸ‘πŸ»ORDERS can be made at : πŸ‘πŸ»#springbartool #watchtool #seikolife

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