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argiris develegas Wrote:They are to interchange from rubber strap to bracelet.One goes in the lug hole pushing the bar out and the other presses the hole on the inside of the strap/bracelet to release it.
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thomasa8 Wrote in reply to:argiris develegas Wrote:They are to interchange from rubber strap to bracelet.One goes in the lug hole pushing the bar out and the other presses the hole on the inside of the strap/bracelet to release it.I think this advice is good for the old models of the GST Aquatimer but the new model has the quick release mechanism IWC licensed from Cartier.
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Bill B. Wrote:THe AT 2000 does indeed come with the two tools. As mentioned, they are for removing or adding links to the SS Bracelet. I am a klutz with this kind of thing, but it did it for mine and it is very easy to do. You don't need them to interchange a bracelet and rubber strap. The quick release feature takes care of that for you....also very easy to do.
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