AF Switzerland Bracelet Pin Removing Tool

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AF Switzerland Bracelet Pin Removing Tool

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Can't seem to find an online vendor who carries and sells this tool. Like it as it can push pin out completely through, especially for our CW bracelets as they have pin and collar types
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Any help would be greatly appreciated to the community
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Re: AF Switzerland Bracelet Pin Removing Tool

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Although I have an AF Swiss version, I have to say this one looks identical...

https://www.cousinsuk.com/product/screw ... ode=B57691

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Re: AF Switzerland Bracelet Pin Removing Tool

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thanks !!!
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Re: AF Switzerland Bracelet Pin Removing Tool

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It agree that it seems absolutely identical, I needed replacement pins and so took the chance and ordered the Horotec. I can confirm that they fit my AF version perfectly.

Something to do with this probably:

"We wish to inform you that AF Switzerland SA has decided to sell their tool and equipment business under the brands “A*F Switzerland”, “A*F Gold Shark”, “ETIC” and “Novostar” to the company: Brütsch/Rüegger Tools based in Urdorf Switzerland. Brütsch/Rüegger Tools is a major international player in the tool business and plans to expand its existing business in the watchmaking and jewellery fields through the acquisition of the AF Switzerland SA brands.

This change is effective January 15th 2020."
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