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PostPosted: Thu Sep 03, 2020 2:24 am 
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Hi All,

Would anybody happen to know the pin and tube diameter sizes for a 20mm Breitling Pro 1 bracelet?
I have three extra links but no pins and tubes...

While I could probably check this off against one of the other pins and tubes in the bracelet, messing around with it in the first place is why I now need replacements!

Thanks for the help.

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I thought the Pro 1 used tiny screws?

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Pro 1 uses both pins and screws, depending on age and model.
Hollow end linked Pro 1 uses pins, both 18 and 20mm.
Solid end linked Pro 1 uses screws, both 20 and 22mm.


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1952 wrote:
I thought the Pro 1 used tiny screws?


Sorry... as per the post above it’s a Pro 1 with pins and tubes, not screws. Mine is a hollow-end link bracelet for a Pluton.

The length of the pins are 19mm but the diameter is tricky. From what I can work out, it need to be either 0.9mm or 0.95mm. Likewise the tubes.


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I have one of these sets. They come in handy for instances like yours. They'd need to be trimmed to suit though.

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1952 wrote:
I have one of these sets. They come in handy for instances like yours. They'd need to be trimmed to suit though.

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Thanks - great suggestion. That’s going to take a lot of the guesswork out of it.


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