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Spring bars, as the name implies, are metal tubes containing a spring which can be compressed, to place the bar between a watch's lugs.
Macro view of a spring bar
To remove a spring bar, you usually need to push one of its ends with a sharp specialized tool.
Tiny trenches are performed in a bracelet so as to insert the tool and grab the bar.
Now here is one technique: first, insert one end of the spring bar into the lug's hole.
Then, use the the spring bar tool (see on the right, grey, a bit out of focus) to compress the bar to be able to attach the bracelet.