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    Re: A comparative review of the new ISOfrane strap

    Thanks for the great write-up!

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    Re: A comparative review of the new ISOfrane strap

    Quote Originally Posted by zdfhsdahpin View Post
    how the Isofrane will fit on a 7" wrist? Will it be too long and have a lot of tail or do you think it will still be manageable?
    My 6.5" was fine from that perspective.

    It is just a chunky strap in general so if you like big watches and chunky straps it will be fine.

    If you prefer things to be more compact and slip under your shirt sleeve, then it is not the best choice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sml View Post
    My 6.5" was fine from that perspective.

    It is just a chunky strap in general so if you like big watches and chunky straps it will be fine.

    If you prefer things to be more compact and slip under your shirt sleeve, then it is not the best choice.
    Chunky, but oh so comfortable.
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    I have an 8.75" wrist and don't want to spend the money if it won't fit and so have enough strap for the keepers to fit. Do any of you guys have big wrists and an Isofrane and if so will it fit like I'd like?

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    Re: A comparative review of the new ISOfrane strap

    Same as mine and the Isofrane Fits
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    So are you saying you have an 8.75" wrist and it fits or a 7" wrist and it fits?

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    Re: A comparative review of the new ISOfrane strap

    Quote Originally Posted by cvngh View Post
    Thank you for a well done and informative review. I'm holding out for the 22mm release and was curious as to how the Isofrane will fit on a 7" wrist? Will it be too long and have a lot of tail or do you think it will still be manageable?
    I think it also depends on your watch. I have a 6.5 in wrist and the Isofrane worked fine but I had to strap it up the second to last last hole - depending on how long the lugs of the watch are. With a 7 in wrist you should be fine though.

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    A comparative review of the new ISOfrane strap

    Would you guys recommend a blue strap for a MM300/black dial? Im not too into "Black on black". Wondering your thoughts?

    Edit

    Picked up the black. Really wish there was a charcoal option.
    Last edited by lxxrr; May 24th, 2015 at 20:31.

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    Re: A comparative review of the new ISOfrane strap

    Great review, like the scientific stretchiness method, ha ha. You know looking at all the black rubber, I couldn’t help but to think of a Firestone ad :)
    If you really want to know the tensile strength of all these, I’d gladly test them to failure using a electromechanical load frame, however, they’d be destroyed.

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    Re: A comparative review of the new ISOfrane strap

    Thank you for a well done and informative review. I'm holding out for the 22mm release and was curious as to how the Isofrane will fit on a 7" wrist? Will it be too long and have a lot of tail or do you think it will still be manageable?

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