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    Re: The New Isofrane

    Loving my new Isofrane on my Doxa 750T Pro...
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    Re: 24mm Orange Isofrane

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    will the isofrane fit a 6 inch wrist at the first hole or second? i am intending to mount it on a 42mm lug to lug head.
    bought one of the silicone 3 hole rally strap from harold but it ended up bring too big for me even in the first hole, need like half a hole smaller.....

    so far the thinnest decent fit i saw was 6.25 at the last hole for bigger watches like the divemaster 500

    would the fat seiko bars be too much of a squeeze for the straps? plunking down 100 bucks for a strap that might not fit me or would end up being ripped by those fat bars seem to be holding me back
    update on mine.


    just received the 20mm strap today,

    has a little of the faint fragrance, is that what you call vanilla?

    buckle looks well machined, good work on the tang design which allows strap to sit properly.
    it seems to require quite a bit to pop it in and out of the tang, impact to the slots' longevity would be interesting.

    strap has matte finish, definitely does not attract lint.
    slightly stiffer than my other silicone strap.
    hope the calamaris would last as they look kinda thin.

    manage to achieve the comfy 1 finger-space fit on my 6 inch wrist at the 2nd last hole! doesn't flop around, looks like my gamble paid off
    on the last hole it would probably be a half finger space fit, good for swimming when the wrist contracts

    frankly the material at the lug hole looks pretty thin, kind of wary about stuffing in the seiko fat bars and ripping it up. i mount it on seiko's non-diver bar which is a little too thin for the hole.

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    Re: 24mm Orange Isofrane

    20mm iso on a 41mm lug to lug watchhead

    6 inch on the 2nd hole
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    not too much excess even on the 1st hole
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    Re: 24mm Orange Isofrane

    I just picked up a blue one for my SMP. The quality impresses, but the price was tough to swallow.


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    Re: 24mm Orange Isofrane

    Here is my new Darth Tuna on a 22mm Isofrane.



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    Re: The New Isofrane

    Golden Tuna signing in










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    Re: The New Isofrane

    My three 1000m Tuna's say hi


    IMHO the Isofrane is the perfect strap for the Big Fish











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    Re: The New Isofrane

    The Isofrane strap makes any dive watch look even better!
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    Re: The New Isofrane

    Did someone say Isofrane?

    It looks as if it were made for my Caesar! It's a 22mm on 20mm lugs, I'm still not sure if I will notch it or not.

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    Re: The New Isofrane

    a trick for users finds it a PITA to slot the strap through the 2 stretchy and sticky calamari keepers

    wet the keepers before slotting the through. works for mine

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