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    Re: The New Isofrane

    Are they using the same tooling as the originals? Will they be available in a variety of lug widths? I'm really interested.
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    Re: The New Isofrane

    The price is a little steep but they look great and are definetly long enough. Im sure I will buy some. Thanks for the review, really appreciate it.

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    Re: The New Isofrane

    Thanks for the review. Looking forward to trying them, especially in
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    Re: The New Isofrane

    Thank you very much for the post and review.

    I am looking forward to the 22 and 20 mm widths.
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    Re: The New Isofrane

    Nice review and pics. I will definitely get one.

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    Re: The New Isofrane

    For a rubber strap...that price is a bit to steep..I know Hirsch charges the same...but for two of their straps you almost get a nice pre-owned watch...and I don't even think they look too great...but beauty as always..lies in the eye of the beholder..

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    Re: The New Isofrane

    Absolutely spectacular. I'll be getting several.

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    Re: The New Isofrane

    Quote Originally Posted by SurferD View Post
    Are they using the same tooling as the originals? Will they be available in a variety of lug widths? I'm really interested.
    It's all new tooling, and they will be available in 20mm and 22mm widths.
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    Re: The New Isofrane

    Great work, Ty.
    I cant wait for them to be available. I smell a winner here.

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    Re: The New Isofrane

    Great looking straps. Excellent review. Thanks for sharing. Looks particularly good w/ Korsbek on dry-suit sleeve.

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