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    Re: The New Isofrane

    Quote Originally Posted by madmike283 View Post
    Looks like I'll have it tomorrow. I've never noticed FedEx tracking to be inaccurate like that. No worries though, it's still damned fast. In fact, I received the Armida today! 42 hours after I placed the order Sunday afternoon I had the A1 in hand from Hong Kong. That's pretty crazy!
    I ordered twice from Armida and had the watch in three days or less.

    I might have had bad luck with FedEX with a package coming from Europe to California.

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    Re: The New Isofrane

    picture request please of an orange isofrane on an Omega SMP 2254.50 :)

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    Re: The New Isofrane

    Hey,
    This strap looks awesome! Thanks for the pics that are even better, but these make me think that this strap is better on a wetsuit than around a wrist, I personally don't like the hole where arm hairs can go through, not very nice.
    I would then put it aside just because it is outrageously expensive for a piece of rubber, especially if you have to buy the wetsuit extension... Unaffordable. For me at least...

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    Re: The New Isofrane

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    What lengths are the two parts of the strap and what minimum size wrist will it fit - i can't find this info on their website. Really like the blue on the 2531 and think that I could do with a change from the wjean mesh that I've had mine on for the past year.

    I tried Eddie's 20mm version on Kremner Sub and it was too loose on the smallest setting.

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    Re: The New Isofrane

    Quote Originally Posted by rumer-willis View Post
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    What lengths are the two parts of the strap and what minimum size wrist will it fit - i can't find this info on their website.
    Buckle side is 75mm, other side is 131mm. I'd say it will fit a 6.5" wrist minimum.

    BTW, sorry to hear about your mom :)

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    Re: The New Isofrane

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    BTW, sorry to hear about your mom :)
    Ha-ha!!!!!
    For members who understand, no explanation is needed. For thread crappers who do not understand, no explanation is possible. Some people are like Slinkies...not really good for anything, but you can't help smiling when you see one tumble down the stairs.

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    Re: The New Isofrane

    I decided to purchase myself one. I sent payment via PayPal yesterday morning. I did not get any confirmation they received my money. Is this normal for them? If so no worries. I just found it odd.

    Thanks!
    Thanks Nick

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    Re: The New Isofrane

    I have a 22mm isofrane and, on my 6.7" wrist, i use the antepenultimate hole (yes, the word exists, just made sure. I mean I could go two holes tighter than the one I use).
    I don't wear it too tight so I would agree that the 6.4-6.5" is the minimum wrist size for an Isofrane.

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    Re: The New Isofrane

    My first Iso and I ask myself WTF took me so LONG??? WOW!!!

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    Thanks Nick

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    Re: The New Isofrane

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    My first Iso and I ask myself WTF took me so LONG??? WOW!!!

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    Exactly!! Its one of those things, you either get it, or you don't. And not everyone is meant to 'get' the Isofrane. It looks awesome on your Halios, accentuates it very nicely!!
    For members who understand, no explanation is needed. For thread crappers who do not understand, no explanation is possible. Some people are like Slinkies...not really good for anything, but you can't help smiling when you see one tumble down the stairs.

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