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    Re: The New Isofrane

    Just got one for my Anonimo wayfarer 2. Totally thrilled with it. The thickness works great with the chunky anonimo case. I'm wearing it a little loose but the watch never spins or slides down my wrist. I'm going to try it on my PO and if it looks good I'm going to get another one.

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    Re: The New Isofrane

    I just got one of these. Really good strap. Soft but you can tell that it's very durable. I am just not too happy with their customer service. I ordered some straps from them, it was short by one piece. I emailed them 3 times but never got a reply. Oh well.

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    Re: The New Isofrane

    The Iso looks great on the Jellyfish, I'll have to try one on mine.

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    Re: The New Isofrane

    Hi Boggy, first off, the isofrane team apologizes for this issue, unfortunately none of the 3 emails were received by the team. They experienced a technical issue on the contact form on the website and the team was not aware of the problem until a customer called, unfortunately all emails sent are not retrievable. The problem is now fixed, so please resend your email and if you dont receive a reply within 24 hours, please give isofrane a call on the toll free number and a representative will help resolve the issue immediately. You will also receive an additional free strap to make up for this wait.

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    Great customer service. When a mistake happens, make it right. So many companies could learn from this.

    Is there anything new in the works at Isofrane? I would love to see a new design with the same rubber compound and comfort of the current model. Maybe something without the rectangular cutouts. It wouldn't breathe as well but it might look nice on some steadied divers.


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    It's no secret that I'm a huge fan of the Isofrane, it's a great strap and worth every penny.

    I had a small issue (received two different sized ends) but Isofrane sent me the needed piece promptly. Great customer service - thank you!


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    Re: The New Isofrane

    Will using the fat springbars permanently stretch the hole? I bought wjean's thin fat bars and I am a little uneasy using them. It feels like it's hanging on a thread...maybe I should ask if he carries 24mm bars.

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    Re: The New Isofrane

    Liked the first one so much I picked up another for my planet ocean.

    The silver RS buckle looks great on the PO. And they really nailed the geometry of the buckle, it puts no strain or crease on the strap whatsoever and sits nice and flat. Can't say enough about how well designed these are.
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    Re: The New Isofrane

    Quote Originally Posted by 92gli View Post
    Just got one for my Anonimo wayfarer 2. Totally thrilled with it. The thickness works great with the chunky anonimo case. I'm wearing it a little loose but the watch never spins or slides down my wrist. I'm going to try it on my PO and if it looks good I'm going to get another one.


    That really looks great! You'll love it on the Planet Ocean too.....be prepared :)

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    Re: The New Isofrane

    Here are a couple of the Isofrane on a Maratac Pilot......and I'm a crappy photographer! (but this combo is terrific).

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