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    Re: The New Isofrane

    How is the length of the 20mm Isofrane? I really like the look of the strap, but am afraid that it might be too long for a 6.5" wrist. Any wrist-shots on a 6.5" wrist?

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    The New Isofrane

    Quote Originally Posted by f308gt4 View Post
    How is the length of the 20mm Isofrane? I really like the look of the strap, but am afraid that it might be too long for a 6.5" wrist. Any wrist-shots on a 6.5" wrist?

    Length on my 22mm or 20mm for that matter remains the same AFAIK. My wrist is about 6.75 I think, but it gives you an idea. I wear it on the second last hole comfortably (it doesn't slide at all).







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    Re: The New Isofrane

    Quote Originally Posted by THG View Post
    Length on my 22mm or 20mm for that matter remains the same AFAIK. My wrist is about 6.75 I think, but it gives you an idea. I wear it on the second last hole comfortably (it doesn't slide at all).


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    Thanks. I bit the bullet and ordered a 20mm black Isofrane last night for my PO. Hopefully it will fit OK on my 6.5" wrist. If it does, I may have to follow up with an orange one...
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    The New Isofrane

    Quote Originally Posted by f308gt4 View Post
    Thanks. I bit the bullet and ordered a 20mm black Isofrane last night for my PO. Hopefully it will fit OK on my 6.5" wrist. If it does, I may have to follow up with an orange one...
    Good for you. Keep us on the loop and post pics when mounted.


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    I received my Isofrane today- pretty awesome, considering I ordered it over the weekend, and it was shipped on Monday from Europe.

    I've attached a couple shots (camera-phone, sorry) of it on my wrist. I have a 6.5" wrist, and I get a good fit in either the 2nd or 3rd hole from the last. The last two photos show the difference in the amount of "tail" sticking out depending on which hole I fit the tab in. If I put it in the 2nd hole, the fit is on the tight side, while the 3rd hole is a little looser. Not sure yet which I prefer, so will try it out over the next few days. It seems to be comfortable in either setting.

    In general, I like the strap. My only critique of the strap is that the keepers feel a little flimsy. I hope they don't break after a while. But other than that, it's a pretty nice strap. I suppose it would be nice if the strap was maybe 0.5-1 inch shorter, but it doesn't seem to be a big deal.

    If the people at Isofrane are reading this, how about the possibility of selling a "short" version of the strap for those of us that are not as well endowed in the wrist department? ;)

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    Re: The New Isofrane

    Quote Originally Posted by f308gt4 View Post
    I received my Isofrane today- pretty awesome, considering I ordered it over the weekend, and it was shipped on Monday from Europe.

    I've attached a couple shots (camera-phone, sorry) of it on my wrist. I have a 6.5" wrist, and I get a good fit in either the 2nd or 3rd hole from the last. The last two photos show the difference in the amount of "tail" sticking out depending on which hole I fit the tab in. If I put it in the 2nd hole, the fit is on the tight side, while the 3rd hole is a little looser. Not sure yet which I prefer, so will try it out over the next few days. It seems to be comfortable in either setting.

    In general, I like the strap. My only critique of the strap is that the keepers feel a little flimsy. I hope they don't break after a while. But other than that, it's a pretty nice strap. I suppose it would be nice if the strap was maybe 0.5-1 inch shorter, but it doesn't seem to be a big deal.

    If the people at Isofrane are reading this, how about the possibility of selling a "short" version of the strap for those of us that are not as well endowed in the wrist department? ;)

    I get a little bit of vanilla smell, but it's not overbearing.
    Good for you! Looking good.


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    Re: The New Isofrane

    Isofrane works well for my 6.25" wrist also.

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    Re: The New Isofrane

    Just ordered a 24mm for my JDD, shouldn't be a problem to squeeze it into the 22mm lugs.

    Bought a 22mm 2 years ago and till now it still has the Vanilla smell but it has tone down quite a bit, initially when I got it, the smell was quite strong, till my wife asked if I was using a new cologne

    Now the waiting game begins, 2 years ago I received it after 3 weeks

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    Re: The New Isofrane

    Wearing my iso today and more likely throughout spring and summer, though will probably also alternate it with natos.

    I've been thinking of getting yet a 3rd iso but blue to alternate, do you think it would be a good match to the BB also with a black dlc buckle as to further alternate?

    Should I wait until new colors come out (olive green, etc) can any iso moderators please confirm?

    In advance, Tks so much for your input!




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    Re: The New Isofrane

    I've been trying to keep up with the 'new color' process as well. Any ETA ?

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