I recently acquired a black Isofrane 20mm, and it seems to me it is noticeably softer than my other Isofrane I had, an orange 22mm.
Since I don't have it anymore I cannot directly compare them.
Did any of you notice something similar or am I dreaming?
Is it possible that the coloring affects the softness?
Thanks in advance
Thanks, yes this one is used, the prior one was not, so that could be a factor
Thanks a lot sir!
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Where can we start the petition to get the NATO green iso in 24mm? I have a Panerai and Blancpain desperately waiting.
Last edited by nweash; March 23rd, 2015 at 08:30.
Hear Hear my B&R is still waiting
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I bought a dark blue one for my Omega SMP Bond and was thinking I'd never give so much money for a rubber again, then I strapped it for some days and get why it is said to be THE rubber. Soft, supple, resistant, went hiking, mtb , sauna and after all it just cleans with a bit of water and still kept its vanilla scent.
Some of you notch them in narrower lugs to balance top heavy watches ? Like Planet Ocean, MM300 or heavy divers with 20mm lug width ?
6105 feels a bit top heavy (heavier than my Black Bay at least) but fit is sturdy enough with a 20mm iso
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