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    Re: The New Isofrane

    Here's my new black 22mm Isofrane on a Steinhart Ocean One Titanium


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    Thank you for the great review, I've had a couple of iSOfrane straps and always find them to be the most comfortable with any watch.

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    Classic looking. Never go wrong with this combination. Cheers!

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    Here's my new black 22mm Isofrane on a Steinhart Ocean One Titanium


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    Love all of my isofranes!!

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    My isofrane are a bit tough to get in the keeper. Any idea how to improve this?

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    Re: The New Isofrane

    Moisture/water and it will slide right in

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    It helps to remove the smaller keeper. Also push the strap end against the wider right side of the remaining keeper which helps it slide into the narrower left one. I think it was designed that way. It's really a well thought out strap.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean779 View Post
    It helps to remove the smaller keeper. Also push the strap end against the wider right side of the remaining keeper which helps it slide into the narrower left one. I think it was designed that way. It's really a well thought out strap.
    Herm, I don't follow!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lxxrr View Post
    Herm, I don't follow!
    Read it as though you have already taken off the smaller keeper, which is a fiddly thing but useful as spare.
    "Can we bless or at least not curse whatever struggles to stay alive on this planet of struggles?"

    "To live and to die in gratefulness if in no other virtue."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean779 View Post
    Read it as though you have already taken off the smaller keeper, which is a fiddly thing but useful as spare.
    Ah I see. I have both keepers on there right now. May take one out

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