Isofrane, meet 750T...750T, meet Isofrane

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    Isofrane, meet 750T...750T, meet Isofrane

    I couldn't wait for the 22mm....feels like "butta". Fedex'd and delivered like lightning.

    Thanks for enabling me Patrick





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    Re: Isofrane, meet 750T...750T, meet Isofrane

    My pleasure!!

    Looks like you did a great job sizing the ISOfrane...and the bezel on the Sharkie looks brand new!
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    Re: Isofrane, meet 750T...750T, meet Isofrane

    did the isofrane just fits the way it came or did you had to do any adjustments on the strap ? i like the bit wider strap like the isofrane compared to the lug width strap of Doxa

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    Re: Isofrane, meet 750T...750T, meet Isofrane

    Quote Originally Posted by WS72 View Post
    did the isofrane just fits the way it came or did you had to do any adjustments on the strap ? i like the bit wider strap like the isofrane compared to the lug width strap of Doxa
    24mm ISOfrane surgically altered to fit the 21mm lugs.
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    Re: Isofrane, meet 750T...750T, meet Isofrane

    Yep, just that. A bit of trimming with an Exacto.

    Thanks on the bezel...I polished and painted her to the best of my ability.

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    Re: Isofrane, meet 750T...750T, meet Isofrane

    Looks Great! I hate the thought of cutting a $100+ strap any advice on how to do it?

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    Re: Isofrane, meet 750T...750T, meet Isofrane

    Very carefully....

    I traced it with a mechanical pencil. Using a fresh Xacto blade, I cut the short, then the long. I cut it with the strap flat, pressing down. I didnt go all the way through each cut because it will "walk". Then I flipped it over and repeated from the other side assuring crisp edges (pretty much).

    At $109 delivered....I took my time. I have to say though, well worth it.

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    Re: Isofrane, meet 750T...750T, meet Isofrane

    Has anybody tried Timefactor's significantly less expensive strap?
    Love that Isofane! Looks killer.

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    Re: Isofrane, meet 750T...750T, meet Isofrane

    Quote Originally Posted by diverj007 View Post
    Has anybody tried Timefactor's significantly less expensive strap?
    Love that Isofane! Looks killer.
    Yep...you get what you pay for. Low quality dust and lint magnet!
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    Re: Isofrane, meet 750T...750T, meet Isofrane

    Looks great!!!!....but wow! $109 for a strap!

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