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As you can tell......I love the Isofrane strap ;D


IMO with the PVD buckle it goes perfect with the Darth Tuna 8)







These little "ribs/lines" grip your wrist perfectly, you can wear the strap one notch looser with out it flopping around. Excellent design!





















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That looks good !

Does the Isofrane follow the curves of your wrist or is it a bit stiff ?

Stiff straps tend to lift the tuna's of the wrist and turn it a bit toward the outside of the wrist, looks silly and is not comfortable.
 

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Luka-San said:
That looks good !

Does the Isofrane follow the curves of your wrist or is it a bit stiff ?

Stiff straps tend to lift the tuna's of the wrist and turn it a bit toward the outside of the wrist, looks silly and is not comfortable.

Thanks Luka-San ;)



It fits perfect, like a glove. Nice in soft too!.


It works awesome on the much heavyer & taller Emperor as well :)


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spring-diver said:
As you can tell......I love the Isofrane strap ;D


IMO with the PVD buckle it goes perfect with the Darth Tuna 8)




These little "ribs/lines" grip your wrist perfectly, you can wear the strap one notch looser with out it flopping around. Excellent design!


Cheers
Shannon

Hi Shannon,

Enjoy your enthusiasm on the Isoframe.

I have a 6.5 inch wrist and was wondering if the strap will be too long with too much overhang? Would it be easy with cutting the strap down? I am worried to spend that much money on a strap, even a great one :), and then have to cut it down and remove the end with the logo and make it look not as nice.

Any opinion would be appreciated.
Thanks much and kind regards,
Daniel
 

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sailorH240 said:
Hi Shannon,

Enjoy your enthusiasm on the Isoframe.

I have a 6.5 inch wrist and was wondering if the strap will be too long with too much overhang? Would it be easy with cutting the strap down? I am worried to spend that much money on a strap, even a great one :) , and then have to cut it down and remove the end with the logo and make it look not as nice.

Any opinion would be appreciated.
Thanks much and kind regards,
Daniel

Hi Daniel,


Depending on the spring bar to spring bar length, the strap should just fit a 6.5" wrist. The strap keeper can slide all the way to the end of the strap to hold the tail in place. However there is only about 1/2" inch of strap that can be trimmed. BTW there is no "logo" on the tip of the strap like Seiko's....So if you need to trim a little off the end it can easily be done with scissors or razor blade.


I hope this helped ;)


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Shannon
 
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