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badern said:
8) . The combo looks great!!
I like how the thick strap covers the gap to the case. The thickness is substantial as well.
Too bad you had to notch a 24mm strap to 20mm (a pricey one at that!). Could you have notch it down to 22mm and then squeeze the strap into the lugs? i ask this because I have way more 22mm lugs watches than 20mm lugs watches. Thanks

Thanks Badern ;) I'm pretty stoked with this combo too. I wonder if Isofrane will do a 5 strap discount for the rest of the herd ;D


I tried it @ 22mm but It just didn't fit right and I was worried about the spring bars "not" being fully seated in the lugs.


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seikomatic said:
Hay...you still need a 007, a sumo, a 6105 small case and GS 200M to complete the collection

I've had a few SKX's.....IMO to small, Sumo is nice for the $$ but the strap gap is the deal breaker for me.
I'm done with vintage unless it's Minty/NOS.......that leaves the SBGA029 SS GS Diver.


The GS 200m is an incredible watch and someday I will own one.


Although I would have to see it on an Isofrane first :)) :)) :))


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LUW said:
I'm just not sure about the buckle... It's a bit large in my eyes. However, that's just a small detail and I think the Isofrane looks MUCH better then the stock one.

Really? IMO the buckle is awesome 8) Its been brushed to perfection.... very high quality IMO.




Have a closer look ;) This is their RS buckle.







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Check out their IN buckle on their web site:


[url=http://www.isofrane.com/buckle_detail.htm#]http://www.isofrane.com/buckle_detail.htm#[/url]






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Shannon
 
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