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...this is my favorite strap option for the 750T! I saw another forumer had modified a 24mm Isofrane to fit his 800Ti and it looked great! I was going to order one for another watch but decided to mod mine as well to fit the 750T! The BOR bracelet is still the tops for this watch but the Isofrane is a very close second!







 

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That looks freaking great!!!!
 

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Looks great romeo.
I may end up grabbing one in 22mm and mod it to fit my 1200t
 

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Looks great romeo.
I may end up grabbing one in 22mm and mod it to fit my 1200t
To quote Forrest Gump..."Doxa and Isofrane go together like peas and carrots"...at least I'm pretty sure he said that!! :-d
 

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VERY Nice!!! I've been wanting to get a rubber strap for my 750T GMT Pro... but have been torn between 3... The Doxa Rubber, Hirsch Extreme 22mm and the Isofrane 24...

I'm partial the wider strap and now think you may have pushed me over the edge. Is the Isofrane actual Rubber or Silicone? How hard/soft is it? |>
 

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Only one of the three does it for me, the Hirsch Extreme

 

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Dammit Patrick....now I've got to order that...I was holding out for 22mm, but that is sounding delayed from Isofrane.

Great job! - Mike
 

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Dammit Patrick....now I've got to order that...I was holding out for 22mm, but that is sounding delayed from Isofrane.

Great job! - Mike
Thanks Mike...I highly recommend the 24mm modded Isofrane. I'll most likely pick up the 22mm when it is released but I prefer the look of the cut in 24mm.
 

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VERY Nice!!! I've been wanting to get a rubber strap for my 750T GMT Pro... but have been torn between 3... The Doxa Rubber, Hirsch Extreme 22mm and the Isofrane 24...

I'm partial the wider strap and now think you may have pushed me over the edge. Is the Isofrane actual Rubber or Silicone? How hard/soft is it? |>
Rubber, and it's nice and soft. It's a really comfortable strap.
 

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Ordered mine at 5am today, and at 5:30am I already had the Fedex tracking number...

Now, just need to plan a careful mod...don't want to screw it up for the 750T.
 

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Ordered mine at 5am today, and at 5:30am I already had the Fedex tracking number...

Now, just need to plan a careful mod...don't want to screw it up for the 750T.
You don't need to remove very much rubber at all. Use a VERY sharp x-acto knife because this is high quality rubber and will offer resistance. When cutting, just cut immediately below the bar hole...you don't want to go any deeper. Use your end link as a guide. It's better to take off too little than too much...but I guess that is stating the obvious.

Good luck and make sure you post some pics!
 
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