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I just got a SRP639 and while I love everything else about the watch, I had to change the strap (too long).

I thought a Hadley Roma with yellow stitching would go well with the yellow accents on the watch but now that it's on the watch, I'm not so sure... What do you think?

Any ideas on what might work better? I like Isofranes but they're same length as the Seiko strap...

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I really like it. I happen to love the stitched bands. I have a couple of white, one red and one blue stitched strap that I have used interchangeably on my SKX009 and SKX173. I have an SRP673 on the way and planning on dropping a Super Engineer II bracelet on it when it gets here.


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I think the larger notched strap fits it really well . Balances the watch . Just got a black with yellow accents strap in a few days ago too but don't think it would fit the style of your watch

 

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It looks good! I like it. I think it would look really good on a NATO as well. A nice leather one would still keep it kinda dressy, while in the nylon there is lots of good colors.
 

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The Obris Morgan style isofrane may be worth looking at. Could save you some money compared to the actual isofrane.
I might be mistaken but I think the OM straps are every bit as long as the Isos and Z22s; I'll check with them to see if that's true.

Thanks for the suggestion. :-!
 

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BSF, the combo looks just great. The OEM rubber isn't very hot IMO and even though the Iso may be the same length it behaves itself far far better. I honestly don't think you need to go to the expense of getting an Iso as the current pairing looks so good.
 

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Hi try the strap from the SRP655K1/SRP653K1.
I have the former watch and its punching way above its price.
The strap is better than my SBBN015 Tuna i bought the strap from the SBBN017 to fit my tuna .
 

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That straps looks good to me.

Another suggestion is a composite strap.



I'm a big fan of these straps. They come in different color stitching, very affordable and very comfortable to boot.

Maratac sells their version of it, but I find the one's sold on ebay by timepiecerebulic fit my 7" wrist better. (IE: I'm not on the last hole like on the Maratac and the feel of the strap actually feels more cloth-like versus the more slick rubbery feel of the Maratacs). Can't go wrong with either though.
 

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I just got a SRP639 and while I love everything else about the watch, I had to change the strap (too long).

I thought a Hadley Roma with yellow stitching would go well with the yellow accents on the watch but now that it's on the watch, I'm not so sure... What do you think?

Any ideas on what might work better? I like Isofranes but they're same length as the Seiko strap...

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Thanks!
Little late to this thread, but I love what you have going there, great watch/strap combo!
 
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