Who don’t love those Apple watches? I guess nobody! Today in this article we will be doing the full review of the apple watch series bands. So today I picked up the Apple watch sport band for the Apple watch. Previously I’ve gotten the stainless steel one with the Milanese loop, and I think this may have caused me to break out on my skin a little bit. One thing to remember that when you’re doing anything like mowing the lawn or whatever, then your wrists get sweaty and it’s pretty gross. So, lesson number one, never try to do any work where you’ll have to do lots of physical movement while wearing this Milanese loop, it’s not ideal for that kind of situations. So, I figured I’d pick up the sport band, and it comes in at a pretty expensive 50 dollars. But it is the cheapest of all of the different bands that you can get.
Hands-on review of Apple watch sport bands 42mm
This is a black sport band with a 316L stainless steel pin, and it’s for the 42 mm. They make it for the 38 mm as well. Once opened, you can pull the band out from the box. You’ll see the instructions and safety information inside the box, and we have got a couple of different loops depending on the length that you need. And on the instruction portion, it says that for optimal performance, you need to fit close to your wrist. Instructions are written in multiple languages. In the instruction, it further says you need to press the release button to change the band. Now, you can pick the exact band as per the size of your wrist. The smaller one is for those with small wrist size, and the larger one is for, the bigger the wrist size. For me, I can pretty much guarantee that I’m going to use the larger one here, on which it says medium-large. So, this is made of really soft material if you haven’t checked this out yet, it actually feels really nice as it’s not rubber or plastic, but its Fluoroelastomer. Fluoroelastomer is a new kind of material which is highly durable and resistant to various conditions such as heat, pressure, etc. It does not lose its shape easily unlike rubbers. It mentions as 42mm on the band. Now, let’s get our apple watch and what you do is you push the little button and slide it out, and you’ll see that it snaps and get locked into place easily. Now as we attached the band with the apple watch, let’s put it around your wrist. Once you wear it, if it looks or feels like it might be a little bit lost, then you should go one hole tighter. If you have tried the Milanese loop before, you’ll think that this sport band is different in feel. The Milanese loop is definitely a lot heavier than this sport band. This sport band feels more lightweight even though the stainless steel of apple watch is a little bit heavier.