Most Apple Watch Bands Sold Separately, Range From $49 for Sport Band to $449 for the Link Bracelet

Most Apple Watch Bands Sold Separately, Range From $49 for Sport Band to $449 for the Link Bracelet

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Most Apple Watch Bands will be available for separate purchase as accessories, as mentioned in Apple's Spring Forward event. While the Apple Watch does come pre-configured with certain arrangements (Sport, Watch, and Edition), you can purchase bands separately if you wish. While most bands are available as separate accessories, at this time, you can't purchase the Gold bands separately.

Sport Band - $49
Because it’s made from a custom high-performance fluoroelastomer, the Sport Band is durable and strong, yet surprisingly soft. The smooth, dense material drapes elegantly across your wrist and feels comfortable next to your skin. An innovative pin-and-tuck closure ensures a clean fit.

The sport band is available in white, blue, green, pink, and black. Just like the Apple Watch Sport, the separate sport band comes in two bands: one small-medium band and one medium-large band. Available in 38mm (S/M and M/L) and 42mm sizes (S/M and M/L).

Most Apple Watch Bands Sold Separately, Range From $49 for Sport Band to $449 for the Link Bracelet

Leather Loop - $149
The Venezia leather for this band is handcrafted in Arzignano, Italy. With an artisan heritage spanning five generations, the tannery has a history of partnership with some of the most prestigious names in fashion. A delicate milling and tumbling process enhances the beautiful pebbled texture. This traditional craftsmanship is combined with an innovative approach to design. Magnets concealed within the soft, quilted leather allow you to simply wrap it around your wrist for a precise fit and a trim look.

Available in stone, light brown, bright blue, and black in sizes medium and large

Most Apple Watch Bands Sold Separately, Range From $49 for Sport Band to $449 for the Link Bracelet

Classic Buckle - $149
From the renowned ECCO tannery in the Netherlands, the Dutch leather used for this band is milled to give the grain a subtle, distinctive texture. The simple closure is crafted from the same stainless steel as the case. It’s a beautiful take on a traditional band design.

Available in black in 38mm and 42mm sizes.

Most Apple Watch Bands Sold Separately, Range From $49 for Sport Band to $449 for the Link Bracelet

Milanese Loop - $149
A modern interpretation of a design developed in Milan at the end of the 19th century. Woven on specialized Italian machines, the smooth stainless steel mesh wraps fluidly around your wrist. And because it’s fully magnetic, the Milanese Loop is infinitely adjustable, ensuring a perfect fit.

Available in 38mm and 42mm sizes.

Most Apple Watch Bands Sold Separately, Range From $49 for Sport Band to $449 for the Link Bracelet

Modern Buckle - $249
A small French tannery established in 1803 produces the supple Granada leather for this elegant band. The smooth top-grain leather is lightly milled and tumbled to maintain its refined texture. What looks like a solid buckle is actually a two-piece magnetic closure that’s delightfully simple to secure. We also added an inner layer of Vectran weave for strength and stretch resistance. It’s the same material NASA used to make the landing airbags for the Mars Rover spacecraft.

This band is available in soft pink, brown, midnight blue, and black in sizes small, medium and large.

Most Apple Watch Bands Sold Separately, Range From $49 for Sport Band to $449 for the Link Bracelet

Link Bracelet - $449
Crafted from the same 316L stainless steel alloy as the case, the Link Bracelet has more than 100 components. The machining process is so precise, it takes nearly nine hours to cut the links for a single strap. In part that’s because they aren’t simply a uniform size, but subtly increase in width as they approach the case. Once assembled, the links are brushed by hand to ensure that the texture follows the contours of the design. The custom butterfly closure folds neatly within the bracelet. And several links feature a simple release button, so you can add and remove links without any special tools.

Available in 32mm and 42mm sizes.
Most Apple Watch Bands Sold Separately, Range From $49 for Sport Band to $449 for the Link Bracelet

Apple Watch Magnetic Charger - $29
We wanted to make charging your Apple Watch utterly effortless. So we arrived at a solution that combines our MagSafe technology with inductive charging. It’s a completely sealed system free of exposed contacts. And it’s very forgiving, requiring no precise alignment. You simply hold the connector near the back of the watch, where magnets cause it to snap into place automatically.

There is a 2 meter charger available for $39 as well.

Most Apple Watch Bands Sold Separately, Range From $49 for Sport Band to $449 for the Link Bracelet

Apple has posted a size chart [PDF] that you can download to get a better understanding of the sizing behind the Apple Watch.

Which band is your favorite?
Yousefq25 - March 11, 2015 at 5:51am
what i'm trying to figure out is: can you use the leather bands with the sport model watches..? i'm asking cause it seems that no matter where you look on the net, the sport models are never presented on one of the other bands (just the rubber ones)..! i'm hoping that's not another STUPID APPLE RESTRICTION...!?
Grumu - March 11, 2015 at 12:02pm
These so-called Apple restrictions aren't limiting your choices, but that's like saying "is Apple going to keep me from buying a silicon case for my 6 plus?" Not to mention Apple said any watch can have any strap to swap out, so...
bigjiba - March 10, 2015 at 2:44am
too pricey. but at least there will be 3rd party ones. i suppose if i had the rubber bracelet it damn well last for a few years or i expect them to replace for free under warranty if they think the material is so good. trust me, the rubber one is a few bucks to manufacture.
iTouchMYself - March 9, 2015 at 11:20pm
No way the magnet is strong enough to endure day to day encounters and stay on on the Milanese loop
Jerrilyn Stover - March 9, 2015 at 11:13pm
Is the pink truly pink? It appears as peach or coral? Is it a true baby pink??? I hope so!
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