Apple Introduces Bigger Sports And Link Bracelet Options For Apple Watch

Posted: Aug 15 2015, 11:27am CDT | by , in News | Apple

Apple Introduces Bigger Sports and Link Bracelet Options For Apple Watch

Apple Watch gets new band sizes

Apple today included two new accessories for Apple Watch. These accessories will make the wearable fit wrists as huge as 245mm.

The first accessory is called Link Bracelet Kit. It costs $49 from Apple. It also incorporates six extra links to expand the Link Bracelet to fit wrists as extensive as 245mm.

Apple likewise today presented another Sport band size in L/XL that. It additionally also fits up to 245mm wrists. The previous Sport band just stretched out to 210mm.

Apple just seems to be offering its Link Bracelet Kit in silver, leaving users of the Space Black Link Bracelet oblivious.

Apple touts that the Link Bracelet Kit incorporates the same kind of connections as the standard band. It implies that no unique tools are obliged to include and remove them.

The L/XL Sport band is just accessible in white and black hue choices. They are created from the same stainless steel combination as the case and the Link Bracelet.

These links augment the 42mm stainless steel Link Bracelet by an extra 40mm. Also, on account of a basic release button, you can include and uproot them without any specific tools.

Apple's Link Bracelet Kit is accessible online now for $49 and ships in 5-7 business days. On the other hand an L/XL Sport band also cost $49 and ships in the same 5-7 business days.

Furthermore, Apple has also stocked standalone Modern Buckle bands for 38mm stainless steel Apple Watches.

The $249 option has been listed as a band available for purchasing on its own since the Watch launched earlier this year, but until today it has been unavailable.

The most recent transportation will begin from late August around the 24th.

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