CES 2011: IWatchz Shows Off New Carbon And Jelly Watchbands

Posted: Jan 10 2011, 9:47am CST | by , in News | CES

 
CES 2011: iWatchz shows off new Carbon and Jelly Watchbands
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More iPod nano watchbands

If you have hankering to turn your new iPod nano into a watch there is no shortage of bands to do so on the market. A couple new offerings surfaced last week at CES from iWatchz. The new bands include the Carbon and the Jelly lines.

The Jelly line is made from translucent silicon in bright colors. The Jelly line comes in pink, orange, red, green, blue, white, and grey. The Jelly bands will launch in February for $24.95.

The cooler of the new offerings is the Carbon collection. It has a matte black nanoclipz system for holding the nano on the band and comes in black carbon with six color options for the thread. The Carbon line will sell for $49.95 and it will be in Apple Stores too.

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