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    Re: Show us your straps!

    Just picked up a new Apple Watch, 4.44. Came with the rubber strap, put on this Amazon special, basically a clone of the Apple Sport Loop band but in a much wider range of colors. Kind of looks like a nylon Nato band, but has a velcro closure and the band material has a bit of give to it.

    ✔ Super comfortable.
    ✔ Looks great.
    ✔ Doesn't have metal parts that rub against my laptop when I type.
    ✔ Easily adjustable.

    $7, with free same day delivery? Sold! Just ordered a couple more in different colors.

    Is it as high quality as an Apple sport strap? Surely not, but with how easy it is to change straps on the Apple watch, we will keep this one in rotation for a while!

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    Re: Show us your straps!

    Is there anything for attaching an Apple Watch onto the same strap as a normal watch? I know about Sinn's solution, but it is expensive and seems clunky at best.

    Asking because I'm looking at getting a series 4 primarily as a health monitor and am not entirely sure I like the notion of dual-wristing with it.
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    Re: Show us your straps!

    Quote Originally Posted by itsmemuffins View Post
    Nice! Which strap is this?

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    Re: Show us your straps!

    Quote Originally Posted by pfb View Post
    Just picked up a new Apple Watch, 4.44. Came with the rubber strap, put on this Amazon special, basically a clone of the Apple Sport Loop band but in a much wider range of colors. Kind of looks like a nylon Nato band, but has a velcro closure and the band material has a bit of give to it.

    ✔ Super comfortable.
    ✔ Looks great.
    ✔ Doesn't have metal parts that rub against my laptop when I type.
    ✔ Easily adjustable.

    $7, with free same day delivery? Sold! Just ordered a couple more in different colors.

    Is it as high quality as an Apple sport strap? Surely not, but with how easy it is to change straps on the Apple watch, we will keep this one in rotation for a while!
    When I had mine the Amazon "Sport Loop" was always my go to. I had 7 or 8 different colors, and just rotated them as needed. Definitely the most comfortable band I found. The olive color as you show was one of my favorites.

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    Re: Show us your straps!

    Quote Originally Posted by jlatassa View Post
    Nice! Which strap is this?
    +1
    Where is that from?

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    Re: Show us your straps!

    Quote Originally Posted by watchcrank View Post
    Is there anything for attaching an Apple Watch onto the same strap as a normal watch? I know about Sinn's solution, but it is expensive and seems clunky at best.

    Asking because I'm looking at getting a series 4 primarily as a health monitor and am not entirely sure I like the notion of dual-wristing with it.
    I thought about this option as well, but then I read the HR monitor on the AW is not designed to function on the inside of the wrist. Knowing that, I figured it would be ineffective for reliable HR info. I guess it would still suffice for counting steps and such.


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    Re: Show us your straps!

    Quote Originally Posted by Johnjm View Post
    +1
    Where is that from?

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    Its one I made myself.


    The lugs you can find on amazon, eBay, AliExpress. Are sure they are 24mm

    The rubber strap is for here Also 24mm
    Newest Fashion Black Silicone Rubber Waterproof Watch Strap Band Deployment Buckle 20 22 24 MM-in Watchbands from Watches on Aliexpress.com | Alibaba Group

    The clasp is from here choose your colour.

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/20mm-Watch-...0401188?_ul=IE

    The rubber straps are so cheap I would suggest you order several. Just in case. Because you have to cut them to size. I boil the straps to make the. Conform to my wrists better. Just boil some water in a kettle the. Pour the boiling water into a pirex dish with the two pieces of the strap. Let it sit for a couple of minutes then mould each part in an L shape under cold water.

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    Re: Show us your straps!

    Quote Originally Posted by itsmemuffins View Post
    Its one I made myself.


    The lugs you can find on amazon, eBay, AliExpress. Are sure they are 24mm

    The rubber strap is for here Also 24mm
    Newest Fashion Black Silicone Rubber Waterproof Watch Strap Band Deployment Buckle 20 22 24 MM-in Watchbands from Watches on Aliexpress.com | Alibaba Group

    The clasp is from here choose your colour.

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/20mm-Watch-...0401188?_ul=IE

    The rubber straps are so cheap I would suggest you order several. Just in case. Because you have to cut them to size. I boil the straps to make the. Conform to my wrists better. Just boil some water in a kettle the. Pour the boiling water into a pirex dish with the two pieces of the strap. Let it sit for a couple of minutes then mould each part in an L shape under cold water.
    Thanks!

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    Re: Show us your straps!

    Quote Originally Posted by Prdrers View Post
    I thought about this option as well, but then I read the HR monitor on the AW is not designed to function on the inside of the wrist. Knowing that, I figured it would be ineffective for reliable HR info.
    Useful info. Thank you.
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