Apple’s leather Apple Watch bands are pretty awesome, but they’re also pretty costly. At $149, it’s not the kind of money everyone is ready to pay. Thankfully, there are some alternatives that not only offer the opportunity to save a small fortune, but also look pretty sweet, too. Some of those bands come courtesy of top4cus via Amazon.
Some of the bands that top4cus offers are currently available at a pretty huge discount if you enter a special discount code when checking out. That code takes a band that would normally cost $14 and makes it just $6.99, meaning these bands can be yours for half of their usual price. Discounts like that don’t come often. Especially when they have ratings as good as these do.
All of the bands are made of full grain genuine leather, which means that they are not water-resistant. They’ll fit most wrists ranging from 6.3-7.9 inches and there are ten holes for easy adjustment when being worn. These bands are also designed for the 42/44mm Apple Watch, so keep that in mind when you’re placing your order.
We love the Apple Sport Band, but there is no denying that a watch immediately looks a little classier when it’s accompanied by a nice leather band. These bands will dress your wrist up nicely, and will be great for use in more formal occasions where your normal band just won’t cut it.
Head over to the link below, choose your style, enter the discount code, and become a proud owner of a leather Apple Watch band
Buy: top4cus Genuine Leather iwatch Strap Replacement Band Stainless Metal Clasp from Amazon: $6.99 with code ZT4YS25Y | Original price: $14
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