Apple Watch bands are available in a variety of colors and styles. There are also numerous third-party options available. If you're looking for a new titanium or steel band, Nomad may have what you're looking for.
Nomad has released two new strap options for the 42mm and 44mm Apple Watches, which were announced today. They're both made of metal and have refined craftsmanship and features that set them apart. Both the Stainless Steel Apple Watch (polished graphite or silver) and the Titanium Apple Watch have new bands that are color-matched (brushed silver and black).
The stainless steel 316L custom lugs are color-matched to the rest of the band, and there's an ultra-slim clasp with N52 magnets to keep it closed. Nomad includes a custom adjustment tool in the package, as well as extra ties for bigger wrists. The prices are also reasonable. The Titanium Band is shown further down, while the Steel Band is shown just below.
The Steel Band of the Future
It's worth noting that neither the Steel nor the Titanium bands come with a complete case for the Apple Watch. It's just the straps that are different.
Having put that out of the way, here are the main details about Nomad's latest Steel Band:
- The buckle and ties are made of stainless steel Grade 316L.
- A scratch-resistant Diamond-Like Carbon (DLC) coating is included.
- Fits all Apple Watches with a diameter of 42mm or 44mm.
- Black or silver color choices are available.
- The cost is $149.95.
Titanium Band of Nomad
The Titanium Band is a little more expensive than the Steel Band, but that's understandable given the metal used. The following are the key points to remember about Nomad's other metal strap option:
- Both the ties and the buckle are made of Grade 2 titanium.
- There's also a scratch-resistant Diamond-Like Carbon (DLC) coating on this.
- Both 42mm and 44mm Apple Watch models are compatible.
- Silver and black are also options.
- The cost is $249.95.
What is Apple Watch?
Apple Watch is a range of smartwatches designed and manufactured by Apple Inc. It integrates with iOS and other Apple products and services and includes fitness monitoring, health-oriented capabilities, and wireless telecommunication.
The Apple Watch was launched by Apple Inc. in April 2015 and soon became the best-selling wearable device: 4.2 million units were sold in the second quarter of fiscal 2015, and by December 2020, more than 100 million people were expected to be wearing one.
With a few exceptions, Apple has launched new generations of the Apple Watch each September, each with improved internal components and branded as a 'Series' by Apple.
That's what there is to it. The new Titanium and Steel Bands from Nomad for the Apple Watch. They add a tinge of class to the smartwatch, particularly with the premium construction of both bands.
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