Apple Watch gets crazy colorful with this bright Candy band — save 15%


SwitchEasy Candy band for Apple Watch
It's significantly more affordable than Apple's.
Photo: SwitchEasy

Is your Apple Watch beginning to look a little drab and boring? Give it a brightly colored makeover with SwitchEasy’s tasty Candy band, made from a soft, braided nylon that’s just as comfortable as it is attractive.

Despite its brilliant built quality, it’s also significantly more affordable than Apple’s own braided bands for Apple Watch — especially when you can get it for 15% less.

Candy band makes Apple Watch more colorful

The Candy band is made of up hundreds of dazzlingly colorful strands of nylon, all tightly woven together to be soft, lightweight, and durable. It wraps nicely around your wrist, and it’s elasticated for all-day comfort.

Its woven nylon design, which is combined with durable metal buckles for additional strength, also means the Candy band is breathable and water-resistant, making it ideal for workouts as well as casual, everyday wear.

SwitchEasy Candy band for Apple Watch
Hundreds of strands of colorful nylon.
Photo: SwitchEasy

Unlike Apple’s own Braided Solo Loop, SwitchEasy’s is adjustable, so when your wrist expands and contracts (or you put on a little winter weight, as we all do), you can always guarantee a comfortable fit.

It’s affordable, too

Its other big advantage over the official Braided Solo Loop? The Candy band, which is compatible with all Apple Watch models, is significantly more affordable at just $27.99 after a 15% discount, whereas Apple’s is a rather eye-watering $99.

Order your SwitchEasy Candy band from the Cult of Mac Store today for both 38/40/41mm and 42/44/45mm Apple Watch variants.


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