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Tired of boring Apple Watch bands? Try this.

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We bet you're wondering where she got that Apple Watch band.
We bet you're wondering where she got that Apple Watch band.
Photo: Cult of Mac Store

At the end of the day, it seems like there are only so many types of Apple Watch bands. Leather. Stainless steel. Nylon. But what about something cool and cosmopolitan you don’t see everywhere? We think we found just the thing.

Goldenerre is known for some pretty glamorous accessories, and its Leather Link Apple Watch Band is an interesting option. It hand-wrapped leather links alternate with gleaming metallic ones for an exciting look. Check it out below and in the Cult of Mac Store.

Goldenerre Leather Link Apple Watch Band

“No boring accessories!” Goldenerre says, by way of introduction. “Genuine, hand-wrapped leather links alternate with gleaming links to upgrade every moment with your Apple Watch.”

The band’s materials are up to snuff. You get genuine leather and brass with high-quality gold, rose gold, or silver ion plating, depending on which of the three versions you choose. The bands are nickel-free.

Fits all Apple Watches and most wrists sizes

The bands comes in three styles: gold, rose gold and silver.
The bands comes in three styles: gold, silver and rose gold.
Photo: Goldenerre

The band fits all Apple Watch Series 1-8, Apple Watch SE1 and SE2, plus Hermes and Nike editions.

Sizing-wise, “one size fits most.” The band ships in a gift box with four removable links to customize the fit for wrist sizes, from 5 inches to 7.25 inches. And you can request additional links by emailing the company at hello@goldenerre.com.

Note that the product does not include an Apple Watch.

Price: $158

Where to buy: Cult of Mac Store

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