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Turn Apple Watch into high-end jewelry with this band

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Isn't it time you made your wearable an elegant piece of jewelry?
Isn't it time you made your wearable an elegant piece of jewelry?
Photo: Goldenerre

Your Apple Watch may be the ultimate tool, but it can also be beautiful jewelry with the right accessory. Goldenerre makes some remarkably pretty Apple Watch bands, and its Basketweave model is no exception.

Now available in the Cult of Mac Store in three lustrous finishes, you can get it for just $108.

Goldenerre Basketweave Apple Watch Band

Delicate links create a modern basketweave design in Goldenerre’s beautiful Apple Watch band. Made of high quality stainless steel, the basketweave band will transform your wearable into jewelry you love to show off.

Goldenerre makes the band from high-quality materials like nickel-free stainless steel in a silver finish or with gold or rose gold plating. The band is water-resistant.

Features to note:

You can get it in gold, rose gold or -- shown here -- silver.
You can get it in gold, rose gold or — shown here — silver.
Photo: Goldenerre
  • Fits all Apple Watch Series 1-8, Apple Watch SE1 and SE2, Hermes, Nike and Ultra editions. For the Ultra, select the larger size (42/44/45mm).
  • One size fits most: Ships with four removable links to customize the fit for wrist sizes 5.25in – 7.5in. Additional links may be added and can be requested by emailing hello@goldenerre.com.
  • Designed in San Francisco and imported.
  • Arrives in a Goldenerre gift box.
  • Does not include the Apple Watch or bracelets.
  • Available in gold, rose gold and silver colors.

Price: $108

Where to buy: Cult of Mac Store

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