Your iPod nano watch options just got a bit more colorful, thanks to Griffin’s new Slap wristband. It appears to be the most protective and colorful option yet.
The Slap wristband is made entirely of a soft silicone wrapped spring steal wristband. This makes the wristband worn by slap into your hands, then slap around your wrist. Slap was equipped with a generous frame of silicone that holds your iPod securely and shrugs off bumps and jolts. It is available in eight different color (like the rainbow color): Black, Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Purple and Pink. Slap protects the dock connector and volume controls. When it comes to time, you can press the Sleep/Wake button through the frame to check the time or control iTunes. It will be cost for $$25 and soon to be available at Griffin.
Introducing from Dievas Watch Band Company, The 6th generation of iPod Nano’s certainly took accessories and cases to a new level when many companies started designing watch straps to hold the latest iPod Nano. Watch my Nano company wants to turn your iPod Nano into a watch. They have added four new styles from their collection. In addition to their original 10 colors they now have Red James Bond, Blue James Bond, Red with a white stripe, and Light Blue with a white stripe. The difference being with these watch straps is that they are made of nylon and are very fashionable. So much so that you would absolutely wear these to accessorize an outfit.
The Dievas Watch Band and Watch my Nano Company have teamed up to give consumers a slew of different designs and they all retail for $19 each.
The HEX Watch Band is not the first Nano Watch Band we’ve seen, but it looks like it may be the best one so far. It is the slickest and you will have it for $24.99.
The first Watch Band they added a watch strap to the iPod Nano slipped through the Nano’s pocket clip. Unlike the HEX works much better, with a custom fitted holder that’s also designed to protect the Nano from knocks and scratches.
The silicone Hex strap comes in nine groovy colors, and has a square compartment that the entire Nano can slip into. There’s even a hole for the headphone jack, so you can still listen to your tunes while wearing it.
As the company’s cartoon infographic says, you just pop it in the case, and presto, it’s a watch!What also nice is that it provides some protection for your Nano and has some integrated control buttons.
imagine if the nano had bluetooth capabilities ..wireless headphones would definitely be a plus!…that’s it!.
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