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Make sure that you use a band that corresponds to your Apple Watch case size. You can use a band that’s designed for Apple Watch (1st generation) or Apple Watch Series 1, 2, and 3 with Apple Watch Series 4, Apple Watch Series 5, Apple Watch SE, Apple Watch Series 6, and Apple Watch Series 7, as long as the sizes are compatible. Bands for 38mm, 40mm, and 41mm cases work with each other, and bands for 42mm, 44mm, and 45mm cases work with each other.
Most bands designed for Apple Watch Series 4, Apple Watch Series 5, Apple Watch SE, Apple Watch Series 6, and Apple Watch Series 7 work with any previous version of Apple Watch.
The Solo Loop and Braided Solo Loop bands are designed specifically for Apple Watch Series 4, Apple Watch Series 5, Apple Watch SE, Apple Watch Series 6, and Apple Watch Series 7.
Bands designed for early Apple Watch models also work with Apple Watch Series 4, Apple Watch Series 5, Apple Watch SE, Apple Watch Series 6, and Apple Watch Series 7.
Apple offers six types of bands for the Watch: the sport band, the leather loop, the classic buckle, the Milanese loop, the modern buckle, and the link bracelet, in ascending order of cost.
The sport band is made of fluoroelastomer (rubber), and can be had in black, white, pink, blue, or green. A small metal peg slots through a hole to serve as the clasp — for most bands, the peg is silver, but the black band is available with either a silver or space gray peg. All of the sport bands are available in both 38-millimeter and 42-millimeter versions, and can be purchased individually for $49. Notably, purchasing a sport band will actually net two bands — one small-medium band and one medium-large band, with the lengths varying depending on the case size.
The leather loop ($149) is made of Italian leather and utilizes a unique fold-over clasp system, with magnets embedded into the links. The entire band — including the lugs — is made of leather, with the exception of a metal ring around the slot where the band folds back over itself.
The classic buckle ($149) is available in black leather with stainless steel hardware for both 38-millimeter and 42-millimeter cases. The 38-millimeter model fits wrists between 125 and 200 millimeters, while the 42-millimeter model fits wrists between 145 and 215 millimeters.
The Milanese loop ($149) is made entirely of woven stainless steel mesh and sports a fold-over magnetic closure much like the leather loop. It's available for both 38-millimeter and 42-millimeter cases, with the 38-millimeter model fitting wrists between 130 and 180 millimeters while the 42-millimeter model fits wrists between 150 and 200 millimeters.
The modern buckle ($249) uses a stainless steel magnetic locking clasp and can be purchased with soft pink, brown, black, or midnight blue leather in small, medium, and large sizes. Small fits wrists between 135 and 150 millimeters, graduating to 145 to 165 millimeters for the medium band and 160 millimeters to 180 millimeters for the large band.
Finally, the link bracelet ($449) is made entirely of stainless steel and features a double-button deployment clasp. It's available for both case sizes, with the smaller 38-millimeter version suitable for wrists between 135 and 195 millimeters, compared to the 140 to 205 millimeter range for its larger sibling.
So, it is quite expensive to get the bands from Apple; however, there are other sellers like WristWatchStraps.co who gives you Apple watch band starting from as low as $5, and up to $50 depending upon the style, and material you want.
Yes, you can get different bands for Apple watch SE. Apple watch bands comes in various colors and style. Below are few of the band available from Apple:
However, why to limit your options just with the Apple. You can get wide range of variety to choose from the other sellers as well.
The 40mm Apple Watch is the standard version for series 4, 5, and 6, as well as the SE series. It also fits wrist sizes between 130–200mm.
You can use a band that's designed for Apple Watch (1st generation) and Apple Watch Series 1, 2, and 3 with Apple Watch Series 4 and later and Apple Watch SE as long as the sizes are compatible:
Yes, you can change the band on Apple SE Watch. Hold down the band release button, then slide the band across to remove it. If the band doesn't slide out, press the band release button again and make sure that you hold it down. Make sure that the text on the band is facing you, then slide the new band in until you feel and hear a click.
There are many colors available for Apple Watch SE band. Apple watch bands comes in various colors and style. Below are few of the band colors available from Apple:
However, why to limit your options just with the Apple. You can get wide range of variety to choose from the other sellers as well and at a very low cost.
So, what type of Apple Watch SE band do you like? There are a few different types to choose from, and the prices vary depending on the material of the band. If you’re looking for something that is durable and will last a long time, leather bands might be your best option. However, there are also Sport Bands made out of silicone that are perfect for athletes or people who are always on the go. And finally, if you want to add some personality to your watch, there are many different colors and designs of bands available. Let us know in the comments which type of band you prefer and why!
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