Apple Watch is a luxurious wearable device and boasts of cutting-edge technologies. While everything about the Watch seems to be making the indelible impression, the high price of the Apple Watch bands doesn’t appear to win too many Apple fans. Most people wonder why they should spend so much money on bands.
If you are also one of those who wish to buy Apple Watch and look forward to having a nice third-party watch band at a reasonable low price, there is a reason to feel great.
Casetify, the custom accessory maker has created some of the popular custom cases which have been highly appreciated by users.
Casetify has now introduced customized Apple Watch bands. You can now design your own Apple Watch bands with your photos with a variety of custom looks.
You can use Casetify’s mobile app or design features of its website to personalize your own bands by adding photos. Also you can use your Facebook or Instagram photos as well as you can upload photos right from your PC to design your band.
Made with polycarbonate silicone material, the bands come with both 38mm and 42mm sizes. It provides three different layouts which users can use to design their bands. Moreover, users can enhance the images that they have added to the band.
Casetify also offers a range of pre-designed Apple Watch bands. If you are not fond of customizing or giving the personal touch to your accessory, you can pick your favorite band. The host of customized bands presents you a healthy option for your watch.
You can pre-order the custom designed Apple Watch bands. The watch band has been priced at $50. However, you will have to wait for a few months before you would be able to have this band as it will ship from early June.
If you have a liking for customized stuff or enjoy making things your own way, Casetify custom watch bands will win you over. This band should appeal you from every aspect you would look at it; price, design or style.
That’s all, folks!
Jignesh Padhiyar is the co-founder of iGeeksBlog.com, who has a keen eye for news, rumors, and all the unusual stuff around Apple products. During his tight schedule, Jignesh finds some moments of respite to share side-splitting content on social media.