Isn’t it great to know that by simply changing a watch strap with another can give a watch an entire new look. Let’s take the New Apple watch Series 6 as an example since I’ve recently just picked one up.
Just at the Apple store alone, there are countless Apple watch bands to choose from. With various options like the silicone one loop rubber strap, recycled yarn interwoven with silicone threads, fluoroelastomer rubber sports strap, flexible nylon, leather, and even stainless steel, you’re bound to pick up an additional strap or two upon leaving the store.
However, for someone like myself whose not very skilled when it comes to changing a bracelet, it can be frustrating and painful at the same time when you’re trying to insert that darn spring bar into the lug hole, and you end up missing the hole and poked yourself with the spring bar tool.
With the invention of the user friendly ‘quick release spring bar’, it has made my life a whole lot easier, since I no longer have problems with changing a watch band. From going to the gym right from the office, I’m now able to swap out my leather strap into a sports rubber strap as quickly as tying my shoes.
Now that the problem with changing a watchstrap has been solved, you can go back to choosing all sorts available OEM watch bands for your watch. Be sure to check out Strapcode’s entire collection of quick release watchbands which consist of leather, canvas, rubber, nylon, paracord, and even stainless steel mesh bands.
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Written by Sam
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