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Best Buy.com has Apple Sport Bands for Apple Watch (various designs, 38mm or 42mm) on sale from $24.49. Shipping is free. Thanks marip

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Apple brand 38mm and 42mm watch bands are on sale at Bestbuy. Sport bands (including Nike) and sport loops are $24.50 and the leather loop and classic band are $74.50. The Milanese loop in space black 38mm is $99.50. I've been looking for a leather loop for a little while and this is the best price I could find for brand new from a reputable company.

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I said will likely. It was a heads up. They have burned me a few times with their freebies. Take the stick out of your ass
So you admit you had no idea what you were talking about? Got it.
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OP, fix the title. The ones on sale are not just Sport Bands.
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People are saying the sport loop 42mm is actually longer than the new 44mm. Is this true?
Wanna replace the silicone sport band. It makes me itchy.
I'm not sure if they are longer but I can say when I switched my silicone sport band to a sport loop, it was way more comfortable. My problem was the silicone made me sweaty. I use the silicone to work out and the sport loop if I'm on a long flight now.
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Some people just prefer OEM and are willing to pay the premium. I used to just get any case for my iPhone then tried the Apple silicone/leather cases and now won't use anything else. The feel and fit is just better than third party accessories.
A case is 100% different. The sole purpose is to protect your $500-$1,000 product. I understand people not wanting some cheap Chinese knockoff on that but honestly you can get much better cases then apple cases for that price point. Same applies to bands. If you are buying a 50 or 100 band, You can get some higher quality 3rd party ones at that price.

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I agree its over priced but the quality is excellent compared to what we get from 3rd party sellers.
the quality is "excellent" when comparing a $30 apple band to a $3 knockoff. I even still doubt that because they are identical. When you compare a $30 apple band to another $30 band, it goes much further. I mean people paying $75 for this apple band it is just comical. You can get a MUCH better leather band for that price point (at least for normal watch bands)
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Another tough guy sitting in his mother's basement. The word likely means not 100%. Ask your mom after you finish breastfeeding
Lol ok
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what the heck is everyone doing that their 3rd party watch bands turn to crap lol. just because something is OEM doesn't necesssarily means it's way better in quality (can be sometimes ofc). I highly doubt apple bands are worth X amounts better than the generics. I can get way more bands for the price of 1 apple band. these are just bands for god's sake lol
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Disagree I've been using the cheap generics for 2 years. They look as good as the day I got them. I have a fake sports band and a fake Milanese band. Paid next to nothing for them.

Basically saved enough to buy another watch
do u mind linking those? the generic ones i've gotten all turn out terrible and break after a month
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OP, fix the title. The ones on sale are not just Sport Bands.
My original title stated Apple brand bands 38mm and 42mm $25-75. The title and my wording was changed (not by me) when it went FP
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My wife had a highly rated Amazon sport band. It caused her to itch and was clearly not the same quality. I am not one for oem usually but when you wear it everyday spend the extra 10 dollars.
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Damn all the good colors are sold out. Would've loved to pick up a red and light blue sport band. Nothing compares to that soft touch suppleness of an apple OEM band
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Not really a deal, considering third party bands from same materials got for much less on EBay and Amazon. I can understand brand loyalty, but paying 3x or more for the same exact thing is just nuts
50% off of something is a deal regardless if you don't like the item.
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does the 42mm fit on the 44mm? 2mm = negligible difference? LMAO
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does the 42mm fit on the 44mm? 2mm = negligible difference? LMAO
It's exactly the same size. Apple just changed the number on the newer bands to 44m to reflect the change in screen size of the new Apple watch
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Ordered a classic buckle saddle brown. The generic leather one I bought from Best Buy about 2 years ago causes a rash on my wrist and I can't wear my watch until it goes away. Hoping the Apple one is safe
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People complaining over price, sigh.

The way I see it, you're playing Russian roulette buying 3rd party. By the time you find a decent one, if unlucky, you've spent the same as you would buying an Apple one at a discount.

P.S. ive bought apple nylon bands at Walmart before for like $12
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