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Apple Watch: How to swap bandsYou can go from pastel rubber to stainless steel links in seconds, thanks to a pretty clever band mechanism on the Apple Watch. Take a closer look.
This is the Apple Watch, and I'm gonna show you how to swap the bands out. Now it turns out the bands are pretty easy to change, and that's good news because whatever type you get, you can get a band from any of the other designs that they're in stock and you can swap them out. So you can add a steel band, or a sport band. Why would you do that? Maybe you find one you like, maybe you find one that works better for working out, or you just, you know, wanna get one more for the color. Now these all work with a little clasp mechanism on the back. It's not your standard watch band. It has a little button that you push on each side and once you do that it releases the clasp, take a little bit of effort and you slide it. If you got one of these bands like the steel ones that connects all the way through. You're gonna have to wedge out the band on each side, a little bit at a time that's the watch without a band. Now here's them sports bands to show you what they look like, a blue 1 let's say. All you do is you line it up in there you push, that's it it's in. That's really the whole thing it's incredibly easy, but to show you it is easy it can be done. And you'll do it in seconds. They're probably gonna be a lot of third party bands, and so, there may be options if you buy the entry level sports one that may suit your interest. That's how you replace a band on an Apple Watch. I'm Scott Stein. [MUSIC]