This classic wristband is made by the renowned ECCO tannery in the Netherlands. It's available only in black. The price: $149
Crafted from the same 316L stainless steel alloy as the case, the Link bracelet has more than 100 components. Apple says the machining process is so precise, it takes nearly nine hours to cut the links for a single strap. And several links feature a simple release button so you can add and remove links to change the sizes without needing any special tools. This is the most expensive band to date. It costs $449.
The band is made according to a design developed in Milan at the end of the 19th century. The smooth stainless-steel mesh wraps neatly around your wrist. Since it's fully magnetic, the Milanese Loop is highly adjustable and hence fits any wrist size perfectly. The price: $149.
The Sport Band is made from a custom high-performance fluoro-elastomer and is durable and strong. At the same time, Apple says it's very soft and smooth. It's also available in white, blue, green, and black as seen in next slides. The price: $49.
This leather loop is made of Venezia leather and handcrafted in Arzignano, Italy. Magnets concealed within the soft, quilted leather allow you to simply wrap it around your wrist for a precise fit and a trim look. Also available in stone, light brown and bright blue (shown in the following slides). The price: $149
Made by a small French tannery established in 1803, the Modern buckle's leather is lightly milled and tumbled to maintain its refined texture. What looks like a solid buckle is actually a two-piece magnetic closure that’s simple to secure. The band has an inner layer of Vectran weave, said to be the same material NASA used to make the landing airbags for the Mars Rover spacecraft, for strength and stretch resistance. This band is also brown, midnight blue and black, as seen in the next three slides. The price: $249.