iWatchz outs latest iPod nano watchband

iPod nano 6G gets another watchband.

@ShaneMcGlaun
Published Wed, Nov 24 2010 2:04 PM CST   |   Updated Mon, Oct 19 2020 8:13 PM CDT
Once the first watchbands for taking the latest gen iPod nano and turning it into a wristwatch surfaced, the floodgates opened and hoards of the things spilled onto the market. Another new watchband has surfaced today that look similar to the Griffin Slap watchband from a week or so back. The main difference is that the iWatchz bands unveiled today use normal buckles to close the band.

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The iWatchz bands are in the Q Collection and it can be had in seven different colors including black, white, red, pink, blue, green, and orange. All colors are $24.99 each and can be ordered right now. The band is made from silicon.

Installing the gen 6 nano into the band is easy to do with no tools. The nano just clicks into the band and the controls and ports are left uncovered. The thing is available right now in Apple Stores around the country and the solution is claimed to be the thinnest on the market.

"When we developed the nanoclipz system we had several goals in mind. The product had to be stylish, simple to use, affordable, and had to ensure the iPod nano would remain secure while still giving the user access to all the functionality of the device (earphone jack, buttons, and charge/sync port)," offers the company president. "We are very excited to bring this product to market in time for the holiday season and are well prepared to ensure users can get their hands on our product immediately."
NEWS SOURCE:iwatchz.com

Shane is a long time technology writer who has been writing full time for over a decade. Shane will cover all sorts of news for TweakTown including tech and other topics. When not writing about all things geeky, he can be found at the track teaching noobs how to race cars.

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