Apple Watch Sport Version Ships With Two Bands In The Box

Planning on getting an Apple Watch this April? Well, with that affordability question in everyone’s mind, there’s a good chance some of us are looking at the entry level Apple Watch Sport, and interestingly, the Cupertino company looks to be bundling an extra band in the package there. Head over the jump for further details.

As can be noted on the Cupertino company’s very own website, the Sport edition of Apple Watch will be shipping with two bands in the box, and is something that does not get carried onto the steel variant of the Apple Watch or the Apple Watch Edition.

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For a watch that comes in at $349 for the 38mm variant, and $399 for the 42mm one, the inclusion of two bands, which also happens to be of different sizes is pretty decent deal, especially considering that the Sport edition is more focused on being used as a fitness tracker, and unlike the steel or gold variants, will not be used sparingly.

The two bands are of small-medium and medium-large sizes coming in for wrist sizes of 135mm-156mm and 165mm-180mm, respectively. The size difference here will not have much of an impact on how well it fits for different people, but it does give users an extra band to be kept as a backup.

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Apart from the inclusion of the extra band for the Sport edition, Apple also revealed the complete pricing for different bands and accessories that would be available to buy for every model of the Apple Watch. The interesting thing to note here is that each band will be compatible with every variant of the watch, which means that you can use a Link Bracelet with a Sport edition without worrying about compatibility.

Let us know what you think about Apple’s choice of ‘fashion statements’ for the Apple Watch given the prices on record.

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