Pick up a Milanese Loop band for your Apple Watch in all sizes for an incredibly low price of just $5.49. They’re available in several color options too.

The Apple Watch has created itself a great niche as a smart watch that focuses heavily on health, and with the watch almost routinely saving lives, you really can’t argue with that. When the Apple Watch was first launched however, the focus was on fashion, with interchangeable bands everywhere. That’s still the case, although to a lesser degree, but as always first-party bands are costly. Thankfully the third-party market is strong, and you can pick up a great Milanese Loop band for as low as $5.49.

These bands are available from Amazon and look very similar to the eye-wateringly costly Apple alternative, and if you enter the special discount code T63ZB7BK, you can pick one up from just $5.49.

Colors currently available include Black, Rose Gold, and Silver and they’re available in all sizes; 38mm, 40mm, 42mm, and 44mm to fit every Apple Watch ever sold.

No matter which color you go for you’ll get a band with a strong magnet for keeping everything together when worn, and there’s a one-year warranty included should you have any issues. Wrist sizes from 6.15-inches to 10.35-inches for the 42/44mm models and 5.9-inches to 9-inches for the 38/40mm bands are supported, too.

The Milanese Loop many not be a band for everyone, but if you do enjoy the metal look and feel then these are a great way of picking something up without having to spend big. In fact, we’d suggest every self-proclaiming Apple Watch band collector should have at least one Milanese Loop in their collection. If you don’t have one yet, now is the time to fix that.

Buy: Penom Compatible with Apple Watch Band 44mm 40mm 42mm 38mm, iWatch Bands Milanese Loop Replacement for Series 4 3 2 1 from Amazon: $5.49 using code T63ZB7BK | Original price: $9.99-$11.99

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