This brilliant little online tool will help you determine, mix and match different Apple Watch styles, to give you an idea how the smartwatch will look according to your tastes. If you’re looking forward to grabbing the smartwatch but are unsure about the style you want to go with, head over the jump and indulge yourself in this Apple Watch dress up realm.
No, the website is not from Apple and it may just seem so with its neat minimal layout. MixYourWatch.com will allow you to mix and match the array of colors and materials the Apple Watch will be available in, including the different styles of bands once the wearable is launched. It would’ve been a complete deal had the components been treated with prices as well, but hopefully, once the prices are announced at the ‘Spring forward’ media event on the 9th of March, we may just see that. For now, you will have to do with the various styles only, and be careful treading into the ‘gold’ colors, unless you’re willing to dish out some serious change.
We get to see the two shades of Apple Watch (steel version) and two for the Apple Watch Sport (aluminum version), and two shades of gold for Watch Edition. The steel version of the watch comes in Space Gray color as well other than stainless steel, and it looks fantastic. With three types of bands on offer: fluoroelastomer, leather, and steel, there are plenty of colors to choose from to reach that perfect personalized style.
These various components are theoretically interchangeable, giving users some flexibility with their choice over time, but there are reports which suggest that Apple will only be selling particular bands with certain watch types. It does make sense, unless there are fans out there willing to try out a green PVC band with the gold Apple Watch Edition variant.
The Apple Watch has been touted by the company as more than just a smartwatch, where the aesthetics of the wearable are meant to appeal to the fashion conscious consumers out there as well. All these styles that can be tailored to your preferences is something that will definitely help Apple achieve the whole “most personal device ever” claim.
Head over to MixYourWatch.com and get started. And do share with us the combination you think suits you best!
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