|Item Weight||0.3 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||3.6 x 1.6 x 1.5 inches|
|Item model number||44589-A-13065|
|Number of Items||1|
Nonslip Band Black Silicone Wrist Strap for iPod Nano 6
We don't know when or if this item will be back in stock.
- iPod Nano 6 clips right into the slit.
- Silicone enables easy application and removal.
- One size fits most.
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Top Customer Reviews
So I like the band for casual use but not for workouts unless you find some kind of plastic bag or something to wrap your nano in.
-Encases your iPod in a silicone case. Unlike other wristbands which leave your iPod simply clipped onto something with it fully exposed to being bumped into or scraped against anything, this encases it in protective silicone so if you bump your wrist into something while walking/running/flailing your arms around, you're probably not going to damage your iPod too much. (I'd also suggest you get some screen protectors so you don't scratch the face.)
-Silicone band and metal clasp feel secure for light wear.
-Wristband doesn't easily fall off. I tested the band in different situations to see if it could easily fall off and I couldn't get it to come off without having to maneuver the clasp around by hand.
-Leaves the connector port open. Easily connect it to your computer/charger without having to take it out of the case.
-Some complained that this wristband is too big, looks like a man's watch, etc. Well, your iPod Nano 6th gen isn't exactly a petite piece of hardware. No matter what wristband you get, the iPod isn't going to change size, sit your iPod on your wrist without a case/wristband and look at it; any wristband you get, it's still going to look like a big, man's watch.
-Probably not good for heavy activities. I wouldn't trust this wristband in a situation where it might get caught on something and get tugged firmly; The thinner silicone around your iPod feels like it could rip, if in such a situation.
-The hole for the headphone jack could have been a little bigger, I have to wiggle my headphone connector in the opening to get the silicone to give enough room for it to go in.
Cons: smelled like chemicals; the metal clasp was installed incorrectly, as in, the larger piece was backwards, so it was non-functional; I was able to disassemble the clasp (the metal bar running through the watch band contains a spring) and correct the orientation, though the metal bar is a pain to get back in place
Other thoughts: For those unaware, the 6th gen iPod nano does not change its screen orientation like iOS devices, but rather, you can change the orientation by using two fingers to twist the screen to the orientation of your choosing. So you may wear the watch either way.
Oh, and if you don't already know how to rotate your Ipod's screen to wear this as a wrist watch, go to page 11 of the Ipod Nano 6th Generation manual found here: [...]
Based on ability not to be able to get a good contact on the 3.5mm out plug connector The wrist band has no value. I contacted the seller through the Amazon site and the money paid was credited back to me promptly. Perhaps the quality control on this item varies greatly as other review did not disclose this problem
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It worked well for a few weeks, then the strap broke. I wanted to order another one but they are no longer in stock.Published 12 months ago by Jeriel Cherry
Not a product worth time or money. My iPod has fallen out of this band and been a waste of my money. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Garrett
Looks a little cheap, but the price is right, and the item holds the Nano very well.Published 16 months ago by beverly