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- Fits 22mm Watch
- Stealth Black
- Light Polyurethane Link Bracelet
- Flexible Link Movement
- Screw In Pins
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This stealth black band is made of extremely flexible links that contour to the shape of your wrist. This band may look like black PVD but is actually a very light Polyurethane material and would be perfect for any 22mm Luminox watches. Screw in pins for easy link removal. (PU66) This band will also fits the LG Round Smartwatch "G Watch" that takes this size and Pebble Smartwatch that takes this size.
- Package Dimensions: 7.1 x 2.1 x 0.6 inches
- Shipping Weight: 0.32 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B004HZBOWM
- Item model number: PU66-22mm
- Date first available at Amazon.com: January 4, 2011
- Average Customer Review:
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|Band width||22 millimeters|
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Well, it does work and go well with a Pebble watch, but needs a little modification to fit properly. Using an X-Acto knife (hobby knife, razor blade) I had to trim the edges of the band that inserts into the watch so it would fit well. It took only a few minutes and was relatively easy to do since the band is made from a hard rubber.
I did have to remove/cut away a bit of plastic where the band connects to the watch, (as seen in some other reviews) so that it would fit properly. This is where the links being made of plastic came in handy. Just be careful not to remove too much plastic like I did, this can make the band occasionally pop loose from the watch when pulled on, (like getting caught on the seatbelt while getting out of the car) but this has only happened two or three times in the past year that I've been using it every day.
I would recommend this as a nice replacement watch band as long as you don't mind the plastic links. Even though it is plastic it is still tough, light, stylish and the double locking metal clasp stays closed without any problems... at least for me.
The band itself is fully adjustable, from the micro adjustments withing the clasp, and the individual removable links. Providing the exact fit for every wrist. Comfort?? This band doesn't pinch you skin, or pull your hair. And best of all, you get look of a metal band without the noise or weight. = AWSOME
To remove the links, you will need two of the tiny little screw drivers (such as those sold in those little glasses fixit packs - or for you tech heads, its the 1.4mm flat head screw drivers. With those in hand, put the head of one driver in the slot on one side, and use the other driver to twist out the screws. The pins within the links are a tubular pin and a screw that goes into that.
To re-size the clasp, simply use a standard or # 1 paper clip, and straighten out part of it. Use it as a pin to push the spring loaded pin and it should slip out - You can also use a paperclip to push out the pin where the band joins the watch
As noted by several reviewers, the ends of the band need to be trimmed slightly to fit Pebble lugs. This was easy to do with a pocketknife, basically making a 45 degree diagonal cut at the end of the point were the band narrows to fit the lugs. You are removing about 1mm of material. Easy to do and understand when you have it in hand.
I did have an issue with the screws that hold the band together. I found it difficult to unscrew some of them, it seemed like they were rotating freely without coming loose. Indeed I found that threads on some of screws were stripped, and the two halves were held together by friction, and not the threads. These had an unfortunate tendency to come apart in use. However, I was able to identify the broken screws, and used cyanoacrylate (Krazy Glue) to fix them in place (put a drop of glue on the socket, thread it through the band, and push the other half of the screw into place).
I've read other reviews complaining about the screws coming loose, and while it's too early to tell if that will be an issue, I will update this review if that does happen.
If I had any complaints, it would be that the band doesn't fit the Pebble right out of the box and like others suggested, I had to shave the ends a bit with a hobby knife. Given that the band was not made to fit the Pebble and is not marketed as such, I don't see this as negative.