iWatchz CLRCHR22BLK Q Collection Wrist Strap for iPod Nano 6G-Black (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- Wear your iPod nano like a watch
- The iWatchz WIS Clip positions the iPod nano in the most logical way with the headphone jack facing up the arm for quick and easy access to all buttons and connectors
- Bands are available in a variety of iPod matching colors plus a full range of additional styles
- Easily turn your iPod Nano into a stylish wristwatch
- Quick, secure attachment: Press, Slide and Click
- Full access to all buttons and connectors
- Premium silicone band and stainless steel hardware
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Turn your iPod Nano into a stylish wristwatch. The iWatchz nanoclipz has a unique system that utilizes the iPod Nanos own built-in clip to lock your iPod Nano 6th Generation securely on your wrist.
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It is very well designed, durable though not flashy and I appreciate the fact that it does not add any bulk to the nano 6G size, the way some other wristbands do. Wearing your nano 6G on your wrist, it has zero chances of dropping off or falling and puts your ear buds port in the perfect location to minimize the encumbrance of their cords. It leaves all ports and buttons easy to access and it is very easy to slide the nano clip securely into it (or off of it).
I can highly recommend this item and I would also recommend getting a little dust protector for the nano charger plug if you are nervous about water getting inside your nano when you wash your hands. Do a search on "ipod charger dust cover" if you are interested in feeling extra safe: they are very cheap and can be used with all older iPod/iPhones.
For instance: eforCity Silicone Dock Plug for iPod classic/iPod nano 3G and iPhone (Clear)
or Cbus Wireless Black Headphone Jack with Built-in Sim Card Removal Pin & Data Port / Charger Jack Anti-dust Cover for Apple iPhone 4 / 4G / iPad / iPhone 3G / 3GS
The watch is made out of some rubber like material, but it doesn't get caught in hairs and is soft to the touch. I'm a VERY hairy guy, so that was a concern of mine....so far it hasn't caught any hairs (compared to my citizens watch which leaves me with a bald spot when I wear it constantly).
I've had it for a little under a week and I've used it non stop, very modern looking as a watch.
The fit of the nano on the actual band:::
The iPod hooks up to a hard plastic part of the watch...I was concerned that the iPod would go flying off if I swung my arms too fast, but that is not the case. VERY sturdy design on how the Nano hooks up it, you don't feel it budge at ALL.
I read a review of another user who complained about harsh edges that can get caught in a sweater. I can completely agree. I haven't worn long sleeves with this watch yet, but I can feel the sharpish edges.
All the iPod ports are readily available so you can charge it and sync it without having to remove the watch band. The 30-pin connector and the headphone jack face up your arm, convenient so you can plug in your headphones and hide them through your shirt.
I highly recommend this product.
There are several good points about this wristband that make it obvious that the designers put some thought into creating it. Firstly the wrist band itself is easily removed. The spring pins that hold the bands on have small "handles" that make it easy to use your fingernail to compress the spring and remove the band. The bands can be re-attached to the plate that holds the iPod in either orientation. This lets you quickly adjust the band to be properly aligned for both righties and lefties. This is important because it allows people to to set up the iPod in the proper orientation to have their headphones attached with the wire going up their arm.
Now there are also several downsides. Firstly the plate to which the iPod clips is plastic. It feels fairly sturdy but because of the notch in it that accommodates the spring mechanism of the iPod clip there winds up being a tiny little piece of plastic that holds the whole works together. I'm constantly afraid to put too much strain on this back plate and snap that tiny little piece because of this. It would've been better had this back plate been made of a light weight alloy instead of plastic.
The other downside is the length of the wristband. I'm of Scandinavian descent and fairly stocky. I wear XL gloves and while lean I have substantial wrists and hands. And, this wrist band barely wraps around my wrist. If its humid out I have to use the last hole on the band, and if its dry out then I use the second to last hole. Either way there's barely any length of wristband left to pass through the little loops. And, as a result the wrist band is constantly popping out of the little loop. This would not pose such a big problem for folks with smaller wrists I suppose, but it is an issue for me.
I have primarily decided to use this only when I'm going to the theatre and wish to be able to easily see what time it is in the dark. I set the watch face on my iPod to a rather subdued color scheme that is easy for me to read. Because of the wristband sizing I don't feel like trusting this to hold my iPod while running. I'd rather just clip the iPod to my shirt.
So if you have larger wrists, or believe that you might catch your watch on things frequently I would not recommend this for you. But, if you have smaller wrists and are pretty gentle with your watches then you may find this useful. For me, it's just ok.