Any small ladies with 44 mm?? Pics?

ssledoux

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Just curious if there are any small ladies out there wearing 44 mm? Do you feel like it looks too big on your arm?

I have the 40, and almost hate to change because of my bands, but my niece just got a 44 mm, and I REALLY like it, but am worried about it on a daily basis; whether I’d think it was just too big.

If you’re small and wearing a 44, do you like it? Would you post a pic of it on your wrist?
 

MisterSavage

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Bought one for my mom. She likes it and has small wrists (no pic). I let her wear mine for a few hours to see if she would be ok with it.
 

Akrapovic

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Woman at work here has a Garmin that’s pretty damn big. She has tiny wrists. Still looks fine IMO. If you have any sort of fitness stuff (which she does), then it looks completely normal.
 

ssledoux

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I’m seriously considering going from 40 to 44, but I was reading through a thread from the fall, and at least one woman said the sport band wouldn’t go small enough to fit her wrist.

Now I’m a bit scared to order one.
 

BK22

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I LOVE my 44. This is the AW5. My wrists are 144mm/5.5" and I am 6 feet tall/female. I tried them both on in the stores and found that the larger one is just a little easier for me to see and operate. I feel like this was the best decision for me and am very happy with my choice. My struggle is actually to find a metal watchband like a Milanese that will be small enough for my wrists.
 
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BK22

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I’m seriously considering going from 40 to 44, but I was reading through a thread from the fall, and at least one woman said the sport band wouldn’t go small enough to fit her wrist.

Now I’m a bit scared to order one.
I was scared about this too, but with my 144mm wrist, I use the silicone sport band from Apple and have one more hole I could tighten it if needed. The bands come with two options for length in every box. There is a S/M and a M/L and in this picture, you can see I chose the S/M option. I don't think Apple does a good job explaining that they actually provide you with both sizes in the box and was scared by posts saying that you automatically get a longer band with the bigger watch. This worked out fine. I also ordered a smaller Silicone band on Amazon just in case but so far haven't needed it.

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tl01

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I’m not a small lady since I’m almost 5’11” but I think my wrists are small for my height. This is the 44 with the small band. I normally wear it on the opposite wrist but I hurt my thumb and am having surgery this week so the other wrist is wrapped up.
 

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