Are there any smaller Apple Watch bands?

Discussion in 'Apple Watch Accessories' started by Tæylor, Mar 16, 2016.

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Which band will fit my tiny wrist?

  1. Modern buckle

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  2. Classic buckle

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  3. Milanese loop

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  4. Sport band

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  1. Tæylor, Mar 16, 2016
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    Tæylor

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    #1
    Hello there,
    I'm looking if there's a smaller band for teh Apple Watch and which band does haz the smallest size?
    Meh wrist size may be 3-5 inches
    Thx
    P.s. I'm getting the space gray or rose gold Apple Watch for my birthday
     
  2. JayLenochiniMac macrumors G5

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    Get the saddle brown classic buckle and wear it like a Double Tour. Should be small enough to fit your 45-78 mm wrist.
     
  3. Tæylor, Mar 16, 2016
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    Great idea! I'll be going to my nearest Apple Store to try on some Apple Watches There
     
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    Ok guys,
    So is there any more ideas if der is a smaller Apple Watch band and the minimum band size? Show me some more!
    Also include links too
     
  5. ladytonya macrumors 6502a

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    I can haz der smaller bandz!

    To answer your question though, no.
     
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    Should you not get your iPhone first? Won't work without it.

    The leather loop will get quite small.
     
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    I'll get a iPhone later
     
  8. BlueMoon63 macrumors 68000

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    Later? The watch won't even work without the iPhone. You will have a watch that doesn't even show the time. Lol
     
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    You can't activate the watch without the phone.
     
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    But I'm going to move out of my iPad soon
    On spring break after teh week that had the Apple special event
     
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    Well ok
    @ladytonya is der any smaller Apple Watch bands? I edited the first message
    And what's the minimum size for the Apple Watch bands?
     
  12. IphoneIssues macrumors 65816

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    The sport bands will probably be small enough.

    Taeylor, behave.
     
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    That's a totally great idea, iPhone issues!
    Thanks for your pleasure!
     
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    Without a phone you will only be able to wear your watch as it will not work what so ever unless paired to a iPhone.

    This thread is so sad.
     
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    I thought that, too. When I saw the band size specified, I wondered if we is talking to kitteh. ;) But I did have tiny wrists when in my 20's.

    It can be challenging to find smaller bands. Options in leather or fabric are the best bet, in my experience with normal watches in the past when I struggled with finding options for a small wrist.
     
  16. Tæylor, Mar 18, 2016
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    Ok grumpy mom, do u have any suggestions of any smaller Apple Watch bands dat will fit 4-6 inch wrists? My wrist may be a little too small for it
    Clue: look at meh profile details

    P.s. I'm getting a Apple Watch and a iPhone as a birthday present
    --- Post Merged, Mar 18, 2016 ---
    Ok guys...
    So plz vote which band will fit my 3-5 inch wrist!
    Here r some suggestions I found! (Some from this thread)
    Plz vote!

    Teh Apple Watch Sport band, classic buckle, modern buckle, or teh Milanese loop!
    Vote above or in first message! Thx

    --- Post Merged, Mar 18, 2016 ---
    im getting TEH  watch for meh birthday
    Also teh...
















    iPhone 6s Plus or iPhone 6s
     
  17. Binarymix macrumors 6502a

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    I wonder why no one has asked the obvious?:

    How can your wrist size be between 3-5"?

    Then you say 4-6".

    I know wrists expand and shrink throughout the day, but I'd hope not by that much!
     
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    I'm a member of the tiny wrist club - my wrist measures 127 MM. The small sport band fits, and the small modern buckle also fits (I tried this on in the store). I ordered my watch with the Milanese loop but it was still a little too big so I ended up wearing a knock off sports band from Amazon until I ordered the OEM Apple Link bracelet. I had to take the link bracelet to my local jeweler and have him remove 4 more links to get it to fit my wrist. I wear the link band and occasionally switch over to my assortment sport bands. Make sure to read the fine print for 3rd party bands so you know how small they are before you spend your money. I've learned that the hard way.

    Cheers,
    Bobbie
     
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    I edited the first message already
     
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    U haz tiny wrists too?! Wow
    Show me off ur Apple Watch bands
     
  22. GrumpyMom macrumors 601

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    My daughter has small wrists. She's 11. I don't know offhand what the best band options for you would be, so I will try to my sport bands on her and get back to you. She's away this weekend so it will be a day or two.

    She tried my stainless steel sport before when she was still 10 and she could wear it, but as I recall it wasn't comfortable. The stainless steel was too heavy on her. The aluminum sport option we bought her aunt was more comfortable.

    Are you turning 11 on your birthday or are you 9 going on 10? The reason I ask is that if you're about to turn 11, you might be in for quite a significant growth spurt in a few months that might make the smaller sport band a really comfortable option. The sport band comes with three pieces, giving you the option of assembling a small sized combo.

    (Would you mind transitioning more toward writing in standard English? We have non-native English speakers on this forum and it would be a courtesy to them if you were to write in standard English. It can be a bit of extra effort for them to try and decipher what you're writing.)
     
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    I'm getting the Apple Watch for my birthday when I go off for spring break or in April as a early birthday present
    Even the iPhone because I'm moving out of my iPad soon and it haz no panorama and even no Live Photos
     
  24. GrumpyMom macrumors 601

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    Which iPhone are you getting?

    I'm thinking of getting the small one that is going to be announced on Monday for my daughter. She's been really careful with my hand-me-down iPhone 5s, but that thing won't hold a charge anymore. It has had other problems as well. Now that I'm using the Plus sized IPhones I can't really give the kids my hand-me down iPhones anymore. I don't know anyone under 15 who wants to carry around a cell phone that big.

    You're very lucky to be getting both a new iPhone and an Apple Watch. My daughter likes my Apple Watch and would like one of her own but she would never really get a chance to wear it because it would spend most of the time in her gym bag during the day. Her school does not permit cell phones except during traveling between sporting events. She's just way too active in sports to wear one. Despite the Apple Watch having a variant named "Sport," it would not survive a typical day on my daughter's wrist.
     

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