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Discussion in 'Apple Watch' started by r12345, Dec 13, 2016.
I'm allergic to nickel. Any suggestions for bands? Thank you.
You can paint over the back side of the pin on the sports band with clear nail polish. The leather loop doesn't have any metal touching your skin either.
If you splurge, you can get the ceramic model, which (I believe) comes with a ceramic pin in its sports band.
Also, in case nobody told you already, the best watch colors for you should be plain silver aluminum, gold aluminum, and polished steel (apart from the pricier ceramic and now-discontinued 18k gold models). The rose gold aluminum, space gray aluminum, and black-coated steel use nickel in the coloring process, according to Apple (at last that's what I remember).
Do items made from 316L stainless steel normally cause a reaction?
I would go with the leather loop.
I'm a runner so I've asked for the Nike silver aluminum watch. I would like a second band for when I don't want it to be so casual.
I do react to most watches and costume jewelry. I have a Movado with a stainless steel band that I'm fine with.
Since your Movado doesn't bother you I would suggest waiting and seeing if it bothers your skin because it might not.
Perhaps. Being every metal is a different composition.