I undo one of the band sides from the socket and then keep it draped across my Apple Watch box and have the puck under it. Don't have a picture as I am at work; I do use the sport strap to do the same thing which works easier as it is lighter. If I leave the puck on and both bands on the magnet sorta sticks to everything and every link it can come close to.I'm trying to understand the geometry of charging an Apple Watch with a Milanese loop. Do you stick the puck between the strap and the base so that they form a sandwich? Do you take the strap off? How do you do it?!
You could close the band before placing the watch on the stand, so that the ends don't hang down (although I'd find that too much of a hassle).That's a good question, but doesn't the loop hang awkwardly from such stands? It's basically a metal chain.
Plus I haven't seen many stands I like, and certainly not ones easily available in the UK.
Doesn't it turn into a magnetic mess? And aren't you worried about the metal base of the charger scratching the strap?The loop is flexible. Put the puck under the watch as normal and just set it down. The loop will move to the right shape.
Some good tips: thanks. I see there's a few stands on Amazon UK: I'll have a look around.Amazon UK[/url]
If it will give you, personally, greater pleasure in daily useWhy spend extra money on a stand when the original box does the job?