Milanese not attached properly from factory

Discussion in 'Apple Watch' started by Ryxmd, Apr 24, 2015.

  1. Ryxmd macrumors regular

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    I just got my watch with the Milanese loop after wearing it for 30mins, changing settings, and whatnot, I noticed that the top of the band wasn't properly attached to the watch. I was able to slide it around and remove it without pressing the button. I tried to get it to stay locked in but couldn't. I examined the bottom and I was able to attach it and the click almost instantly. I thought it was a defected band but decided to keep trying. I was finally able to get to snap in place with exact precision. I guess it wasn't attached properly from the factory. What are the chances that it get's loose while on your wrist without the button pressed?
     
  2. iEric007 macrumors regular

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    Orange County, California
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    I kinda have the same problem on a 42mm classic buckle.
     

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