spotted this video(guy rocking pink sport band..)

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  1. sahilpatel12 macrumors 6502a

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    Nothing wrong with a male wearing a pink sport band. Wear what you like. It does look pretty good.
     
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    I am actually considering it. Plus I think the silver aluminum goes better with different colors (either from Apple or future third party bands).
     
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    The guy has extremely skinny wrists. The band has gaps because the case is the long. I hope that doesn't happen with me. Can anyone tell if that's the 38 or 42?
     
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    Gets my jimmies rustled why everyone is wearing the band so loose. lol
     
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    That's nothing. Show me a guy rocking the soft pink SS model with the feminine Modern Buckle.
     
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    It is kind of funny that we have a color name for light red. However we don't have a color names for light green or light blue. Now that you know pink is just light red does that make it more acceptable to the testosterone insecure?:D
     
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    Newly added Apple Watch features

    I hope to see a lot of band trading online to trade the wrong size bands we don't need.
     
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    42
     
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    Pink and blue for girls and boys was invented by greeting card companies in the 50's. Before that, pink was often considered a masculine color.
     
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    The video actually is starting to make me consider going for a regular Watch over sport... the watches look much more high-end.
     
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    It was for both sexes... AFAIK

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    I found my father's birth announcement card from 1924. It had a pink border and a pink ribbon. He said it was pink for boys because red is a masculine color, so for baby boys it dilutes to a pink color.

    I think pink looks nice on a guy, just not too much. A watch band is perfect.
     
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    Chartreuse, cyan?
     
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    Um no... Certain colors shouldn't be defined to only one gender. Anyone should feel free to choose whatever color they like whether that be a pink band, black band or even a third party rainbow band :)
     
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    :( where my little pink pony band:eek::D
     

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