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Discussion in 'Apple Watch Accessories' started by Mouse man, Apr 5, 2017.

  1. Mouse man Suspended

    Mouse man

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    magbe this is a dumb question but I just bought the Milanese watch band and will be hitting both universal studios and Disney his summer. Any experience with the band and rides? This won't fall off will it?
     
  2. nicho macrumors 68000

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    unless you have a 42mm watch and teeny tiny child sized wrists (and hands) that make it inappropriately oversized... no. by design the milanese is probably the hardest to "fall off" as its the only one that doesn't separate and remains a closed loop at all times.
     
  3. Dino F macrumors 68020

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    ...personally, if that was me, I would be inclined to wear any strap other than a Milanese - especially if you are going on rides which will 'throw you about' a bit! The Milanese may slip - i.e. the magnet may slip a little as you are on the rides, causing the watch to potentially fall of your wrist....!!

    I'd goe for a traditional watch strap with a traditional buckle, or the Sports straps - no chance of it coming off then, unless the strap/buckle actually breaks.
     
  4. kilcher macrumors 65816

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    If you don't already have a sport band maybe pick one up on eBay for less than $5. I have no experience with the Milanese loop but that's what I do.
     
  5. NukeDuke macrumors member

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    Sport Strap would be ideal for this kind of activity. Especially those good looking new Nike straps!
     
  6. Mouse man thread starter Suspended

    Mouse man

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    I have a few of the nylon and sport straps. I'll switch it or before the trip. Would suck for a hard jerk to lose the watch
     

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