Review: BELONGME 38mm Apple Watch Band

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Appleosophy | Review: BELONGME 38mm Apple Watch Band
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During the last three years, I have been using a Fullmosa watchband on my 38mm Apple Watch Series 1 that has a tan color to it. After three years of wear-and-tear, it was time for a replacement.

The main issue with the Fullmosa one was that it had begun to rip in an area that made me concerned about how much longer I could use it before it broke completely.

Eventually, I got to the point where I looked and looked for a new watchband that would work for me, and that is where I found the BELONGME watchband.

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During my first few days of using it, the only issue that I had was that I had to create a new hole on the band because my wrists are skinny and thin. It was a hassle, but a good one because it showed me that the build quality (if you want to call it that) is pretty good for a watchband that is only $15.

While actually using the watchband, I can say that it feels nice on my wrist and with the new hole in it, it does not slide up-and-down my wrist.

As for the looks of it, it does have a premium look to it without that premium price, which I believe is what the majority of Apple Watch users are looking for in a watchband.

Another issue that I have seen so far is that the pin that goes into the holes on the watchband sometimes goes through the buckle. It’s a simple fix to push it back through the buckle and get it back to how it should look and function.

Other than that, this is a pretty easy-to-use and premium-looking Apple Watch band that will do what it needs to do, while making you look professional and casual too. It gets 3/4 stars in my book.

Rating: 3/4 stars

David Becker
Author: David Becker

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