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9to5Rewards: Nomad’s Sport Strap for Apple Watch [Giveaway]

This week’s 9to5Rewards partner is Nomad, makers of slick cases and accessories for iPhone, Apple Watch, and more. The company has its Sport Strap for Apple Watch to giveaway to 9to5 readers this week.

Normally retailing for $50, Nomad’s Sport Strap is a great alternative to Apple’s Sport Band. Here’s how Nomad describes its Sport Strap:

The Nomad Sport Strap is molded entirely from durable LSR silicone, a naturally biocompatible, antimicrobial and hypoallergenic material, making for a smooth, safe and comfortable fit around your wrist. The strap’s face spans the width of the watch itself, projecting a rugged yet sharp presence with its smooth chamfers and intricate crosshatch surface.

In our own review, 9to5ToysTrevor described it as the most comfortable Apple Watch Sport Band he’s worn.

I’d describe the entire experience as buttery, which sadly is the best that I can do. It’s the most comfortable Sport Band that I’ve worn to date.

What I love about the option from Nomad is that it brings an entirely different look to your wearable than you’ll typically see. You’re paying more than most third-party bands from Amazon sellers, but getting the return of higher quality materials and a trusted name.

Last week’s winners of our Nodus Access 2 case for iPhone giveaway are @Ehickioya, @URITurfand @iTechniklife. Congrats!


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Michael is an editor for 9to5Mac. Since joining in 2016 he has written more than 3,000 articles including breaking news, reviews, and detailed comparisons and tutorials.