apple watch pride

A little more than a month ago Apple gave a limited-edition rainbow colored Apple Watch band to its employees who marched in San Fransisco’s LGBT Pride parade. With no official release in sight and no worthy alternatives on the market, it seemed the only way to get your hands on one was to pay insane eBay prices. But that’s all changed this morning. Clockwork Synergy, a watch accessory maker based in Maryland, has just launched a Pride version of its Classic NATO Apple Watch band featuring a rainbow design that looks nearly identical to the one Apple gifted its employees. What’s more, both bands are made of nylon.

Clockwork Synergy’s Pride band is available in 38mm/42mm with 2 buckle and 7 adapter color options so you can customize it to fit your style. Its 11 adjustability holes should fit “most wrist sizes.” Better yet, the band is covered under a 1-year warranty in case you happen to run into any issues.

The Clockwork Synergy Pride 2-Piece Classic NATO Bands for Apple Watch are priced at $24.95, but if you use coupon code 9to5mac20 at checkout you’ll knock $4.99 off your order. That brings your total down to just $19.96 with free shipping.

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