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Get this gorgeous calfskin Apple Watch band for less than $10

If you got an Apple Watch for Christmas, or even if you already had one — congratulations on owning one of the best smartwatches! Now, it’s time to up your band game (aka your Apple Watch strap). For a limited time, you can get the Speidel Square Tip Oiled Leather Band for Apple Watch for just $9.89 in the Cult of Mac Store. That’s 70% off the regular price!

If you own an Apple Watch, you know how easy it is to switch bands. It takes about five seconds. Having a band for every occasion is part of the fun of an Apple Watch. Silicone, nylon, leather, metal mesh — you can change things up on a dime.

And with Speidel’s Square Tip Oiled Leather Band, made from genuine calfskin leather, you will have a classy and comfortable accessory for every occasion.

Calfskin Apple Watch band

When you can get a soft, durable, calfskin leather band like this for less than $10, it’s time to upgrade. This Apple Watch band is timeless, dependable and comfortable, with a nubuck lining and quality stitching.

Speidel watch bands are known for their durability and easygoing style. With 100 years of experience, the company knows how to build leather bands that last.

Compatibility: The Square Tip Oiled Leather Band is compatible with Apple Watch series 1 through 7.

Traditional style: You can’t go wrong with classic leather — especially soft, supple calfskin leather. Choose from one of Speidel’s several color combinations to suit your personal style.

All sizes and great colors: Comes in sizes 38mm/41mm and 42mm/45mm and in colors honey, black and brown with either silver or black adapters and buckles. The total length of the band is 7.3 inches to 7.7 inches.

Price: $32.95 $9.89

Where to buy: Cult of Mac Store

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