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Wiplabs Link bracelet is built just for your Apple Watch

Link is Wiplabs’ beautiful Apple Watch link bracelet crafted from 316L stainless steel alloy with a custom butterfly closure.

It’s the best way to enhance your Apple Watch at a reasonable cost. We filmed an unboxing video to give you a hands-on glimpse at this handsome accessory, which is available now at the Cult of Mac Watch Store.

Your Apple Watch has a new BFF: Link is Wiplabs' beautiful Apple Watch link bracelet.
Tough, durable and sleek.
Photo: Kristal Chan/Cult of Mac

A few of our first impressions:

  • The bracelet is scratch- and corrosion-resistant.
  • It does not pinch at the skin or catch hairs.
  • The “buckle” is easy to use.
  • It’s designed for all-day wear (and great for workouts).
  • Link is breathable yet substantial.
  • The matte black finish looks striking.

Link is made specifically for the Apple Watch and respects the same high standards as Apple. It’s crafted from the same steel alloy as the Apple Watch, making Wiplabs’ design flow seamlessly from your watch to the Link bracelet.

Stainless steel is also cool to the touch and a great heat dissipater. It’s much more comfortable to wear than a rubber sports band.

Link’s design provides breathability and precise sizing to ensure a good fit for accurate fitness measurements.

As if it wasn’t already a perfect pair for Apple’s fitness specs, Link’s 316L stainless steel strap is sweat-, water- and corrosion-resistant, making it great for active wear.

Wiplabs Link: On and off in a flash

Link's butterfly closure functions in one smooth motion.
Link’s butterfly closure functions in one smooth motion.
Photo: Kristal Chan/Cult of Mac

Link doesn’t have a traditional watch strap buckle.

We were pleased to feel first-hand how easy it is to slide this bad boy into place. There’s literally no hassle, which is fantastic considering 316L stainless steel doesn’t make this the lightest band.

It’s substantial, yet Link’s butterfly closure compensates and makes this a breeze to take off and on.

Snag this treasure from our Watch Store, and subscribe to the Cult of Mac YouTube Channel for more hands-on reviews of new tech gadgets!

Wiplabs Link bracelet for Apple Watch is available in Black & Silver. It fits 38mm/40mm and 42mm/44mm Apple Watches. It’s universally sized to fit wrists from 104mm to 205mm.

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Rilee & Lo Apple Watch Band, Black

I love this watch band, it's super comfortable and it fits perfectly.

Very Good Quality Leather Watch Band

The Monowear Classic is a very good quality watch band that gives your Apple Watch a great look for more formal or dress up occasions. My preference is to have a leather band without colored stitching and with a black stainless steel clasp. This band fits that criteria and provides a secure, classic method of attaching to my wrist.

Function101 Button Remote For Apple TV

I wish I could say something about this item but I have not received it. Pity about the money I spent!

Good morning, Thank you for your review. I have checked the process of your order, and the last update from USPS on September 18, states your package is delayed but still on its way, if this doesn’t change by next week please get back in touch by emailing me at adel@cultofmac.com
Many thanks, Adel.

Good second remote

Apple TV will only connect to one Apple remote, I found out after paying $60 for a second one. This remote worked out of the box and I have had no trouble. It allows my wife to have a remote as well.

Good product, but doesn't work as smoothly with every streaming app on Apple TV

It works fine, no problem connecting it to my Apple TV, so there is nothing wrong with the product. I just find myself and my partner still mostly using the apple remote. Maybe just out of habit. it is easier to rewind or fast forward with it on most apps, not on YouTube, but Netflix or appleTV+