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Juuk Vitero Cerulean Apple Watch Band

by Juuk
$149.00

Inspired by race cars, Juuk’s Vitero band looks, feels and performs like no other Apple Watch band on the market — or any watch band for that matter.

The Vitero bands are milled from 6000 series aluminum; a hard-anodized, high-grade alloy that is as lightweight and durable as the Apple Watch itself.

The Vitero features tapered links are engineered to fold smoothly around your wrist. Due to its unique Y-shape, the band is much more supple than it looks. It fits all generations of the Apple Watch.

All bands come with a tool for easy link removal.

Sizing 

The 38/ 40 mm version fits wrists up to 189mm (7.44 inches), while the 42/ 44 mm size fits wrists up to 217mm (8.54 inches).

About Juuk

The Vitero is made in Hong Kong by Juuk Design, which makes bands for several high-end Swiss watch brands. 


Read our review here

NOTE: Currently, all gray aluminum bands (Ligero, Velo, Qrono and Vitero) are color-tuned to the Series 0-5 so far, and will be a lighter shade against the new Series 6 grey color.

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Looks cool!

I purchased the sand pink color for my bedroom to go along with my decor . I have the IPhone 12 Pro Max with the MagSafe clear case and with the MagSafe charger inside the stand it looks so cool and is very practical to view your phone from the bed. I definitely recommend this product if you have the proper equipment. 👍👍

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Simple to assemble and useful

I use it for my iPad Pro and so it is more comfortable to work with it as a laptop. I hope that the durability and resistance of this item will be prolonged in time. Recommendable.

Airpower - reimagined

Gorgeous and functional- meets and exceeds my expectations - form is function