So I'm pleased with the design of the new band, but I can’t quite say it’s more comfortable. I still find myself adjusting the band on my wrist throughout the day, because it’s either a little too tight, too loose, or a little sweaty. Also, the magnets jiggle a little sometimes, and they almost feel like I'm getting a haptic notification on my wrist.
I didn’t want to pay $150 for the leather loop, but I just wasn't satisfied with the design of the sports band.
- California State University, SacramentoAmerican Literature, 1985 - 1990
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- MakeUseOf.comStaff Writer, present
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