Having an Apple watch is quite a fashion
statement. Not only is the watch functional but it can be customized with a
variety of bands. This is great because it makes matching it with outfits a lot
easier. Not everyone wants a plain black or white apple watch band around their
wrist. Thankfully, there a lot of options out there ranging from elegant to
ridiculous. Let’s take a look at some different types of bands.
An apple watch band like this is great for
giving it that classic watch look. Leather goes with a lot of different styles.
It can be paired with a suit, business casual wear, and even something a little
less posh like a polo shirt and jeans.
A leather band will cost anywhere from 14
dollars to even a hundred. It depends on who manufactures the product and who
sells it. Throwing in a cheap 14 dollar one is a great way to increase the
versatility of an Apple watch. This makes it easy to slap on the leather band
when it’s time to go to work or go nail that interview.
Stainless steel metal bands
These are like the typical metal watch bands
found on more luxurious items. These can actually go good when paired with even
more casual clothing like a pair of joggers and a t-shirt. The style is
flexible and pairs with the leather band pretty good.
A good example of a band like this is the one by
Buying a backpack should be easy, but there are
several factors to consider when purchasing a reliable backpack that will last
for years to come. Buying the wrong one will cause frustration, but taking the
time to do a little research first can alleviate that possibility.
The first thing to consider is what your
intended use is to be. Hiking and camping backpacks will differ from those used
for school or work. Having a preliminary budget in mind can also assist with
the process. After those questions are answered, consider the following.
Over-packing can be a problem with a backpacking
pack. Carrying too much in your pack can be a problem for the health of your
back. If you are planning on using your pack for long hikes, overnight camping
or for carrying heavy textbooks, you will want to look for the lightest but
sturdiest pack you can find. You do not want to add any extra weight on top of
the load you will be carrying. It is suggested that you carry no more than 15%
of your body weight.
The next thing to consider is the backpack
construction. Buying one too light might feel better for your back but if it
wears out quickly nothing much has been gained. For heavy loads, look at the
inside frame. Can it carry what you need it to carry? Does the material look
like it will tear easily or will it withstand the amount of use you plan to
administer? Are …