Score an extra official Apple Watch Sport Band with all-time low discounts from $18 (Reg. $49)

Amazon is now discounting a selection of Apple Watch sport bands in a variety of colorways and sizes. Of all the different styles we’ll break down below the fold, our top pick is the 45mm Starlight style at $24.99 with free shipping for Prime members or on orders over $25. Normally priced at $49, this is a new low and, like everything else below, is on sale for the first time. Made from soft, breathable, high-performance fluoroelastomer, the official Apple Watch Sport Bands come in a variety of colors to mix up your wearable’s everyday style or refresh an aging option. Already ideal for training and other tasks, there are Nike+ editions also on sale that double up on the fitness-focused design with compression molded holes for added comfort. Check out all the options here, then continue below for more.

Apple Watch Sport Bands On Sale:

If the styles pictured aren’t quite what you’re looking for, be sure to check out our roundup of the best Apple Watch bands. Our guide is full of different offers from $5, with a number of cheaper options to outfit your Apple Watch. And with plenty of different styles, there’s sure to be an option to suit your wardrobe.

Then be sure to check out the all-time lows that went live on the new flagship Apple Watch Ultra. With the best prices yet at $60 off, you can save on all three styles of bands that come with Apple’s most rugged and capable wearable yet, all at the best prices yet from $739.

Apple Watch Sport Band Features:

Made from a custom high-performance fluoroelastomer, the sport band is durable and strong, yet surprisingly soft. The smooth, dense material drapes elegantly around your wrist and feels comfortable against your skin. An innovative pin-and-tuck closure ensures a tight fit. Apple Watch sport band includes 3 bands that can be.

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