Note: Juuk’s Velo Apple Watch bands are in production and available for preorder now at Cult of Mac’s Watch Store. They will ship at the end of January, so reserve yours now before this first shipment runs out!
Juuk’s precision-made aluminum Apple Watch bands are always on point. The Velo is the latest style in Juuk’s lineup of amazing steel bands — the Locarno, the Revo, the Ligero and the Vitero — and is decidedly different in design from its predecessors. Redesigned and reengineered from the ground up, the Velo Apple Watch band features a three-row link design.
This beautiful band comes in five different finishes — Midnight, Obsidian, Silver, Ruby and Cosmic Grey. Check out Juuk’s latest lineup below and reserve one by preordering now for delivery at the end of January.
Classic, redefined Apple Watch bands
Like its Juuk predecessors, the Velo band for Apple Watch is made of 6000 series hard-anodized aluminum. As they did with the sporty Vitero, Juuk reengineered the link profile for the Velo by adding a subtle taper. The result is a beautifully smooth curvature around the wrist that a flat link simply cannot achieve — most brands don’t bother doing this, and the majority of three-row bracelets are usually just flat links.
“We go to great lengths to make everything perfect,” said Eugene Ho, Juuk’s founder. “We feel that as a fashion accessory, it is better to just look right or it will look cheap.”
Engineered down to the last detail, the Velo comes with a tool to make any size adjustments very easy right out of the box.
It has a solid 316L stainless steel double push-button butterfly deployment buckle, and fits wrists sizes up to 208mm (8.19 inches). Check out the entire new Velo collection: Midnight, Obsidian, Silver, Ruby and Cosmic Grey.
Available for 42 mm Apple Watch. Preorder now from Watch Store for shipment at the end of January.
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